Every one is different. Some peoples' start to poke out by the 2nd or 3rd month whereas some peoples will not poke out until the 8th or 9th month if at all!
I carried my son for 9 months, and my belly button never poked out. Some day's I would think it wa…
Well, I just positive today and have had a yeast infection for
the last three. I have had five pregnancies (2 ended in
miscarriage) and every time I got a yeast infection just days
before testing positive. Other than pregnancy I have had two
infections, both at the end of taking antibiotics. Howeve…
Ask your doctor, my doctor prescribed methyldopa for my high blood pressure, but I am breastfeeding, not pregnant. If you have high blood pressure, your doctor will know whats best for you and your baby. If you are pregnant and have pre-existing hypertension, it is important for it to be well contro…
It is possible that you are pregnant, but it sounds to me like you are about to start your period. If you think you are pregnant, you should take a home test or go see a doctor.
Yes, you very well can be but you won't really know until you take a test. I suggest you wait a week to take the …
No, they have no affect on each other. But it's probably not the best thing for your yeast infection to have sex. It could make your worse or spread to your partner.
If you are not on the pill and are having sex even in some cases with a condom you can become pregnant. The only for sure way to not become pregnant is to abstain completely.
Pain during ovulatory times can come before while the follicle is
filling with fluid, during while the follicle is actually rupturing
to release the egg, or following due to the formation of the corpus
luteum. At ovulation, the ovum (egg) is dropped into the tube where
it awaits sperm. If sperm are …
The book I grabbed "Your Pregnancy Week-by-Week" by Glade B. Curtis had this to say about: Many women experience an occasional excruciating pain in their buttocks and down the back or side of their legs as pregnancy progresses. This is called sciatic-nerve pain because the sciatic nerve runs behin…
Pregnancy can trigger acne or make existing adult acne worse. (On the other hand, some women with acne-prone skin report a decrease in breakouts during pregnancy, so you never know.)Higher levels of hormones called androgens are at least partly responsible for pregnancy breakouts because they can pr…
I felt the same thing, Gina, and no one could really explain it. I think it has to do with the skin stretching as my stomach got bigger. Thankfully, by the middle of the second trimester I rarely felt that burning feeling.
I have the same thing. My doctor says it…
I have had 3 kids & 10 epidural's all together & the back pain is coming from that. The doctor should have told you that getting an epidural could cause back pains in your future. After my 1st child I had back pains up to a year later.
Vicoden is one of the few drugs that SEEMS to have no adverse reactions to the unborn fetus. However, as with any other substance/controlled substance, it is always better to be safe than sorry and not to take these medications while pregnant. On a further note, Vicoden is a medication designed to t…
i would seek advice from your doctor,i have the same problem and my doctor prescribed me some achne cream which cleared the majority of it up.
You should call your doctor if you haven't been able to keep anything down for 24 hours.
This is nothing to worry about. A woman's body is AMAZING! It takes care of the baby before it takes care of you :) There are many women that have extreme morning sickness and their babies are just fine…
Diarrhea and period like cramping are signs of pregnancy I have been feeling terrible for the last week. I have had bouts of diarrhea, greenish-black bowel movements (sorry), constant cramping, headaches, and slight nausea but haven't vomited. Also I haven't had a period in over 2 months. My periods…
It can cause constipation, but I don't know that it can cause irritable bowl syndrome. Talk to your doctor about a stool softener and eat lots of fruit and fiber in the mean time.
A yeast infection or the treatment for it have nothing to do with missing a period. If you missed a period you should take a home test or go see a doctor to find out if you are pregnant.
I wouldn't count acne as a symptom of pregnancy that early and
if it's the only symptom you have. If you think you are pregnant
take a home test or go see a doctor.
I've had occasional pimples (1 or 2 at a time) and had been using
acne treatments daily. Almost 3 weeks after conceiving (didn't k…
Yes, those can all be symptoms of pregnancy. Take a home test or go see a doctor to find out for sure.
Pain on either side of your lower abdomen is quite common in pregnancy. The ligaments are stretching and preparing for both carrying a baby and for delivery, as well your uterus is stretching and growing to accomodate your little one. If the pain lasts for more than 24 hours consistently, definitely…
It would just be tested for the bladder infection. If you want them to test for pregnancy, I'm sure they will.
