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Salvia Effects In First Trimester Of Pregnancy
Safety First: If you can tough it out less is more in this case. Home remedies like ginger, ginger snaps, and ginger tea work well. Also try an acupressure band for motion sickness. If the nausea and possible vomiting that follows is unbearable and weight loss is a problem, you need to talk to your provider about other prescription medications that may be useful and possible testing for a cause if necessary. ...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
Ok: There is no evidence demonstrating harm to a developing fetus. Discuss with your prescribing physician. ...Read more
Drinking mineral water during first trimester of pregnacy. To releive vomiting. Is good or badfor baby. My gyn appointment is in a couple of days.
Mineral water: Mineral water should not affect the baby in any way, but as long as it contros your vomiting it is beneficial. ...Read more
If accuracy of scans r supposed to be excellent in 1st trimester, particularly at 8-10 weeks gestation, then why is there an error margin of +/- 7dys?
Math: There is a margin of error in everything is life. In sonography the margin exists because of the mathematics involved in measuring a fetus and then applying those measurement to standardized algorithms that establish the gestational age. The further along the wider the margin or error as one fetus begins to individualize. ...Read more
Can 1st trimester u/s be off 3 weeks in gestational age and in conception? (1st trimester) even if they have been pretty consistent in the pregnany
What to expect...: Its not possible to tell you everything about the first trimester of pregnancy in such a short space. I would recommend a book for you called "What to expect when you are expecting." http://www. Amazon. Com/What-Expect-Youre-Expecting-Edition/dp/0761148574 You will find all the information you need. Best wishes! ...Read more
Not many: I tell my patients that as long as they are not bleeding they can continue all exercises they were doing prior to pregnancy. It's important to stay hydrated throughout the workout. You obviously wouldn't want to be involved in any exercises that can cause trauma to your abdomen. ...Read more
Yes: It's common. Spotting and light bleeding can be normal. If it's heavy like a period follow up with an ultrasound. This condition is called a threatened abortion ...Read more
Not sure: I am not sure I understand the question. Palpitations can occur at specific times such as late at night when you are lying down. Or they can occur after drinking coffee or alcohol. In some cases they are more common during or after exercise. Sometimes the timing helps us in treatment. (if they always occur after alcohol for instance). Then you could mean how long they last, (momentary or hours). ...Read more
Yes: You should be able to continue your usual physical activity. Make sure you have proper prenatal care with your obstetrician. Take care! ...Read more
Yes: Fruit is a healthy alternative to all the bad choices we have available to us in terms of food consumption. ...Read more
Yes: And they are probably good for you. Anyone telling you otherwise is trying to sell you something worthless and making something that's already difficult even more so. And congratulations on the likelihood of your being a mother. Good luck. ...Read more
Talk to provider: This is a supplement, not an fda regulated substance so much is unknown. It is supposed to come from cow liver fat & rarely some supplements can be contaminated. Yet it may be perfectly safe as a 'natural anti-histamine'. But the point is, in pregnancy always turn to your care provider to keep you & baby safe, not a column. Wise question. ...Read more
Yes: Most airlines allow travel up to 36 weeks. Some doctors prefer patients to stop traveling a few weeks earlier. ...Read more
Over 100 genes: It is now possible to test for over 100 serious recessive genes with a single saliva test. These would only be a problem for your pregnancy if you and your partner carry the same recessive gene. The testing includes all standard recommended tests and many more. For more information, go to www. Counsyl. Com. ...Read more
A small amount of discharge may be related to implantation bleeding. A small amount of discharge may be within normal limits. See this site for symptoms in first trimester.
http://www. Webmd. Com/baby/guide/first-trimester-of-pregnancy. ...Read more
Blood spots: Yes it can happenGet a more detailed answer ›
Yes: This should be harmless and quite safe. ...Read more
You think so???: Yes she can, and no she should not. How will either of you feel if she falls and has a miscarriage? Even if the miscarriage has nothing to do with the fall, you will always wonder if she would have had a miscarriage if she did not fall. Enjoy her pregnancy...There will be plenty of time for rock climbing later. ...Read more
Bleeding nose is: Not normal in any one, you have some thing simple, get it treated by ENT specialist as soon as possible. ...Read more
Yes and No: Only if prescribed by your doctor for pg support. Otherwise no! ...Read more
I'm getting mixed answers so I want to know if it's safe to take diphenhydramine in the first trimester of pregnancy and or after?
Can early iugr be diagnosed in the first trimester of pregnancy? If all ultrasounds match up does this mean pregnant progressing normally?
Is it safe to sleep on your back in first trimester of pregnancy? When is it not safe, during pregnancy, to sleep on your back? Thank you!
Is amoxicillin safe during the first trimester of pregnancy? Some sites say amoxicillin is a category a (in australia) and some say its a category b?
Amoxicillin: In animal studies Amoxicillin did not cause any problems when given in large doses to pregnant rats and mice. The antibiotic has not been studied in pregnant women, but case reports suggest that Amoxicillin does not increase the risk of birth defects or miscarriages. If you are taking Amoxicillin and pregnancy occurs, let your healthcare provider know. Have a great baby. ...Read more
Hi, iam 28 years old and in my first trimester of pregnancy. I also have severe dusti and humidity allergy. Please let me know which allergy relievini?
Usually avoid meds: And your OB can guide you....Try a dehumidifier in your bedroom and living room..... (keep < 50%) and use dust mite encasings on the pillows and mattress. Saline nasal lavage can help with nasal symptoms...And you can ask your OB about nasalcrom....If these don't help, see a board certified allergist (www. Acaai. Org)good luck. ...Read more
Implantation?: Implantation and miscarriage can both cause mild cramping. If severe you should see your ob/gyn soon. ...Read more
Common complaint: Cramps in the 1st months is extremely common unrelated to your medication. Tell your doctor if the cramps continue or you have bleeding. As the uterus grows "growing pains" occur. ...Read more
Yes: Should be fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
Eat, sleep, walk etc: This is one of those times in life when people are most happy and motivated to improve their health. So seizing the opportunity to eat right, sleep better, enjoy life more is important. So is avoiding toxic chemicals and toxic situations (including people). An OB provider can provide details on what to do during the first trimester (and preferably before). If you are 42, also ask OB about exercise. ...Read more