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Trouble Breathing 35 Weeks Pregnancy
35 weeks pregnancy Dr says there is wound inside after performing urine test ? Is it syptoms of complication in baby birth?
Please Clarify: Urine test in pregnancy are done to check for infection or protein in Urine if your blood pressure is elevated. If your blood pressure is high, then please consult with your doctor. High Blood pressure is a serious complication of pregnancy. If you have a urine infection, then it is easy to treat with antibiotics. Please give more information. Make sure baby is moving & you are doing kick counts ...Read more
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
I am 35 weeks pregnant with side pains chest pains menstrual cramping back pains trouble breathing and constant vomit, what can be going on?
Is going into labour at 35 weeks+3 days considered high risk for future pregnancies? No known cause. Baby was fine; didn't need breathing assistance.
Yes : The greatest risk factor for preterm labor and preterm delivery is having a history of doing that. Therefore, your risk for early labor and delivery is elevated. There is an approved medication (weekly injections from 16 weeks to 6 weeks) to decrease that risk. Talk to your ob/gyn about that when you are pregnant again. ...Read more
I am in the first trimester of my 2nd pregnancy and I am having difficulty breathing at times. Is this normal? (i am not overweight)
Don't think so: I would advise you to have your doctor assess your symptoms. ...Read more
Helps/not harms baby: Insulin (i) carries glucose through cell walls so its can be used. The (i) u take/make stays in your body controlling your blood sugar while baby actually begins to make its own during pregnancy. If your blood sugar level stays too high, baby makes xs (i)& puts away the xs sugar as enlarged organs. At delivery babies xs (i) can drive their blood sugar down to 0 & require iv's.Keep your level nl. ...Read more
Ask your OB doc: Your OB doc should be telling u what to expect and what to look out for , u can get a preg book and it will have everything acog publishes a good one. ...Read more
Brown discharge is: Usually blood. Please let your obstetrician know asap because any signs of bleeding should be checked out at this point in pregnancyu. ...Read more
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