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Maybe!: Many painting products are toxic and can potentially cause harm. Painting in a home is likely better left to other non-pregnant people. If you must, use of a mask during painting is suggested. Be sure the room is well ventilated during and after painting, and if possible use low-fume and rapid drying materials. Also, be sure to avoid direct skin contact with the paint as much as possible. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Can you have a a EKG done on unborn baby while pregnant? Will it tell you the baby's heart rate or yours?
After birth: Sense of hearing works after birth.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Yes. You can breastfeed your infant no matter what the age of prematurity. Sometimes higher calories are needed for increasing weight when only limited amounts of feedings are tolerated. You can add calories to the breast milk as well if needed. Consult your pediatrician and neonatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can my pregnant sister's doctor detect herbal inducers? She is a teen mother, 6 months pregnant and having contractions. She didn't want the pregnancy
Unlikely,but: If there is any indication from her actions that she tried to abort the pregnancy at this stage the attending physicians will refer to child & family services that will investigate her and the family. This one attempt could end up keeping cps in her life forever. If she triggers a delivery they may charge her with felony child endangerment. ...Read more
This medication ..: is not recommended in pregnancy. But if you have been taking it already for the first 21 weeks, your doctor must have felt the benefits outweighed the risks in your particular situation. Placenta previa is a complex complication, and only your obstetrician, perhaps in consultation with your other doctors/therapists, can properly answer this question for you. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Im 33 weeks pregnant doctor told me that maybe they will deliver me early because baby receive blood flow up .I will deliver vaginal or C-section ?
More than likely : Caesarian section. Best to discuss this with your obstetrician who knows your medical history best. Good luck ...Read more
Best to treast: Most doctors, especially if you are preterm, would wish to treat the BV to help prevent preterm birth. If you were to have BV during delivery it wouldn't likely cause any harm (so long as not group beta streptococcus which is something your doctor likely tested/will test you for at 35-36 weeks). Bv is typically normal vaginal flora (bacteria) that's grown out of proportion to the lactobaccili. ...Read more
They did a ob sonovaginal i'm 9 weeks pregnant they didn't see the heart beat but they told me to wait, that's it mean ill miscarriage?
No: Newborns born to diabetic mothers are at higher risk to develop respiratory distress syndrome especially when delivered before full-term. Please be aware that estimation of due date has a margin of error of 1-2 weeks. ...Read more
After 2 miscarriages, will she always miscarry or it possible she could still carry a baby to full term?
Miscarriage: The cause of most miscarriages is a chromosomal abnormality in the fetus. One in five pregnancies ends in miscarriage. The chance of another miscarriage after two miscarriages isn't any higher. The odds are still in your favor that the fetus will be normal. However, sometimes parents carry a chromosomal re-arrangement which increases the risk of a miscarriage. Talk to your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends.: This is personal choice and depends on the genetic make-up of the baby, the presence of other anomalies and the severity of the cardiac defect(s). Genetic counseling and pediatric cardiology consultation are essential! http://www.Heart.Org/heartorg/conditions/congenitalheartdefects/aboutcongenitalheartdefects/about-congenital-heart-defects_ucm_001217_article.Jsp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
7 week pregnant. Doctor suspects ectopic since they can't see baby on ultrasound yet. How late can an ectopic take to show symptoms? When am I safe?
How accurate is the: 7 week date? Do you have regular periods, is it based on an OPK or a trigger injection? If your EGA is accurate at 7 weeks you can 99% assume ectopic pregnancy if the uterus is empty on TVUS. If your EGA dates are off by a week or more, it's harder to say. Ectopics should not be diagnosed by symptoms: when symptoms appear the mother is already in danger, you need to be followed closely. ...Read more
If a woman becomes pregnant can she still get her biometric fingerprints done or will it affect the unborn fetus?
Yes: You can get it done. It should have no effect on fetus. ...Read more
If your baby already weighs 6 pounds and 10 ounces at 36 weeks pregnant, does this mean you're going to have a big baby by the time you give birth?
Maybe...: If that weight estimate was done by sono, you need to know that sonos done near term are not very accurate at guessing weight. If it is a correct estimate, you could be looking at an 8+ lb. Baby at delivery if fetal growth continues at the same rate. ...Read more
Close monitoring : Triplets must be monitored very carefully. You should be a seeing an obgyn with experience dealing with multiples. Cervical length by ultrasound can be done serially. Fetal fibronectin can be done to help predict the risk for preterm labor. Choose and experienced doctor to guide you through the process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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