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What Happens During Pregnancy That Might Cause Gastrochesis In A Baby
Unknown: The cause of gastroschisis is unknown.Get a more detailed answer ›
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
What happens if a woman is fattening up a lot during pregnancy is that a predisposition to why the child could be fat?
I hear that a lot of times a fetus can eat their own waste, during pregnancy and during delivery, what cause this to happen?
Mother Nature : See during fetal life, fetus is packed inside an amniotic fluid filled sac, he has no choice but to drink and pee that fluid out. Behind this what's the logic is that if his food pipe is blocked he won't be able to swallow the fluid so mother will have too much fluid in sac on other side problem with fetal kidneys don't let him pee so less fluid. His poop he swallows or inhales in distress mostly. ...Read more
The process: The vagina is a sensitive prgan as you know, so the stretching or tearing can cause burning in the vagina both during and after child birth. In normal instances this should resolve. If it does not then you need to be evaluated by the person who delivered you ( hopefully not a home birth- very risky and unsafe place to deliver), to rule out tears cuts, infection, etc. ...Read more
Is it true that heartburn during pregnancy means a lot of fetal hair? Also, is it possible to see fetal hair in an ultrasound?
No, and no: Nope, to both questions.Get a more detailed answer ›
No known food causes: Cleft lip occurs when left, right, and upper parts of the lip do not fuse properly in an embryo. No foods are known to cause it. Maternal smoking and alcohol/drug abuse increase the chances of a cleft. Cleft lip runs in some families, but can also happen in a variety of genetic mutations. It occurs least in africans (<1 in 1000 births) and most in oriental asians and native americans (3-4/1000). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Infection: You might have an infection - and you need to get this checked immediately - as you might also have an UTI ...Read more
Is a blighted ovum something that occurs naturally or can someone do something early on in the pregnancy that causes that to happen (like taking Xanax (alprazolam) before realizing I was pregnant)?
Hard to Say: Don't get that ? Much. Most likely not related to the uterus but bowel related. The hormonal changes a week before the cycle starts are characterized by high Progesterone levels that dramatically change bowel contraction patterns and many bowel changes are reported by patients. This description could be yet another example of this phenomenon. The uterus itself is very quiet in high progesterone. ...Read more
Is it possible to know if the unborn baby is having breathing problems at 5 months in the womb that can later cause a disibility. ?
Womb: A fetus does not breathe air as there hopefully is none in the uterus ...Read more
What is the reason for chemical pregnancy or early miscarriage? My wife takes lot of stress can that be the reason
Absolutely: MindBody: As embodied Souls?Mind?Brain?Body with >million orders/second brain to body & similar feedback, body function is a direct extension of what is happening/orders from higher control centers. While humans are never consciously aware of all this activity, it is fundamental to living & reason for old adage: actions speak louder than words; also a fundamental basis for effective human problem solving. ...Read more
Is there a blood test that can be done in early pregnancy to determine baby gender? If so what is it called.
No such test: There is no blood test that is available to determine this. ...Read more
If someone has immunological issues that is causing recurrent miscarriages,at what week of pregnancy will it cause a miscarriage?
Eight and 12 weeks: The likelihood of miscarriage is greatest at 8 and 12 weeks. ...Read more
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