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Not by yourself: You cannot do this yourself without endangering your life. Don't try. Get professional care now. If you don't have a regular doctor you trust, visit a Planned Parenthood or health department reproductive health clinic; or call a hotline; or mabe school nurse. Beware of services that claim to help but may stand in your way if you feel you must terminate the pregnancy. It's your right. Good luck. ...Read more
Not simple: This is an issue which warrants more than a rapid on-line exchange with a physician who doesn’t know you. Recommend discussing this with your personal physician, your gynecologist or at a family planning clinic. This way you will be aware of your options and make whatever decision is optimal for you. ...Read more
Your options: This is an issue which warrants more than a rapid on-line exchange with a physician who doesn’t know you. Recommend discussing this with your personal physician, your gynecologist or at a family planning clinic. This way you will be aware of your options and make whatever decision is optimal for you. ...Read more
No: Mint tea can be helpful to digestion and soothing.In general. Unless you are allergic to mint , it won't be harmful to either of you. ...Read more
Can a woman and man with genital herpes concieve a baby without passing it alone to the unborn child?
YES!!: And your obstetrician will determine if you need a C-section to avoid a problem to the baby passing through the birth cana. Otherwise your baby is safe ...Read more
SwimmingInOurOwn----: Because a fetus is allowed to hold its breath for nine months! How so?Because it gets almost all of what it needs through its umbilical cord,which is attached to the mother's uterus, which transfers nutrients and oxygen to the fetus.That's a very basic explanation. What bugs me is that, as fetuses we were swimming in our own urine. Yuk! OK, I know what you're now thinking...so submit that question ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe for me to do 4th d&c will it will affect my chances of carry a baby to full term when I'm ready?
It depends: It depends on why you have needed 3 previous D & C's. Every time the cervix is dilated there is always a risk that a cervical tear can occur which can damage the ability of the cervix to remained closed during pregnancy. Talk to the MD who is doing the procedure about this concern. ...Read more
Contractions: It is avoided in pregnancy for two reasons, and both relate to large amounts, not amounts you would normally find on your dinner plate. First, parsley oil can stimulate contractions and historically was used as a first attempt abortive/inductive herb. Second, large amounts can lead to changes in fetal hemoglobin. While you do not have to avoid it in foods, avoid parsley oil and large amounts. ...Read more
Can a woman with hep c safely get pregnant, carry the baby to term, and deliver safely without giving hep c to the baby?
Learn your options.: This is an issue which warrants more than a rapid on-line exchange with a physician who doesn’t know you. Recommend discussing this with your personal physician, your gynecologist or at a family planning clinic. This way you will be aware of your options and make whatever decision is optimal for you. ...Read more
Typically not: Fibroids can interefere with any part of the reproductive pathway from fertilization (blocking fallopian tube opening) to delivery (blocking birth canal) and all points in between. It can cause an early fetal demise and can cause premature labor. However, most women with fibroids and a developing fetus will do just fine. The fibroids will tend to grow and woman watched more closely by obgyn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mother and baby are released from the hospital without anyone noticing the baby has tga, how long can baby live without any diagnosis or treatment?
Tga: I am assuming it is L-tga or corrected translations which may go unnoticed for many years. If it is the other type D TGA then need surgery as soon as possible. Either case require careful follow up. You can consult me or one of us if you need more detailed info. www.healthtap.com/volkantuzcu ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does using bug sprays right before pregnancy potentially harm sperm & egg and harm the fetus? Heard it may cause brain cancer to unborn baby. Thanks!
No: It is unlikely to remain in your system very long after exposure. Some bug sprays are considered unsafe in pregnancy, but the risks are low. What is more, certain insect-born illnesses are potentially more harmful, so you'll have to weigh your risks and benefits based on your location. I usually recommend deet-free bug sprays. ...Read more
Potential harm: All drugs have toxic effects and are automatically sent to the fetus. There may or may not be harm because it is unpredictable and side effects from drugs are multiple, partcularly since the fetus is very small in comparison to the size of the mother. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's a definition: If a fetus is living, then an abortion hasn't happened. If a fetus dies on its own (naturally happens 15-20% of the time), it is a spontaneous abortion (a miscarriage). If a young fetus dies because the woman intentionally makes it die to stop her pregnancy, it is called a medical abortion (sometimes a surgical abortion). If an older fetus dies on its own, it is a stillbirth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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