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What Is The Result Of Fetal Karyotype In Pregnancy Loss
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
Defect in gamete: Either the egg (usually) or sperm carries an extra chromosome (chm) to conception.The fetus ends up with 3 of that chm along with normal pairs of all the others. The third chm will cause a disruption in the code reading that goes into making the organs and brain. The newborn will be born with these defects. ...Read more
Infant hyperthyroid: Hyperthyroidism during pregnancy raises small risk , approximately 1% to 2%, that infant will develop hyperthyroidism before birth , condition known as fetal thyrotoxicosis or known as neonatal hyperthyroidism. Rarely hyperthyroidism can also occur in the newborns of mothers who have history of graves' disease, treated medically or by ablation. Autoimmune with antibodies crossing the placenta. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: It's primary function is to act as a go between with your system and the baby's. It can filter out bad stuff and let good stuff (nutrients) in. It allows for the proper transfer of everything from calories to antibodies to the baby. A healthy and normally functioning placenta is critical to the baby's health. ...Read more
"Is Panaromic blood test to find the gender of the baby with just 6.78% of fetal fraction cells accurate in detecting the gender of the baby as boy."?
Panoramic: It is told to be 99% accurate. But I have heard of false negatives....purpose is to look for genetic defects. Gender is bonus! ...Read more
5-25 %: Depending on how the studies have defined depression (major versus minor, etc.) and whether postpartum depression has been included in that definition, the incidence has been estimated at anywhere from 5-25%. If there are any concerns about possible depression, have a conversation with your provider. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Odd question: The only blood in the umbilical cord is the babies. The babies blood comes to and passes close by the maternal circulation contained in the wall of the uterus. The nutrients of mothers blood pass through by diffusion to enter babies blood,and babies waste products are drawn off by mothers blood. There are occasional microscopic amounts of fetal cells that pass into mothers circulation & vise versa ...Read more
Uterus vs tube: A "chemical" pregnancy in most cases is a pregnancy that implanted in the uterus, but miscarried very early. Before any sign on ultrasound. An ectopic pregnancy, which is more common in ivf pregnanices, is a pregnancy that implants in the tube, and is usually determined based on symptoms, abnormally rising HCG levels and ultrasound. ...Read more
Baby movements: At 19 weeks it would be really hard to tell whether you are having truly decreased baby movements or just not feeling your baby move consistently. At 19 weeks even in women who had previous pregnancies, baby movements are not consistently present. I would not get discouraged but would advise you to talk to your obgyn. He may elect to do an ultrasound to assess your baby's wellbeing. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: A screening test is a relatively simple & inexpensive test designed to narrow down the number of patients brought in for the more expensive specific tests. For every 10, 000 screened, 100 may show positive & secondary tests will show 2--3 with a real problem. The screen eliminated 99% that didn't need a specific test.The state notifies me of + screens & we get the tests.If a real pbm, rx is atarted. ...Read more
Let me help you: 35 weeks 18.19 inches 5.25 pounds 46.2 cm 2383 grams good luck. ...Read more
Doubles: In very early pregnancies the general rule is the HCG doubles every 48 hours up to a certain level, then gradually increases. ...Read more
Fetal heart: Oxygenated blood from the placenta returns to the heart via the umbilical vein and IVC, entering the right atrium. Some passes directly to the left atrium through foramen ovale, some to right ventricle. Most RV blood is ejected into systemic circulation via ductus arteriosis, but a small amount to fetal lungs. Left heart blood from atrium (foramen ovale and pulmonary veins) follows aorta to body ...Read more
Is the ramzi method of which side the placenta is on accurate in determining the gender of a baby?
Relatively safe.: Ampiclox is Ampicillin + cloxacillin. Both of these are fda pregnancy category b. According to drugs.Com: there are no controlled data in human pregnancies; however, there are no literature reports of congenital abnormalities associated with it. Cloxacillin should only be given during pregnancy when need has been clearly established.”. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife 's blood report shows some signs of trisomy and she is in 20th week of pregnany .Is this is always evedential that this will affect the baby?
Depends.: If your wife had a quad screen with increased risk for fetal trisomy 21 or 18 then it is not diagnostic and a targeted fetal ultrasound should help modify her risk. If she had maternit21/harmony testing of fetal dna in the maternal circulation and found trisomy 21, 13 or 18, then it is virtually diagnostic and merits invasive prenatal diagnosis even if ultrasound is normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the normal level of alubumin that can be in the urine during the end of 6th month of pregnancy?
Dependsonabnormality: Actually depends on where the abnormality came from (parent or not). If it is pre-existing in either parent, chances of recurrence can be as high as 100% in a fusion chromosome between the X chromosome and a non-X chromosome. If it is a new anomaly, chance are almost background, although seeing something once always raises the possibility of seeing it, or something like it, again. Can't generalize ...Read more
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