The yeast infection probably has nothing to do with being pregnant or not. But the other things all sound like pregnancy symptoms. Take a home test or go see a doctor to find out for sure.
Yes they are very common its just the hormones in your body. If they get bad enough talk to your doctor and see if he can help with giving you something for them!
Bleeding on Depo Provera is a side effect of the medication, not a sign of pregnancy. If you are having nausea, breast tenderness, and fatigue, take a pregnancy test. If you were late for your last shot, take a pregnancy test. Pregnancy on Depo Provera is possible, but unlikely.
Anthing is possible I would say there is a chance as the level of the hormones reach during the stages of pregnancy even at the beginning could interfer with your sleeping patterns but best advice is to seek help and take a test
Its highly rare to conceive during a period as there simply isn't a egg there to be fertilised. However you can conceive a day before your period or a day after your period.The brown spotting may be a sign of pregnancy. You need to do a pregnancy test in 3 weeks time.
You can check the yellow pages for gunsmiths or browse the
tables at gun shows. You might find something that will fit or can
be made to fit, but you will never find anyone with a supply
replacement parts. If it was made prior to 1900, it probably has
twist steel barrels and was designed for 2 1/2" …
It takes quite a while for the stomach to grow when you are pregnant. You could have the flu. If you think you could be pregnant, the only way to confirm it one way or the other is to take a HPT.
Not necessarily. Both, pregnant and non pregnant women can have yeast infections. To be sure, you should probably just take the test.
Yes, I had all three of these symptoms during the first trimester.
It depends on what the lower stomache pains feel like. If it is a crampy type pain, then yes, this can be a symptom of pregnancy ,as is lower back pain.Within the first 20 weeks.
Those are both signs of pregnancy AND PMS. You really need to take a HPT and confirm it as if you are, you need to begin prenatal vitamins and care immediately.
First if you missed your period you should take a pregnancy test. But it is better to go to the doctor esp. if you have had unprotected sex and now you are having pains.
Some women do experience a lower dull sort of pain in their lower back in early pregnancy. It is pretty common!
Not usually. Generally when you first get pregnant you and your
body are extremely tired. Headache, stomach pain and sleeplessness
(especially if you ever feel like you are going to be sick) can all
be signs of depression. If you have depression on top of your
symptoms you should see your family doc…
a bladder infection.it burns when you pee.it hurts sometimes too.it can cause back pain and stomach pain.and sometimes cause you to bleed.
It could coplicate your pregnancy as well as cause general discomfort. A trip to you nurse practioner, doctor or local health dept can easily solve this problem for you.
Actully YES, acne happens because of all the hormonal changes in your body when you are pregnant.
Yes, I have never had acne and it was very rare for me to get even 1 pimple but from 5 weeks pregnant to around 11 weeks my face broke out terribly, but now it's all clear again. Once your body…
Possibly the pill can help you regulate you period better. Of course if you are trying to get pregnant then this won't work. Does your GYN know about your infrequent periods? I would give him a call and see what he can do for you. Also, ask about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), most likely needin…
Not at all. In a urine test, being diabetic may show the presence of sugar or ketones, whilst pregnancy tests look for the presence of a hormone in the urine. Being diabetic does not therefore affect the result of pregnancy tests.
is there water in the oil, and now sign of damage on the head by an engine machinist, it might have a hairline crack in the block
It is possible the rack could do this, but not too likely. More often than not on these little cars, the rear struts will cause this. The rear will wear out about 50% sooner than the front. Also, lift the car and check the main large bolts that attach the lower A-arms to the car body. These bolts ha…
Mine itched terribly when I was pregnant. It was from my skin stretching. Get a really good lotion like Eucerin or something with vitamin E and rub it on your belly a couple times a day. It will also help your stretch marks after your baby is born if you continue to use it.
Yes many women experi…
Hello.Body itching isn't usually a pregnancy symptom but some pregnant women do experience itchy breasts and nipples.If you are in the late second or third trimester and you are itchy get to the doctor IMMEDIATELY as this can be a symptom of liver problem.Hi,I would just like to add that when I was …
When I first got off the shot I was spotting for several months, had cramps, but I was not pregnant. Normally when you first get off depo, it may take a while for it to completely be out of your body. And it still make take awhile for you to be able to get pregnant.
