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Pregnant Eat Chicken Heart
Yes.yes.yes.: Eating too much of anything can cause long term problems, although I do not see any acute problems in the short term. Of course, this is all a matter of degree....Everything in moderation. ...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
16wks pregnant frequent heart Flutters all day..worse after I eat..tests were all normal..I'm scared to death of these what can I do to lessen them??
Tests were normal: You state that your tests are normal. Assuming you mean that you have had your heart evaluated (EKG, echocardiogram) and that these test are normal then it does not seem like there is a reason to be scared to death. If you had this problem by your doctor already then you are doing the right thing. If you doubt there assessment then you can always get a second opinion ...Read more
Heart racing I have been having strange heart sensations. After i eat, my heart starts pounding and i can feel/hear it a lot. For example, this evening i ate about 500 calories worth of chicken, rice and some indian sauce with it (it wasn't hot or anythin
Heart : Heart palpitations can be caused by a number of things. It depends on your age, low long it lasts, whether you get dizzy or chest pain with it, along with your other risk factors. It can be related to anxiety, heart disease, thyroid disease, vasal vagal reaction or other metabolic conditions. I think it may be wise to see your family doctor, especially since it's bothersome to you. ...Read more
I have been having tender nipples, two days ago i was cramping on the left ovary, upset stomach and horrible heart burns when i eat...also dizzy spells sometimes, had period march 29 im e regular...can i be pregnant?
Hard to tell...: It can be hard to tell if a woman is pregnant because some of the symptoms seen in early pregnancy can also happen in non-pregnant women. A urine pregnancy test gives a reliable result if done correctly. One can test about 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. An Ob-Gyn doctor can evaluate any persistent or worrisome symptoms. ...Read more
?: Not sure what you are asking. If it is a med, make sure doc knows you are pregnant. ...Read more
Yes: Overall, yes. Blood volume in pregnancy increases significantly, and the heart needs to work more to pump it. Fortunately, the cardiovascular system adjusts very well to this greater demand and most women don't develop heart issues while pregnant. Women with previous heart disease, however, are at higher risk; there are also some rare but serious pregnancy-associated cardiac complications. ...Read more
There are several reasons to explain this common occurrence. Anemia is common and it means you have less oxygen in your blood. Because your oxygen needs have stayed the same or possibly increased, you body is going to ask your heart to work harder to make up for the lower oxygen (really hemoglobin).
Another reason I have found is low magnesium. Consider 200-400mg of magnesium glycinate. ...Read more
Impossible: Nope. Absolutely not. I do not believe you can 'feel' your baby's heart beat at any gestational age. ...Read more
Variable : But faster than when you're not pregnant. A resting rate of 80-100 wouldn't be unusual and it will tend to go faster with less exertion. You're moving blood for two! ...Read more
Yes: At that stage of pregnency it in the high-normal range. ...Read more
Is there a possibility of me doing something that gives my baby a heart murmur while i'm pregnant?
Yes: If by heart murmur you mean a heart defect (they are not synonymous though), yes. There are certain medications that are associated with heart defects (even taking Aspirin can be dangerous) and alcohol or smoking can be a problem. Discuss with your doctor behaviors during pregnancy that can be harmful to your baby. ...Read more
Is it possible for a woman to have a heart attack, then later get pregnant and have a healthy baby?
Im 5 months pregnant and I have severe migranes and my heart beats really fast, what's wrong with me?
I was on adrenolitika for an increased heart rate. I'm now pregnant can I continue taking it as my heart rate has now increased even more?
Check: Check with your OB. They could tell you. Not sure with this. ...Read more
What to do if i was pregnant with a baby who had this disease and it led to heart failure before he was born. Anybody know anything about it?
Hydrops: It sounds like you are describing a condition called hydrous fetalis which is "heart failure" in a baby before it is born. There are many potential causes including congenital infections, severe fetal anemia due to either infection or maternal fetal blood type incompatibility, low heart rate or very fast heart rate, or other causes. These problems may or may not recur in future pregnancies. ...Read more
Im pregnant I heard the babys heart beat at 8 weeks now I'm 11 weeks and I just don't feel pregnant I haven't had morning sickness since last week?
I'm 6wks pregnant, and wear a Fitbit. I have noticed my heart rate drop from 70 to 66 over the last 3 days. Should i be worried? Shouldn't it increase
CO likely slowly ↑: but Cardiac Output is not just heart rate but a product of stroke volume x heart rate. Stroke volume is primarily determined by body water volume + autonomic control of (a) venous tone, both determining blood return to heart, thus heart filling (average & momentary adjustments) & of (b) intensity of contraction (~20-30 times/second) of each & every heart beat. Fitbit low-tech, Hi-Tech inside. ...Read more
What is a growth scan for in pregnancy? Will they check my baby's heart? I wanna know the heart rate! What will they measure in this scan? I'm 34weeks
Growth scan: A growth scan is an ultrasound to see that the baby is growing appropriately. They will take various measurements from which they will compare to those from a previous ultrasound to be sure they have grown enough and not too much. The baby's heart beat should be checked at each visit and you can ask what it is even without a scan. It should vary just as yours does. Hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
3, 5 months pregnant. Just had an anxiety attack. My heart is still racing. Is this normal? How can I avoid it or at least treat it when happens? Thnks
Seek help: There are many reasons for anxiety attacks, such as medical conditions, fears about your pregnancy, social stresses, and insomnia, just to name a few. It's best to speak with your ob, who can suggest treatments that are safe during pregnancy. If the anxiety attacks continue, it would be good to seek a consultation from a psychiatrist. Hope this answer helps. ...Read more
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