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What Is The Best Placement For Placenta
Resorption: If placenta percreta/accreta is recognized at the time of delivery and there is no bleeding then allowing the uterus to contract and retained placenta to be excreted or absorbed later on its' own volition is a wise course. However, if there is massive uncontrollable bleeding then cesarean hysterectomy is the "default" choice. Uterine balloon "packing" can be also be tried to arrest bleeding. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Placenta previa: A placenta previa is diagnosed by ultrasound. The placenta covers the entire mouth of the womb (the cervix) or part of it. Bleeding can occur from the placenta. Because the placenta is blocking the cervix, the fetus cannot be born vaginally. It is dangerous for the mother and the fetus. The fetus is born by cesarean section. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would you suggest is the best way to help a healthy placenta grow
as was told in my last pregnancy that blood flow 2 my placenta was not good ?
Aspirin 80 mg daily.: Only preconceptional or early pregnancy (before 16 weeks) Aspirin (80 mg daily) has been proven to decrease the risk of recurrent placental insufficiency by >15%. If you have any chronic medical conditions such as lupus, kidney failure, or hypertension, please see a maternal-fetal medicine specialist to get them under control before attempting pregnancy. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and good luck! ...Read more
My dr at 11 wk 4 ultrasound said I have a small bleed behind my placenta and said it should go.What is the best sleeping position at night? I'm scared
Hi,I had light bleeding at 13+weeks.u/s showed baby is ok.I'm 19 weeks 2days now but still cant feel fetal movement.I've anterior placenta.what'll be the best time for u/s again?
Between 28 and 32 wk: A follow up sonogram or a "fetal growth scan" could be useful between 28 and 32 weeks. If your anterior placenta is not "low lying" or "previa" at that time, and fetal growth is good, there may be little cause for alarm . Be a patient; you will "feel fetal movements" soon. ...Read more
Mediterranean: The variety of foods on the med diet is critical to promote optimal human health. When breast feeding the demands for protein and fats are high. 5-7 servings of vegetables and 2-3 servings of fruit are the foundation of the diet. Add 20 grams of protein to the basic requirement of 45 grams daily for the average woman. Get 3 grams of epa/dha omega 3 fish oil for baby's brain development. ...Read more
Depends: No wt loss program should be intiated without input from your dr and ob/gyn. If your breast feeding this will actually help burn calories . Early on will be difficult to exercise (recovery from delivery& up all night with baby!) but once a schedule is set then a routine can be set up. Get as much sleep as feasable , eat healthy diet and start a good walking progam. A gradual loss is fine. ...Read more
Stretch mark removal: THERE IS NO BEST STRETCH MARK REMOVAL. THERE ARE SOME CREAMS THAT HELP THE APPEARANCE OF STRETCH MARKS! TWO DIFFERENT THINGS . . . DERMATOLOGISTS HAVE BEEN USING TOPICAL PREPARATIONS LIKE RETIN-A AND RENOVA (tretinoin). THESE ARE PRESCRIPTION ITEMS AND A BIT PRICEY. (NO FINANCIAL INTEREST). CHECK WITH A DERMATOLOGIST. ...Read more
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