The previous two answers are great but I just wanted to add that sometimes children have vision problems that are not solved by glasses. Sometimes the problem is because they can't change focus from looking at something far away to looking at something close by quickly. They can have this tested by …
that is so odd. I had brochontis.(I know I might have not spelled that right) for about 3 months I went to the hosp 3 times, finally on the last visit they gave me a z-pack and and inhaler, and pain med's from coughing so much I was so sore. Well that was from nov-jan. Now I get these odd sharp back…
No a rash isn't a sign of pregnancy. If you're on any medication this may be the cause for your rash or a chance of soap, cosmetics or washing products can also bring on a rash.A rash isn't a sign of pregnancy. A sign shows you are pregnant. You may be pregnant and have rashes but they are not a sig…
It could be pregnancy if your period is late. Do a test.
See a doctor, dermatologist and/or a pharmacist immediately.
Often fidgeting with hands or feet, or squirming while seated.Having difficulty remaining seated.Having difficulty awaiting turn in games or group activities.Often blurting out answers before questions are completed.Having difficulty in following instructions.Having difficulty sustaining attention i…
There are various forms of behavioral treatments used for children with ADD/ADHD, including psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, social skills training, support groups, and parent and educator skills training. An example of very intensive behavior therapy was used in the Multimodal…
My son was ridiculously hyperactive in his first four years, then petit mal (absence seizures) were exceptionally noticeable-even up to four minutes if left alone, and he could automatically do just about everything- scary concept if ur child is crossing the street alone on his way to school, or pla…
You are born with it. Look it up in the DSM, look at specialists websites, most likely its genetic(my mom and grandma have it as do I) BUt you cant catch it and most do not grow out of it.
Primarily it involves a genetic disposition that leaves you susceptible to getting it. I had a psychology …
ADD is a depreciated term for attention-deficit disorder. It is sometimes used to refer to the inattentive subtype of ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder). Attention Deficit disorder, currently known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Predominantly Inattentive, or ADHD-PI, is on…
ADHD is a genetic trait that is present at birth. It is the way a person's brain is wired. It allows people to think quickly, learn by doing, excel under pressure.In adults with lack of REM sleep, often a Sleep Study will reveal various degrees of sleep apnea. People with this affliction may stop br…
For ADD, you can begin with an online. There is no biopsy or blood test. Neither is there an EKG or X-ray. ADD is not a disease. It is simply a way of brain wiring, just as there are different amounts of melanin in peoples' skin, resulting in differing shades. ADD tends to help people multi-task, …
ADD presents a way to learn differently. Many people with ADD have above-average intelligence. A patient may have ACT scores like Composite: 26, Scientific Reasoning: 28, get an 'A' in Chemistry Lab, but get an 'F' in Chemistry Lecture. ADD evaluation is made from observations. Only a psychologist…
No it is not. Some people place their babies on their backs so much that a baby will get a flat head. Babies need tummy time when awake.
Supplements that Prevent Water Retention
Diuretics (induce urination) may help you. Salt may be a cause.
The best solution is to talk with your doctor and make sure it is
not something more serious.
There are medications, such as diuretics, but they are not
healthy to be taking regularly I woul…
Carbs and sugar restriction is very important in type 2 diabetics. Although the reduction of carbs should be discussed with a diabetic dietitian, a general rule is a diabetic should have no more than 20-60 grams of carbs per day, or even less if your blood sugar is constantly too high.Eating carbs i…
Curing Gum Disease:
There are many different reasons for gum disease or Periodontal
disease and sometimes called "Pyoria".
1) Improper or inadequate home care.
2) Not seeing the dentist or dental hygienist on a regular basis.
3) Genetic disposition. This does not mean that if your parents
To cure a wisdom tooth infection, there are two options.
If your wisdom tooth is normal, you need to follow a course
of antibiotics to get rid off the infection, and maintain oral
hygiene in order to avoid getting back such infection.
