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Problem With Pregnancy
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
She is already 34 (No Health concerns) , would she have problems in pregnancy if we try for a baby in the next 2 to 3 years?
I have problems with pregnancy, had 2 losts this year, the 1st had to be removed and the 2nd is in course. I'll get a procedure. What can be wrong?
Not enough info : You have not provided enough information. We would need to know why you lost the first and what procedure you are requiring. ...Read more
Hormones and size: The hormones of pregnancy as well as the growing uterus can make you feel short of breath. The breaths you take are more shallow and more frequent so it feels like you are short of breath. In fact, you are getting enough air. Even a very fit woman will feel short of breath after climbing up stairs. If you really are breathing fast and not getting enough air while resting, that is not normal. ...Read more
Too non specific a ?: If you are in good health u can prevent a lot of things but no one can predict the future obviously you will want to make sure the chromosomes are normal, u can discuss with your OB what testing would be involved before u get preg and get a general physical before u get preg to make sure u have no undiagnosed problems like elevated BP , etc. ...Read more
Slow deep breaths: Hyperventilation in pregnancy is quite common and usually due to the elevated Progesterone levels normal in pregnancy. This is called "air hunger of pregnancy", and can lead to anxiety and eventually to hyperventilation. You should see your OB doctor to be certain that there is no other problem involved. If the symptoms are due only to air hunger of pregnancy - you have to control it yourself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Class B: Animal studies showed no risk, but controlled 1st trimester human studies are not available. There is no evidence of 2nd or 3rd trimester risk and fetal harm is possible but unlikely. ...Read more
I and my wife has the same blood (that is A+) group. Will there a problem with pregnancy or in child ?
I smoked 1 cigarette daily for a year and due to cough i quit a week back. I'm planning for a baby early next year will it be a problem for pregnancy?
Hearing loss: Anytime you have a hearing loss you are not hearing words and sounds as well as you could be. You may be asking folks to repeat themselves often or you may find that you have to concentrate more or look at people more than you used to when they are talking to you. Try a dial tone on the phone, does it sound the same in both ears? See an ear nose and throat doc and they can check it. ...Read more
No: Not usually a concern.Get a more detailed answer ›
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