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What Precautions Should I Take Exercising Before And After Pregnancy
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 have to travel for 16 hrs this weekend. My pregnancy test was positive. What precautions should I take for travelling? Suggest.
1st Trimester safe: Unless you have severe anemia (hemoglobin of less than 8.5 gm%) or sickle cell disease/trait, the reduced cabin oxygen pressure will not cause harm to you or your fetus. If your blood count is reduced more than 25% to 30%, however, you may require pre-travel treatment of the anemia and/or supplemental oxygen en route, . ...Read more
When should I have pregnancy test it is 6 days past of my ovulation.Kindly consider my medical history and tell me what precautions should I take now ?
I have completed 32 week of pregnancy in my latest ultrasound report it showed mild oligohydramnios, what precautions should I take.
Please advise any treatment?
Oligohydramnios: just means there is less amniotic fluid in your gestational sac than normal. Continue to drink liquids plenty and hope for the best. Oligohydramnios only elevates the perinatal fetal risks such as nuchal cord and fetal hypoxia. Please keep close watch with your OB doctor and good luck. ...Read more
Found out I have MTHFR homozygous 1298. Had one successful pregnancy before I ever knew, but worried about future pregnancies. Precautions to take?
Genetic questions: The best place to start when considering family planning in the context of a known mutation is to sit down with a genetics counselor. There are many facets to this conversation that should be discussed at one time for purposes of both safety and of reassurance. Please consider this first step. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
M suffering from epilepsy. couple of day before I had my pregnancy test and it was positive.i want to ask about precautions. and what deit I shud take?
A few things to know: If you're pregnant then, there's clearly a need for you to start immediately taking prenatal vitamin, folic acid (5mg/day), & to make sure you are compliant on your seizure meds. There's no special diet you need to worry about but you should eat at least 3 HEALTHY meals daily & a healthy snack or 2. Do not skip meals as this can trigger seizures. Make sure your neurologist knows you're pregnant. ...Read more
Multiple options: 1. Oral contraceptives-prevents conception by inhibiting ovulation.2. Depo-provera works like the pills injected every three months. 3. Intrauterine devices (iud), 4. Barrier devices (i.e. Condoms) 5. Abstinence during fertile period: there are 3 basic procedures to predict ovulation:(a) ovulation method (b) rhythm method (c) temperature, 6. Withdrawal (coitus interrupts), 7. Sterilization. ...Read more
Precaution list: 1.) see a OB md for prenatal care. 2.) get plenty of sleep. 3.) use a balanced diet high in fruits and vegetables 4) avoid alcohol, smoking anything and not wearing a seat belt in a vehicle. 5.) take prenatal vitamins with 1 mg Folic Acid daily. 6. ) bleeding. Water breakage, and pain = immediate OB md call. 7.) enjoy the new arrival. ...Read more
Same : Same precautions you took before you got married. ...Read more
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