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What should I do if someone was carrying my baby and slipped on ice?

What should I do if someone was carrying my baby and slipped on ice?

And what happened?: The effect on your baby should be obvious.Did s/he hit something hard (street), soft (snow)get hurt?Did s/he cry right away or not or get knocked out. If out, how long?Vomiting?Obvious injuries?Was the person horseing around and acting stupid (cps call)?Your question raises lots of questions.If baby is acting fine & playful & never vomited, baby may be fine otherwise baby may need a dr visit. ...Read more

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Carrying roseola as an adult? Can an adult carry infant roseola without displaying symptoms?

Carrying roseola as an adult? Can an adult carry infant roseola without displaying symptoms?

Not likely: Chances are you had it as a child...It is so common. So you carry the antibodies not the illness. ...Read more

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I'm out of town visiting my family and there's a lot of toddlers and babies in the family and I've been carrying them! Will that harm my baby?

I'm out of town visiting my family and there's a lot of toddlers and babies in the family and I've been carrying them! Will that harm my baby?

Unclear question: How or why would they "harm" your baby? how old is your baby? were the other toddlers sick? Please take the time to form a thoughtful question so you can expect a useful response. ...Read more

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5'4 and 115 pds, thin frame size 2, just found out i'm having twins. Will I have a problem carrying babies to term? Chances of babies born small?

5'4 and 115 pds, thin frame size 2, just found out i'm having twins. Will I have a problem carrying babies to term? Chances of babies born small?

Maternal age: It is really important to choose an Obgyn and begin your prenatal care. All twin pregnancies are high risk. Your age of 39 also makes the pregnancy high risk. Your small stature is not likely to be an issue increasing risk but of course each case needs to be managed individually ...Read more

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How can you tell if your having a boy or a girl.By the way your carrying or it or by the way the other babies inter act with the fetus?

How can you tell if your having a boy or a girl.By the way your carrying or it or by the way the other babies inter act with the fetus?

Neither.: It doesn't matter how you are carrying the baby, whether s/he kicks, whether a gold ring dangling from a chain goes back and forth or around in circles, or any other old wives tale. Each pregnancy you have exactly a 50:50 chance of getting one or the other gender. Sex can be determined by ultrasound or amniocentesis (some of the amniotic flood is take with a needle and tested). ...Read more

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SIL lost baby at 20 wks due to incompetent cervix. Had stitch with #2 to term. Lost #3 at 8 wks a year after #2 Does she have problem carrying babies?

SIL lost baby at 20 wks due to incompetent cervix. Had stitch with #2 to term. Lost #3 at 8 wks a year after #2 Does she have problem carrying babies?

Incompetent cervix: It seems like she has a confirmed incompetent cervix and that a cerclage will be needed for future pregnancies. An 8 week miscarriage is not related to a 20 weeks loss. The mechanisms of pregnancy loss are quite different. ...Read more

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Why are so many hollywood and new york women hiring surrogates to carry their babies?

Why are so many hollywood and new york women hiring surrogates to carry their babies?

Because they can: It probably is not that common, it just grabs more headlines. #1 they can afford it. This is an expensive process and the average american can't afford it. I'm sure some women are afraid of body changes, and think they can hire another woman to suffer the potential complications of pregnancy and delivery. It's helpful for some people, but imho natural is best. ...Read more

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Do breech babies carry congenital defects?

Do breech babies carry congenital defects?

Rarely: Rarely does this happen where babies have congenital defects that are severe enough that they either neurological impair the baby and prevent movement or simply get in the way of a baby being able to flip on its own. This is a rare cause of breech though. ...Read more

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