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Presure In The Uters Can I Be Pregnant
MAYBE, MAYBE NOT:
'pressure in uterus' could be many things because location is midline pelvic in origin. Of course you can take a home pregnancy test if you are more than 1 week late on period (should be postive by then). A bladder infection (UTI) or bowel problem such as constipation can cause 'pelvic pressure', too.
Severe right lower abdomen pain could be appendicitis or ovary problem. Hope you are better. ...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
My wife is not feeling well, she is 5th month pregnent, blood presure is 85/55, pluse is 80. What I've to do?
32 centimeters: The fundal height is measured from the top of the pubic bone to the top of the uterus. At about 20 weeks gestation the top of the uterus is typically 20 centimeters above the pubis - and from that time until about 34 weeks the uterus will grow at about one centimeter each week. By 32 weeks the uterus should measure about 32 centimeters above the pubis. ...Read more
Pregnancy concern: There are 2 point I have to address here. First one some women have high blood pressure during pregnancy. It is controlled with medications and usually it goes away after delivery. Second point usually delivery is at 40 weeks. So if the delivery is delayed you should consult your gynecologist ASAP to see what's the problem for the delay ...Read more
See below: Your uterus will be in the middle of your abdomen/pelvis about half way between your pubic bone and belly button. By 20 weeks it will be at the level of your belly button. After 20 weeks your doctor will use a tape measure to measure the height of the uterus. This measurement will usually be as many centimeters as you're weeks plus or minus two. Example at 24 weeks your uterus will be 22-26 cm. ...Read more
Preterm labor: Uterine didelphys is a term used to describe a uterus that has developed into a "heart-shaped" or "walled" cavity with a mid-line division. This irregularity means that a pregnancy will implant in one side and will not have the entire uterine cavity to develop. Smaller room for the baby increases the risk for premature labor. ...Read more
DID you ask your: Ob if he or she was concerne, that would be the 1st thing to do because if your doc is not then you should not, and I assume u mean measures 31 cm, which is a rough estimate weeks should correlate with size in cm if it continues to become a wider difference then your OB can do another ultrasound (all my pts always get an us at 34-36 weeks no matter what) to check size and amount of amniotic fluid. ...Read more
Possibly: If you're concerned that you might be pregnant, take a test. If you've missed your period, that's a great time to take a test. If you haven't missed your period, then maybe wait until you do. Over the counter tests are very accurate. ...Read more
None!: A retroverted uterus is one that's tilted towards your back, rather than your abdomen; it occurs in 20% of women and does not have symptoms, RARELY associated with discomfort. It can't be prevented and there's no need to treat b/c it won't affect your fertility/ability to continue a pregnancy/have a vaginal delivery. It can only be a problem if caused by past surgeries/endometriosis, otherwise OK. ...Read more
Yes: If pain persist I would recommend to see ob/gyne physiscian. ...Read more
WHY DO DO YOU WANT: Why do you want that when you are pregnant, you can do it after you deliver the baby. Fallopian tubes can be ties/ligated but not the uterus. ...Read more
Contracting Uterus: Your uterus contracts at other times such as during your period and during intercourse. Best wishes! ...Read more
Menses: Normal function of the uterus is to build up a lining each month in preparation for pregnancy. If don't get pregnant, the lining sheds, by bleeding, and process starts all over again. As we get older, process may not function so smoothly; menses may become irregular as well as the shedding process. So it is not unusual to have blood in the uterus. Other causes: polyps, fibroids, etc. Can cause. ...Read more
? fibroid: I presume you have a uterine fibroid, a common benign muscle tumor. Sometimes people call them fibroid cysts (fluid filled), though they are usually solid muscle. If I am right-nothing needs to be done. Fetal growth needs to be monitored with ultrasound and vaginal delivery is usually acceptable. ...Read more
Alter position/deliv: The location of fibroids can have several effects during pregnancy.The fetus can assume an altered position where a feature like the face or body parts will show transient distortions. (smushed appearance,) it can also prevent the baby from settling in a head or bottom down position & lead to a surgical delivery. ...Read more
Direction?: I haven't heard that term used to describe a uterus. Maybe the person that said that to you was speaking about the direction of your uterus? Uteruses (uteri) can be tipped forward, anteverted; not tipped at all or straight; or tipped backward (retroverted). Maybe that was what they were referring to? All variations of the tilt or tip of a uterus are normal, by the way. ...Read more
I m 19 wk pregnant after ICSI, my dr think I hve slightly t-shaped uterus but she is NT sure, is dis still to worry while in 19 wk? On which week this can cause problem for me? Any remedy?
See specialist: Consider seeing an MFM (maternal fetal medicine) specialist. They can take more detailed look via ultrasound and make recommendations if they think you are at risk for preterm labor. After delivery and postpartum period, consider a hysterosalpingogram (x-ray study of uterus and tubes) or MRI. Your reproductive specialist can schedule these. Ask your OB to get records from your infertility dr. ...Read more