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What To Expect During The 7 Month Of Pregnancy
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
I have a friend who is twenty seven weeks pregnant she's done herione during the pregnancy and meth once what are the chances of these drugs showing up?
Wrong question: Forgive my frankness. If you're really her friend, you need to ask, "What can I do to help my friend stop doing these drugs, so that she can be a decent parent? " The BEST thing that can happen is that her drug abuse will be detected, Baby put someplace safe away from a drug-abusing mother, and your friend getting clean. I can't help her, but perhaps you can. Please give it a try. Best wishes. ...Read more
Hi! Can I take pregnacare conception and seven seas cod liver oil while trying to conceive and during pregnancy?
Definitely: Pregnacare are prenatal vitamins and meant to be taken during pregnancy but starting then before conception decreases your risk of birth defects. Cod liver oil is one of the fish oils that we are all taking to help decrease our cardiovascular risks and is completely safe in pregnancy. Good luck. This baby will be luck to have a mom who cares enough and is smart enough to think to ask. ...Read more
Increased risk: Of birth defects and miscarriage in the last trimester when patients have taken Aleve (naproxen). Most medications commonly used in pregnancy have insufficient data to know fetal risks. I recommend not taking it at all during pregnancy if possible. Check with your doctor for alternative treatments based on your symptoms and diagnosis. Drink lots of water, especially in your last trimester & while nursing! ...Read more
High neutrophil (90) and low lymphocytes during my 7 month of pregnancy what does it mean? Do I need to worry?
Do not worry: Normal pregnancy is associated with a rise in the percentage of neutrophils (and thus a decreased percentage of lymphocytes). Since your neutrophilia has been present throughout your pregnancy it is most likely physiologic. One must wonder about an infectious cause and if you have been having fever or signs of a urinary tract infection, please see your obstetrician. If not, relax. ...Read more
MyPeriod is a month and 15 days late I took 10 home pregnancy tests seven came back positive three said negative?
Pregnancy tests: The tests are relatively sensitive and accurate. However, you appear to be 70% on your Home Preg testing. With your missed cycle, and suspected unprotected sex in the apst, you may most likely be pregnant. It is time now to see the Dr. And get a confirmatory Serum (blood) test and evaluation. Best wishes. ...Read more
I'm 3 months pregnant. I have a 7 hour flight in three days. Is air travel safe and healthy during 3 months of pregnancy? It is really important for me to know whether I can fly while 3 months pregnant. Based on your answer, I might have to reschedule my
Most: Most likely you are going to be completely fine. The most important things are to be well hydrated during the flight and to talk around a bit during the flight to prevent blood clots in your legs (dvt). ...Read more
A normal amount: U should not be gaining more than 1 lb a week. ...Read more
No evidence: Tamarind is commonly used in foods around the globe. It is used in the us in worcestershire sauce, in fact. From my review of its uses, I can find no reason why this would be contraindicated in pregnancy. On the other hand, I can find no data to suggest that it is safe or unsafe. Talk to your doctor and I am sure their answer will be similar. This risk is assumed low, but unknown. ...Read more
You want a heads up?: Actually it is the reverse at 7 months as gravity helps to bring the head down in the pelvis in preparation for future labor. Of course a head up position is called a breech presentation which still occurs in a small percentage of pregnancies and often leads to Cesarean section at delivery. ...Read more
Yes: In late 2nd trimester the usual warning signs are related to preterm labor, fetal well-being, and preeclampsia. These include but are not limited to headaches unrelieved by tylenol/rest, upper abdominal pain, (worsening) nausea/vomiting, vaginal bleeding, regular uterine contractions >4-6 per hour, decreased fetal movement, vision changes, concern as to whether your amniotic membranes ruptured. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on variables: Depending on your health and progress to that point, your OB may consider you either well enough to travel or not. Many can. You will want to contact any airline you may plan to use because some have restrictions that you will need to understand and work with, but most would not consider 5-6 mo a problem if you had a doc's note. ...Read more
Anything unusual: Anything unusual should be reported to your OB to determine if it's something that's concerning or not. Signs of trouble would include bleeding, pain, severe headaches, swelling, fever, extreme shortness of breath and many others. It's best to discuss anything that you have a question about with your ob. ...Read more
Is it normal to gain 50 pounds during pregnancy when ur weight before was 110 pounds and still have a month to go?
I am 1 month and 5 days pregnant. What are the foods that I can take during pregnancy? I am an indian and prefer indian foods.
Anything: You can eat anything you like. If you like indian food, eat indian food. ...Read more
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