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What Water Pills Are Allowed To Be Taken With Pregnancy
Lasix: Furosemide (lasix) is generally safe if there is a good reason. We avoid hydrochlorothiazide (hctz) in pregnancy. Water pills (diuretics) are generally reserved for women with serious conditions that require them. They would not be recommended for the relief of the generalized swelling of pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Is it possible for birth control pills to fix a hormonal imbalance and allow pregnancy once pills are discontinued?
I heard birth control can be used as emergency contraception, so if I missed 3 pills(not in a row),will it act as a "Plan B" and not allow pregnancy?
Higher dose: The hormones in one birth control pill are not in high enough levels to be used a an emergency contraceptive (EC) Multiple pills must be taken to get an emergency contraceptive effect. Your doctor can advise you on the number of pills needed, depending on the specific birth control pill. Missing a birth control pill increases pregnancy risk, so EC would be needed for each sexual encounter. ...Read more
All three of my pregnancies my water never broke on its own? I would be 10cm even then it still wouldn't be broke . Is it normal?
Do subsequent pregnancies cause women to carry baby lower? Meaning are muscles weaker and therefore don't allow to carry high as normal?
My husband and I are trying to have another baby. I am experiencing "chemical pregnancies " and deliver at 35 wks w water breakage no dilating c sec?
Street lore: The street method your are referring to is extremely dangerous. It significantly changes the ph (acidity-alkalinity) of your body. This has a direct toxic effect on the heart and the brain. Acute alkaline (baking soda) toxicity is a well-known problem in ers. On the web, only supposed success stories are written--by survivors. Please don't &crystal seek pro help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How come some hormones allow the kidney to reabsorb water, and some allow it to reabsorb salts?electrolights?
Hormones: Different hormones act on different receptors in the tubules of the kidney resulting in different effects. It is like a lock and key. Each hormone fits only its receptor. Stimulation of that receptor results in a specific effect. Antidiuretic hormone stimulates a receptor which open up water channels and allow water to enter. Aldosterone stimulates a sodium potassium pump. ...Read more
Five days post op from tonsilectomy. As of last night I have an intense burning sensation on the right back side of my tongue. It is excruciating and I am unable to drink water, or even allow any liquid to touch the tongue without dropping to my knees in
See doctor: Typically post-operative symptoms should improve gradually with time. With such severe pain causing you to drop to your knees 5 days post-op, I would be seen by physician in person so a comprehensive physical exam can be completed to look for any signs of infection or surgical complications. ...Read more
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