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Zincovit In Pregnancy
Is it safe to take vitafusion women's multivitamin when pregnant? It also contains Vit A which I understand isn't safe to take in 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
Good Day. I would like to know which vitamins or multivitamin options would be best for a vegetarian especially prior to planning a pregnancy. Thanks.
Prenatal vitamins are available over the counter. You should get a supplement with Folic Acid, Iron, Calcium and vitamin D. You may consult this site for more info:
https://www. Mayoclinic. Org/healthy-lifestyle/pregnancy-week-by-week/in-depth/prenatal-vitamins/art-20046945
Wish you good health and a healthy baby!
It would be prudent to establish a relation with an Obstetrician before pregnancy. ...Read more
My gynaecologist prescribed a prenatal multivitamin since day 1 of pregnancy and it contains Vitamin A at 1500IU. Is it ok?
Vitamin A: This should not be a problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
My gynaecologist prescribed a prenatal multivitamin for me since day 1 of pregnancy and it contains vitamin A at a level of 1500IU. Is that ok?
My gynaecologist prescribed a prenatal multivitamin for me since the first day of pregnancy. I am concerned that it contains Vitamin A.is that ok?
Yes, but I bet no A!:
Adequate Vitamin A is essential for good heath & a healthy baby. However taking more than 10, 000 iu/day of Vit A in early pregnancy increases risk of birth defects. Up to 6000 iu/day is safe but I bet your prenatal has NO vit A but instead beta carotene (a vit A precursor) which is not dangerous at all. See
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When not nauseated: Whenever your stomach will tolerate it is best. Try before bedtime. ...Read more
Is Colace (docusate sodium) (Docusate 100 mg) safe in 31 week pregnancy? My prenatal multivitamin has Docusate as well. Is there any safer medication for constipation?
That is safe: Constipation can be an issue during pregnancy. So the docusate is important to reduce the amount of strain or vasalva pressure you put on your entire system when you're constipated and trying to have a BM. So you are safe to keep constipation at bay by taking a stool softener (docusate). ...Read more
Variable, see below:
Slight bleeding, milky discharge, tingling in breasts, tiredness, frequent urination, missed period, morning sickness etc. See this site for more information. You may wish to do a home pregnancy test about a week after the missed period.
http://www. Webmd. Com/baby/guide/pregnancy-am-i-pregnant. ...Read more
RI=Resistive-Index: This is an ultrasound measurement. Resistance to blood flow gradually drops during gestation. An abnormally high resistance can persist in pre-eclampsia and growth restriction. If resistance is low, there is a ...Read more
Missed period: Often, the first indication a woman may be pregnant is if her period is late. Many women also experience nausea or vomiting, plus some fatigue (tiredness), early in their pregnancies. If you think there is a possibility you may be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test 1 week after missing a period, or 3 weeks after sex. Pregnancy tests are sold everywhere. ...Read more
Missed period: The first indication you may be pregnant is if your period is late. Many women also experience nausea or vomiting, plus some fatigue (tiredness), early in their pregnancies. If you think there is a possibility you may be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test 1 week after missing a period, or 3 weeks after sex. ...Read more
Pregnancy risks: That's a complex question and depends on your situation. Pregnancy has definite risks, but for a young and healthy woman, the chance of a major complication are small. The most common general risks for the mother are ectopic pregnancy, preeclampsia, hemorrhage and infections. ...Read more
Missing your period: Missing your period at the expected time is the first "symptom" for most women. Other signs would be a change in appetite, maybe some mild nausea, an increase in your ability to smell things. Fatigue is also a common first trimester complaint. Cramping type pain is not uncommon. ...Read more
Back to school: Usually the first sign of pregnancy is a missed period. Any symptoms before this are very unlikely to represent pregnancy. True early pregnancy is asymptomatic. You learned in health class that a fetus is unknown to the mothers body until it has grown big enough to have blood and chemicals that the mothers body can sense. That is about fourteen days after conception. ...Read more
Cryptic?: You mean ectopic pregnancy? An ectopic pregnancy means that it is located anywhere other than inside the uterus. The possibility of an ectopic pregnancy increases when there has been some sort of injury to the fallopian tubes, infection, surgery, trauma. Anyone could have an ectopic. Shoulder, neck and back pain, with or without vaginal bleeding would be something to look for... ...Read more
A whole Textbook: This question may not be easily answered in this simple forum. It could take a whole book to discuss the answers to this question. There are numerous pregnancy and pre-natal books available. It may be wise to get one to use as your guide. I would also hope that you will learn now to avoid pregnancy. If you need health care please contact planned parenthood. ...Read more
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