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Remedies For Short Labor
If I have fast pregnancies, is it possible to schedule induced labor to reduce complications from precipitous delivery.
Sure - talk to OBGYN: Precipitous labor and deliveries in your past make the request for elective labor induction at 39-40 weeks completely reasonable and legitimate. Talk to your obstetrician to see if that can be arranged; if not, seek second opinion. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cesarean section!: C/s is the most commonly used life-saving procedure in our modern world; it cures obstructed/difficult labor and is associated with excellent outcomes in good centers, provided it is not repeated more than twice. ...Read more
If a woman during the labor transmit the HCV to the child, is there any therapy treatment for the child?
Preterm labor: To evaluate a patient for premature labor, it is essential to monitor uterine contractions and fetal heart beat. An early cervical examination and a follow up cervical examination will tell if there has been cervical change. Cervical change is a hallmark of premature labor. If there is cervical change, then treatment can be started. ...Read more
Unfortunately none: Your best bet is to keep active and take walks. Talk to you obstetrician and if you are seeing a midwife, you might want to consult with an obstetrician now. Your obstetrician can induce labor medically if desired. The risk of fetal harm increases a lot after 42 weeks. ...Read more
Is garlic washing a natural and effective option for group b strep treatment in labor for home birth?
I have had bv and yeast infection haven't started any treatment yet. Can this cause stillborn or early labor? 26weeks pregnant
Take the treatment: Knowing you are pregnant, your doctor would not have prescribed treatment unless s/he believed it would be safe for the pregnancy and your baby. In fact, the opposite is true: BV itself risks premature labor and other complications. Take the treatment as prescribed, or all your doctor if you still have questions about it. ...Read more
30 weeks pregnant high risk for preterm labor and have been put on strict bed rest. Can I use at home treatment for a yeast infection?
Call your Doctor: You are 30 weeks and high risk, you need to be comfortable sending any and all questions to your doctor or midwife. This is a good question here but a risk this is not yeast. Any uncertainty is unacceptable in your situation. If anyone at the other end of the phone acts annoyed with your questions that is their problem, not yours. Call all questions in to your provider from here on out! good luck. ...Read more
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