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Worried Baby Jittery
I am 30 weeks pregnant ,i feel baby rolls alot but not feel baby kicks, is it n0rmal? My babys legs are ok or not?
Probiotics: Many children will do better by simply adding a probiotic. The good bacteria help colonize the gut and assist digestion. Use one like culturelle baby or flora baby. Fussiness after eating clues me in to a digestive issue and i like to address that issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 months old baby falls off bed. Baby seems fine but i'm worried. No bleeding, vomiting, or anything. Baby breastfed and is sleeping. Please advise.?
Should be fine!: Undress and check out all parts of your infant's body for any bumps, bruises or abrasions/deformities. Gently touch all areas to check for tenderness. Likely, you were lucky with this incident and all should be well. Persistent fussy behavior, vomiting, sleeping, or changes in his/her behavior/affect would be halmarks of getting an evaluation sooner than later. ...Read more
No: Probably not, as long as they are otherwise well. (this assumes that if you're breastfeeding, your milk supply is doing ok.) if they are growing well, happy, and otherwise healthy, babies are pretty good self-regulators. They will take what fills their growth demands. Some babies need more and all babies need more at certain times. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
36 weeks preg. No energy, baby so low my stomach flattened. Painful bh contractions keeping me up all night. Should i be worried about labor soon?
Signs of labor: Your symptoms are very common for late pregnancy, so no worries. The signs of labor you want to watch for - leakage of fluid out of the vagina, worse with straining, coughing and feeling like a gush down your legs or peeing your pants sensation or regular contractions every 4-5 minutes lasting 30 secs +, getting more frequent as labor progresses. Pinky/bloody discharge (slimy) - bloody show. ...Read more
Im 21 weeks pregnant an my baby moves everyday but my baby in my stomach stopped moving should I worry?
See your doc: If you have been feeling your baby move regularly throughout the day & this stops over 24 period consider seeing your provider. Its a little early to feel regular movement but some women do. Tto relieve your concerns go so your doc. ...Read more
27 weeks pregnant. Been stressed+anxious. Needed a good old cry and sob. But worried now can it hurt my unborn baby?
Safety: It is always safer to keep your eyes on the road than to try dealing with a crying baby. Some mothers position stick on mirrors where they can assess the immediate needs of the child with a glance. If needed, pull off the road and tend the child safely before returning to the road. The baby needs to stay properly positioned, rear facing in the seat at all times when traveling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm six months pregnant. I feel my baby kicks. I also feel little flutters likes butterflies. What could these be?
Flutters could be: baby's movement or could be fluids/gas moving through your GI tract. ...Read more
16wks4days pregnant with 2nd baby. Still haven't felt baby move. Should I be worried? When do women normally feel movement?
Don't worry: There is a lot of variation as to when women first feel their babies move. Usually it's between 16-20 weeks, and usually a little later for first pregnancies than subsequent pregnancies. ...Read more
Toddler choked taking medication, choked, cried, had a little hard time talking, but drank liquids fine. Sleeps fine but sounds congested at times?
Signs to look for: It doesn't sound like anything to worry about, but signs to look for that would indicate the need for a doctor visit are worsening cough, difficulty breathing, wheezing, rapid respiratory rate or fever. If any of these symptoms develop you should contact your pediatrician immediately. ...Read more
Depends: The apgar score was developed more as a guideline for how quickly & intensely those monitoring a baby at birth should add oxygen, stimulate, assist breathing or do cpr. Low initial scores are often transient. A low score at 5 or 10 minutes is more worrisome because it suggests a greater degree of fetal distress prior to delivery.Discuss with your dr. ...Read more
No: You are likely feeling this way because you are pregnant . Your baby does not feel sick when you feel sick. ...Read more
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