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Previous Delivery Of Baby Over Nine Pounds
Hi...Im 4 half of month pregnant hving 10year baby first one was cesarean can I expect normal delivery?
Circumstances: Please let us know more about you and the conditions of your cesarean because they affect your risk...Your bmi, reason for cesarean, type of scar, history of other surgeries, ethnicity, etc. Sometimes some hospitals don't allow women with a single cesarean to have vaginal birth and say they need repeat cesareans. Check with yours. ...Read more
Our first daughter was born 8 weeks premature 7 years ago. What are the chances of having another premature birth?
Mother is obese52 lb weight gain, has GD, Pre-eclampsia, male infant, EFA at 35W4D, 8lbs. Fundal height 4 weeks ahead. C-section or vaginal??
Premature baby: The survival rate for your baby depends on many factors concerning your babies health and condition. You should ask this question to your pediatrician who can give your the best information. ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant today. Measuring "low amniotic fluid". Baby is measuring 5 pounds, likelihood of complications of delivered now? Induction? C-sec?
Depends: Depends on how low the AFI (amniotic fluid index) is and how compliant you are with NSTs. You should be resting on your left side, getting NSTs and maybe even biophysical profiles. If a smoker, stop immediately. Your fluid may rebound if you follow this plan. At 34 weeks there is about 5% chance of long term newborn complications and the c section risk depends again on how low the fluid is. ...Read more
5 months?: Obstetricians deal in weeks, not months. Assuming you mean 21-22 weeks, the expected fetal weight should be around 300-500 grams. Please specify question parameters if you need more details. ...Read more
I am a healthy 32 years old. I have a history of two misscarriages and one premature infant at 32 weeks whodied from complications of congenital hemangioma at the base of skull and ruptured vasa previa. What are the odds of me having a healthy baby?
Don't Give Up!: You should get the advice of 2 specialists: a fertility specialist to check if you have any antibodies, coagulation disorders, hormone problems, fibroids, etc that are complicating your pregnancies. Just in case, you should consider consulting with a geneticist (it would really help if the miscarriages were genetically tested). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
36 weeks pregnant w/twins, have been on bed rest for 10 wks. The wt of babies last wk was 5.6lbsand 6 lbs. If induced at this stage will babies be ok?
Define OK ??: If your question is primarily that of survival, outlook is good.However, at 36 wks there is a 50% risk of premature lung disease, more for male infants than female.Successful treatment is the usual outcome at this stage, but the longer you can stay pregnant, the better your chances of avoiding neonatal intensive care for the babies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What normal weight/height gain for 7 months premature baby boy who born at birth 1.67 kg and height at 41 cm. Breastfeeding and now 3.5 months old. ?
Needs more calories: You haven't mentioned how premature was your baby,but my guess he was born at 31-32 weeks gestation,at 1.67 kgs,now at age 7 months he is 3.5 kgs,doubled his birth weight,but still needs more,hope his other developmental milestones are fine.Usually premature babies catch up with normal growth after 2-3 months,I am afraid breastfeeding alone isn't enough,he needs more nutrition,see his doctor ...Read more
Mom is 5'4 gave birth to a 5.10 pds baby. Mom Gained roughly 22 pds. Is baby in danger to any probs bc of low birth weight? He looks VERY tiny
Good: Nowadays the survival rate is quite good(don't remember the exact percentage, but it is high. ...Read more
I've had two pregnancies that ended in which both babies heart just stopped beating one at 23 weeks one at 27 weeks. Im 10wks pregnant now will this repeat?
Not necessarily: You most probably would have an another preterm baby, because the probability with having two prior preterm deliveries is getting higher. But it is not necessarily that the cause of preterm delivery would be the heart issues, unless you have a family history of it, or prior babies had the inherited heart diseases. You have to have a close follow up with your obstetrician anyway for that reason. ...Read more
24 weeks pregnant and haven't gained weight rather i've lost 2kg from my pre pregnancy weight, doctors says the baby is growing at normal rate. normal?
Yes: but make sure you eat correctly and avoid too much weight loss. Through the course of your pregnancy you will increase your weight. Please note that a growing baby needs lots of energy and if he/she does not have enough through the nutrients you give, he/she will resort to using your supplies.. so please eat healthy but enough for both of you. ...Read more
Is C-section necsisary for 4th baby after 3rd was shoulder dystocia delivery? All perv were vaginal. All less than 8 lbs., no diabetes or obesity in
It will be offered: Since the recurrence rate of shoulder dystocia is relatively high and the consequences can be grave, a c-section should be offered or even highly recommended to you. You must weigh all options and make the best decision for you and your baby in conjunction with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
9weeks pregnant ultrasound shows twins. One baby healthy with heartbeat. Other baby stopped growing at 7weeks. Is this dangerous for the healthy baby?
Yes: The baby will travel quite well at this age. The obvious issues involve more than just travel. It is important to limit babies contact with sources of infection/flu/colds & the like. Traveling with the baby on the inside, telling the curious that babies trying to nap, etc. Can help limit chance of illness. Try to maintain a feed/sleep pattern similar to the one you have at home. ...Read more
See below: This is quite variable. On average, the child should double their birth weight by 6 months of age and triple it by 12 months. ...Read more
Suffered frm rupture at the fundus at 24 weeks, had to deliver my baby thro c section. What are my future chances for a normal pregnancy. ?
Pregnancy: After ruptured uterus, I am sorry for what happened to yourself, it depends on the site and extent of the rupture, and how it healed, you can still conceive and probably have an uneventful pregnancy, but you need to be under close obstetric supervision all through, with high risk obstetrician, (maternal fetal medicine specialist), and delivery would most probably be elective C. Section, good luck ...Read more
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