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Why Is It So Hard To Walk Without Getting Sob During My 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
No: Highly unlikely unless the mother is severely depressed, not eating or taking medication. ...Read more
Depression: The physical act of crying has no affect on an unborn fetus. The fact that you are crying so much though may indicate your suffering from depression. Untreated depression should be addressed by your doctor as it can affect her pregnancy and your ability to function as a mother after delivery. ...Read more
Can crying and getting mad a lot affect the baby during pregnancy ? I am 6 months pregnant and I was wondering about this
Can crying hurt the baby during pregnancy ? Can the baby feel when I'm upset ? Does crying have any effect on the baby at all?
Happy Mom,Happy Baby: Your questions have not been deeply studied. ...Read more
Does crying hurt the baby during pregnancy? Can the baby feel when I'm upset? Does crying effect the baby growth or effect the baby an Any way?
Suffer really badly with depression/anxiety in pregnancy, I'm crying really hard a couple of times weekly. Is this crying bad for the baby?
Can a really bad crying episode during pregnancy cause enough oxygen deprivation that the baby gets Cerebral palsy?
Eat well stay hydrated & I take my prenatal vitamins but I'm really emotional during my pregnancy I cry a lot I cry everyday is crying hurting baby ?
3 yo just threw intense temper tantrum. He was crying so hard he couldn't breathe and refused to walk. He got lots of sleep but he's exhausted. Worry?
Tantrums normal at 3: Tantrums are quite normal and expected at 3 years of age! Be sure he is in a safe place and won't injure himself and let the storm pass. In general you want to ignore tantrum behavior and continue to reward your child's positive behaviors as you go through the next year. The tantrums should lessen within the year. As long as the refusal to walk resolves after the tantrum I am not concerned. ...Read more
Why i feel dizy and my head is kind of heavy when i walk or move my eyes i feel more dizy i did pregnancies test it's negative and i'm brest feeding?
Water: Make sure to drink plenty of water, this should help with any migraines, you may feel like you are hungry but drink plenty of water and if the feeling hasn't gone away let me know :]. ...Read more
I notice on my nightly walks my eyes get very teary, as if I've been crying. Effect is more pronounced when I close my eyes for a couple seconds. Why?
Dry eyes!: most likely due to dry eyes, the outdoor environment drys the eyes out and natural response (reflex mechanism) is to make an abundance of tears. This overwhelms the natural tear drainage dysyem and causes the tears to run down your cheeks, easpecially when closing the eyes, because the tears are all brought together in one small space by the eyelid closure. ...Read more
My 2 year old has woken up a couple of times crying her leg hurt. Last night, she kept crying her foot hurt. She walks fine and doesn't complain during the day. What could it be?
Limb pain in kids: The so-called "growing pain" is quite common in young children and often a cause of great distress to parents. The pain usually occurs in the legs--thigh, knee, mid shin, ankle areas and generally manifest during inactive hours--sleeping, sitting around/watching tv etc...Gently massage the area for a few minutes, distract her a bit and she will be fine. Take her to see doc to make sure. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It takes two: The cited average to achieve a desired pregnancy is 6 months. If more than a year, both potential parents would be considered for fertility evaluation. These are RARELY IF EVER covered by insurance in anyone. You must first understand that it is not necessarily your "fault". Fertility studies are not guaranteed to get you a healthy baby. There are other options to be a parent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been having vivid dreams. About having a baby. And pregnancy. Then I wake up crying? Could I be preggo?
It's on your mind: Unprotected sex near the time of ovulation is necessary. If you had it, it may be in your mind as a fear, concern or hope. The dream, no matter how intense or realistic is not evidence - but if you miss your period - do a test or have one done w/ an exam. Those are the results to believe. If you don't want a baby now, always use protection - for avoiding STDs it is the smart way to have sex. Best! ...Read more
Can me crying while pregnant harm the baby? Does crying effect the growth of the baby? I'm 36weeks and I been very emotional my whole pregnancy!
Crying or blues?: Crying itself will not harm the baby. If however, you notice that you are sad most of the time, feel hopeless, without energy and are having difficulty getting your daily activities done, please discuss with your family doctor or obstetrician. Perinatal depression can be serious and can indirectly affect the baby. ...Read more
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
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