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Toothache Early Sign Of Pregnancy
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They can be: A true toothache during pregnancy is likely due to a tooth problem prior to pregnancy. When pregnant, you are definitely more prone to gum disease which can present as toothaches. If you notice more bleeding of your gums when brushing and flossing, you may have pregnancy gingivitis and should see your dentist for treatment. Studies are showing low birth weight babies due to gum disease. ...Read more
Does pregnancy intensify toothaches causing it to hurt worse then ever? If so is it at the beginning stage or end
Can become more awar: Pregnancy can make one more aware of dental pain. Many often have an over active response with swelling, bleeding or sensitivity in the mouth compared to normal... It is not correlated to the beginning or end of a problem, just indicative that there is a problem. 3 month cleaning intervals are recommended to avert dental infection, periodontitis, pain, etc, as well as pre-term/low birth weight. ...Read more
I am experiencing a toothache. Is it safe to have dental work done during my first trimester of pregnancy.?
Dental treatment: All necessary dental treatment can be safe within certain established guidelines. It is best that your dentist consult with your OBGYN doctor to discuss any precautions. It is generally more dangerous for you and your unborn child to postpone needed dental treatment. Elective dental treatment should be postponed. Congratulations and Good Luck. ...Read more
I had periods on my 2 day I had toothache took voltaren, (diclofenac) periods stopped today is 8 day checked for pregnancy test it is positive is it possible?
I'm having headaches toothaches blurry vision and cramping in my stomach and a little moving...Every pregnancy test comes back negative?
MD, DDS: See DDS for dental pain. MD for other symptoms. ...Read more
Tooth pain that feels like I want to clash ny teeth and remove them. Blood comes out when brushing. Delivered before 24 d. Related to pregnancy post?
Tooth versus gum pain: Often times pain in the mouth is always categorized as tooth pain, however it is important to first identify the specific source (i.e. Diagnose) and then tailor treatment options to target that cause. Sounds like you might have pain from inflammation in the gums, which does have a link to pregnancy. Seek the care of a dentist for a thorough examination. ...Read more
Am 8 weeks pregnant and been having tooth pain. I have a reaction to tylenol (acetaminophen). I know you can only take that durning pregnancy but what else is there?
See a dentist: Being pregnant doesn't mean you should not receive dental care. Routine care (not including routine x rays) can be continued during pregnancy. Emergency care for pain relief should rendered. It's more stressful and harmful for the mom & fetus to be in pain, than to undergo a dental procedure. ...Read more
Unlikely: Yellowish discharge especially if it has an odor should be evaluated for infection. There are no specific signs that indicate early pregnancy. Have a pregnancy test performed asap. ...Read more
U can have some: But not necessarily, u should do a home pt, if - and u are worried see your gyn for a blood pt. ...Read more
Not typically: While there are changes in the cervix with pregnancy (increased blood flow and bluish color on exam), an increase in a clear jelly like discharge is not one of them. If you believe that you are pregnant, then take a pregnancy test now and repeat it in one week. ...Read more
Not usually: Early signs of pregnancy include breast soreness, nausea/vomiting, needing to pee more often, and fatigue. If you're sexually active and worried about pregnancy, see your doctor to talk (confidentially if needed) about possible pregnancy. If you're not pregnant, talk about birth control options. There are many. ...Read more
White/clear thick jelly like discharge. Is this an early sign of pregnancy as I had un-protected sex about 2 weeks ago?
That isn't a classic:
Symptom. Classic pregnancy
sxs begin when period is missed or thereafter (6-8 wks). Sx’s can include: tender /swollen breasts, nausea or vomiting; lack of period; ^ frequency of urination; headaches, insomnia, fatigue. Moodiness, mild cramping, food cravings ; aversions; passing gas; enlarging waist line ; ^ white, milky vaginal discharge. Take pregnancy test to know. ...Read more
It isn't: Symptoms of early pregnancy include breast tenderness or fullness, nausea and or vomiting, fatigue, needing to urinate frequently. Cramping doesn't typically occur in a normal pregnancy, and if there is severe cramping or persistent, ask your doctor to help figure out why. ...Read more
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