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What To Expect At 19 Weeks Pregnant
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
Round ligaments: if the pain is worse with movement or positional changes, then the labia pain is likely round ligament pain. Round ligaments are ligaments that run from near the top of the uterus down to your labia, and look a bit like suspenders. As your uterus grows in the second trimester, those ligaments will get stretched, especially while walking or changing positions. Round ligament pain is not dangerous. ...Read more
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Good nutrition during pregnancy, and enough of it, is very important for your baby to grow and develop. You should consume about 300 more calories per day than you did before you became pregnant.
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http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/eating-right-when-pregnant ...Read more
Fluttering is normal: We usually don't recommend starting kick counts until 28 weeks. you should be feeling some kicking at this point even though not regular. Follow up with your ob for ant further recommendations and testing ...Read more
19 weeks pregnant and i hit my husband because he made me mad. He didn't touch me but is my baby ok? And what can happen when we fight a lot?
No damage but..: Pregnancy can be a stressful force in your relationship . You and your husband need to understand the changes in your life which are coming and try to find the best way to cope with them-for your future and that of your future child. Your baby will not, however, be harmed by your present emotional stress. ...Read more
Am 19 weeks and 3 days pregnant yet i haven't felt baby kicks and movement yet. Please enlighten me more on this, when will i start feeling it?
Conception calculators and other tools are available all over the internet. You do not need to wonder about these things anymore. Every possible answer is on the web. Here is a great place to start: http://www.babymed.com/conception-calculator.
Sex for your pregnancy occurred 1/4/2014 to 1/9/2014. ...Read more
My wife is pregnant of 19 weeks.Her HBsAG is (-) & antihbc result is (+) for 1 time & (-) for 1 time.What can I do now?
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Pregnant and bloated: At 20 weeks of pregnancy the uterus is at the level of the umbilicus (belly button). Since it is now an abdominal organ, it is competing for space with your bowels and bladder as well. Also in pregnancy, ladies tend to have increased constipation which dilates the bowels. Try increasing fluid intake and fiber to enhance bowel motility. Do not use laxatives unless you are advised to by your ob. ...Read more
Physical and Mental: First you must talk to your obgyn about your concerns related to your weight and normal changes in pregnancy. Ask for specifics in terms of your body type. Second, and please understand this is not a judgement, you need to know when you say that you are 19 weeks pregnant 115lbs and trying to lose weight, generally people will be concerned. Ask your doctor if psychotherapy could help. Best wishes. ...Read more
Depends: If 23 weeks by ultrasound, then it is what it is. If based on lmp, possible to be off by days-to-weeks. ...Read more
Probably normal: Most people show (at least to those that know them) by this point but some people do not show till later. By 24 weeks everyone will know you are pregnant. ...Read more
Low Normal: A cut-off of 2.5cm is frequently used as the low-end of normal. If the cervical length is less than 2.3, there is about a 20% chance of delivery prior to 34 weeks. Best wishes! ...Read more
Now: Now would be a very good time to find out. In general, the best time to look at these baby parts (with an ultrasound) is between 18-24 weeks. Before that they can be too small to see...After that, the baby can get scrunched up making it hard to see. ...Read more