If your wisdom tooth is impacted, first …
White patches on your teeth come from to much plaque that build up from over the years and can later on in life leave holes in the area that they are, to prevent.Make sure you brush that area everyday.Rinse your mouth with mouthwash.Talk to your dentist about it.The white patches may never come off …
The best way to rid yourself of the pain is to get rid of the gum
disease. Clean the gum line with a nice soft brush and floss, and
massage the gums to increase blood flow. Tf the disease is too far
advanced you may need treatment by a periodontist; this is a
dentist who specializes in gum disease. …
There are no long term effects of etching the teeth before sealant application.
The etchant is a strong acid that dissolves the matrix material between the enamel rods that make up the tooth. It is rinsed off within seconds and leaves the tooth with a frosty appearance when d…
Answer common. Make sure you see a doctor, just to be sure. If it
is an ear infection Your dizziness could be caused by an ear
infection, but if it is a dental problem, it is probably
inflammation of the TMJ bone in your skull. I have TMJ problems
myself, and I sometimes get dizzy, have pain that fe…
The dentist will know better if you have a periapical x-ray of the
wisdom tooth area and will immediately confirm the infection of
tooth. Yes, it can become infected around the gums while coming in.
That is pretty common. The best thing to do is keep it very clean.
This will be a bit painful at firs…
It can be treated with antibiotics, but it doesn't really solve the problem. The tooth will still need the treatment reccomended by the dentist; root canal or being taken out most likely. The antibiotics will just help get rid of the pain and make it easier to work on the tooth. The infection will c…
For the most part dry brushing is just as effective on tooth decay
and priodontal disease. But using a fluoride toothpaste can help
strengthen teeth. It's just one extra step in fighting cavities. It
will also help keep breath fresher.
Dry toothbrushing? I would like to see some sources o…
In my experience the important thing is to keep the mouth very very clean. Then I began a light massage in the muscles around the jaw and the facial muscles. I dedicated a good six hours to lying in bed massaging and then I would sleep and wake up and massage again. Eventually the infection will spr…
An infected tooth can cause death. But it isn't really from infecting your brain. It will go into your airways and swell them up then you can't breath. A tooth infection can become very serious.
The infection can go into your bloodstream. A person I knew was very sick; they did all these tests. …
I haven't yet had my wisdom tooth out, but I have had alot of pain with it. For the past few months a lymph node in my neck has been swollen. Both the dentist and the doctor has assured me that it is because of and infection in my wisdom tooth. maybe you have just got an infection from getting the t…
It is possible. It does depend on the location of the absess. Fluid building up can pinch or compress nerves. The watery eye can be caused by a pinched nerve as well. See a dentist or doctor as soon as possible. you can normally know when you have an abscess because of the unbearable pain
Trigeminal Neuralgia is an often overlooked side effect of dental
work. It is fairly rare, but something to be aware of in addition
to the answer below:
I am not a dentist, but I did have an upper molar removed about two
As for facial pain. Several things could contribute to this. If t…
Yes, if the tooth is infected it can cause swelling in the jaw joint, it can also cause the same swelling if the tooth keeps extending and rectracting
I had all my wisdom teeth until I was 32. About a month ago I got a real bad jaw ache on my right side and my teeth got really sensitive. I used ice packs and pain meds for aboout 2 days and made an appt with the oral surgeon, I finally could not take the pain anymore.He told me that the impacted wi…
We have experienced infection in teeth several times in our family and we use Colloidal Silver (500 ppms -- important!) both internally and topically. My mother was told about 3 years ago that she needed a root canal. She was in great pain. We used the Silver and the tooth was saved and she has not …
You should see your dentist. You could have what they call Dry Socket. Usually treated with a antibiotic.
An infection can also be detected by the presence of pus around the site, or a sudden fever, bad taste. If you are not on antibiotics there is always the risk of infection.Normal pain a…
You will have a throbbing pain, but if it gets way out of hand, then you should see your dentist.
It is obvious by your question that this tooth has been absessed for some time. If you have never had these symptoms before, they could or could not be related this is why you should firstly make an apt. with your doctor. This is not normal. Secondly make an apt. with your dentist and have your toot…
It's probably sore muscles. Swimming uses muscles that aren't usually used on a regular basis. It should get better over time. Your muscles will build up and become stronger and they won't be as sore.
