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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
Details?: If pt lost a fallopian tube due to ectopic may take sev months longer to conceive. Higher risk for ectopic after having an ectopic (on the order of ~ 20% risk of ectopic). Need to see your doctor as soon as pregnant and have hormone levels folowed for appropriate increase in levels, and to have sono done early looking for baby developing inside the uterus - or for any signs of another ectopic. ...Read more
Antiparasitic Meds: Toxoplasmosis is caused by a parasite, and as such, is treated during pregnancy with anti-parasitic medication. Pyrimethamine is one option; if one is treated with Pyrimethamine during pregnancy, it is important to also supplement with folinic acid, since Pyrimethamine is a folate (folic acid) antagonist. Your doctor can work with you to determine the specific anti-parasitic to use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, They don't lead : To fetal loss. Bed bug bites may cause no sx's except for 2 small points where skin was punctured. It can cause itchy, pink, swollen, lesions with a clear center. In cases of hypersensitivity blisters may develop. A telltale sign is linear track of lesions from sequential feedings. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My lab on this month IgG cmv, rubella, toxo positive and IgM CMV rubella herpes negative ; toxo weakly positive>0.6 can I have baby ob in Thai not sure?
Yes: As we discussed, you have had toxoplamosis and developed antibodies to this organism and in future pregnancies it will not cross the placental boundries and infect the baby. Good luck. ...Read more
I'm pregnant. I have igg+ for toxoplasma before pregnant. Can it protect my fetus? Can i infection repeat it again during pregnant?
Your baby is safe: The igg indicates you have been exposed to toxoplasmosis in the past and it confers or indicates "immunity" (or protection) to you and your baby from future toxoplasmosis infections. You can't get a 'new' toxoplasmosis infection again during the pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Before my wife pregnant. She test IgG IgM toxo result that positive. It's be safe for my baby? Can she infect toxo repeatedly?
I am 35 weeks pregnant and has Rubella IgM positive (1.31) and Toxoplasma Gondii IgG positive (151.62). Is my baby at any risk?
Contact your OB MD: Yes, I could give you an answer, but your OB MD has examined you, and knows the details of your testing and their advice trumps my potential advice every time. ...Read more
No?: Without more details, such as units used and which test was used, it is difficult to say for sure. Also, you have to have more than one kind of test done (IgG for instance), and someone who can interpret it for you.. Best person to ask is probably the doctor that ordered it. Best of luck! ...Read more
Yes: There is no medical contraindication to eating dates during pregnancy. They supply niacin, folate, (folic acid) vitamin B-6, pantothenic acid, zinc, manganese, fiber and magnesium. One study found that the consumption of date fruit in the last 4 weeks before labour significantly reduced the need for induction and augmentation of labour, and produced a more favourable, but non-significant, delivery outcome. ...Read more
"i'm pregnant 4 weeks. Before pregnant blood test toxoplasma igg+ >2000iu/ml(reference range<1.6), IgM weakly positive>0.6. Is it safe for my baby?
Likely protected: In acute infection, igm is initially elevated alone, and then igg is positive within a couple of weeks. Igg remains positive for your lifetime, but igm can persist for months to years. I would say that this new pregnancy is protected, but given the outcome of your prior pregnancy, you must discuss this in consult with a high-risk OB to confirm what I am saying! ...Read more
Possible: It is possible but not likely that you are pregnant with a negative pregnancy test. To be sure, repeat the test at least 3-5 days after the first test. Many things can cause you to miss periods including some medicines, illness such as thyroid disease, diabetes/ insulin resistance, polycystic ovarian syndrome, adrenal diseases, and pituitary tumors, exercise, weight changes, stress, etc. ...Read more
Pregnancy: It usually takes a month or so after a miscarriage to regain your normal cycle. So it would be unlikely that you are pregnant immediately. Nevertheless it is possible that you ovulated sooner. ...Read more
Check blood hcg: A urine HCG test may read negative if the bug levels are low and the urine is dilute. The blood bhcg levels should be detectable several days before you even miss your period. Urine pregnancy tests are more sensitive if you check urine first thing in the morning when your urine is more concentrated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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