Try Pilates, Dahn yoga, walking,swimming, bike riding with some free weight exercises. Losing weight by eating a healthy diet (lots of low glycemic carbohydrates rather than those in overly processed non-foods) and exercising should reduce your middle. Nothing works really fast, so concentrate on fe…
Food allergies range from very mild to life-threatening. The
mildest symptoms are vague itchiness in the mouth and throat. Other
mild to moderate symptoms:
general itchiness hives or rash, sometimes all over body
runny/itchy nose and eyes recurrent earaches nausea and vomiting
Some foods …
Allergies can show themselves through various skin reactions. The
main reactions are rashes (small bumps or larger red patches),
hives (also called urticaria; itchy, red raised patches on the
skin), or eczema (also called atopic dermatitis; an itchy, weeping
rash). These symptoms can have various ca…
Various insects can cause allergic reactions. Wasps, honey bees, hornets, yellow jackets and ants are the insects most likely to cause strong allergic reactions. Some biting insects (mosquitoes, flies, lice, kissing bugs and fleas) can cause allergies as well because they inject saliva to thin the b…
Allergies can show themselves in a number of ways -- runny noses,
ear infections, digestive disorders, irritability, hyper- and
hypo-activity, and such. Adults are often more sensitive to "not
feeling right" than children are, so look for indicators such as
changes in behavior or chronic/repeated si…
Blood tests can be done to look for elevated white blood cell
counts, level of particular antibodies, or for reactions with
allergen extracts. Blood tests are not 100% reliable and, to get
good results, must be done by highly trained lab technicians. Some
doctors use these tests, while others prefer…
One treatment for inhalant allergies is desensitization. This is
not available for food allergies. In desensitization treatment, the
patient is injected with small, dilute extracts of the inhalant
allergens. The dosage is gradually built up, until the body is less
sensitive to the allergen. This is …
Allergies are an immune system reaction to substances that don't harm most people. This can include pollens, dust, foods, cosmetics, and such. The body produces antibodies to neutralize the foreign substance, which triggers the release of histamine, which produces what we see as allergies or asthma.…
I have a cat and have allergy problems partly related to this. I've discussed it with my doctor and there was no permanent 'cure' that he could recommend. But taking Allegra or Claritin for general allergy problems will work for pet allergies as well. In a severe case you can keep your pet outside, …
Asthma and allergies as far as the relation. Allergies tend to
trigger histamine to be released which can cause swelling, rashes,
itching, etc. The swelling can have the side effect of fluid
accumulation from mucus membranes. Asthma is a constriction of tiny
muscles deep in the lungs, as they constr…
It is very common. Allergies are HEREDITARY! They sometimes don't show up until later in life. Your parents don't have to be allergic to lets say peanuts if you are. As long as ONE person in your whole family tree is allergic to something and you are related to them by blood, then you can develop th…
I would say that it's very likely a liver problem. RPM Paris France
Yes. In every persons body there are receptors. They are in the entire body. Allergens act on these receptors causing inflammation. An allergy is only a heightened reaction to a stimulant. Some are worse than others. These inhibitors work with the para-sympathetic nervous symptom to counteract the r…
Yes. When you notice it take your usual allergy medicine. Also, put an ice pack on the swollen area. Swelling should reduce.
See your doctor/emergency center if:
You do not know that you suffer from allergies
swelling doesn't reduce within one hour of treatment
Chocolate allergies have several possible symptoms. A red bumpy rash is among them. Some others are:
See the related link below for more information on chocolate allergies and the symptoms.
I lived with rash allergies for several years. Not just little itchy spots, big welts covering my torso, legs & arms. Along with cutting out the 10-12 major allergy producing foods (shell fish, milk, excess citrus), I FOUND A DOCTOR WHO FOUND MY THYROID LEVELS "LOW-NORMAL". BY STARTING THYROID M…
Unfortunately, chemicals are very present in our everyday lives.
There is no commonality in the reactions of people with autoimmune
diseases, but trial and error often helps you figure out how to
manage your own.
Your home and its furnishings should be chosen carefully. For
example, tile is better …
If your "bad spots" are itchy bumps that are slow to disappear and NOT hives, and they seem related to your wheat/gluten consumption, then you might have the skin rash that sometimes accompanies Celiac Disease. It is called Dermatitis Herpetiformis (DH). If the spots are hives, then you might have w…