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Ask questions here about reasons for concerns during your pregnancy such as pre-eclampsia, spotting during pregnancy, miscarriages, cramping, etc.
Bleeding While PregnantHere are opinions and answers from FAQ Farmers:No. It does not mean you're going to lose the baby. I had the same thing at 10 weeks, had an ultrasound that showed the clot, and the baby is fine. It is a blood clot, which will likely bleed out or get absorbed by your body. Only…
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Answer I am not a physician but I have had this problem. I was almost four months pregnant before I knew it because I had a period ALL NINE MONTHS! My doctor said that it wasn't common but not unheard of. He said it was probably because of my age (38) when I got pregnant and also that I was on a …
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The only thing that can be done is to surgically remove four inches from each one of your legs. You don't want to do that. Being 5'9" isn't so bad.   My daughter could have written the above answer. She was 5'9 at 14 and hasn't grown much more. she is now 18 and 5'10. When she was 14 she wa…
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There is no term for that since living in or near a large city does not correlate with miscarrying.
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I have a moderate form of spina bifida, called meningocele, and hydrocephalus but am quite independent. However, I depend on others to drive me places. I also use crutches to walk and anything further than 100 metres requires the use of a wheelchair. I also need to wear splints in order to be able t…
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I haven't seen anything recommending vitamins before pregnancy, but all during pregnancy is recommended. And of course, if you have any vitamin deficiencies in general, you should take care of yourself. Of course, because it is hard to know exactly when you become pregnant, if you are trying to get …
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Gestational diabetes occurs during pregnancy in under 10% of women. There are few symptoms and it is usually diagnosed during normal blood tests done when you become pregnant. It is easily controlled but if left untreated can cause growth abnormalities in the offspring.Gestational Diabetes is when a…
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not in th UK and i doubt in the us either
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Gestational diabetes usually occurs around 2nd trimester and will be resolved only after giving birth.
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Complications arise in pregnancy when the mother is Rh negative and her partner is Rh positive. If he is Rh negative there will be no complications from Rh incompatibility (hemolytic disease).While the mother's and baby's blood systems are separate there are times when the blood from the baby can en…
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You only have two arteries and one vein.
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Insulin dependent gestational diabetes is diabetes in pregnancy that must be treated with insulin. Some women may have milder cases and can lower their blood sugar through diet and exercise. Others need extra insulin to combat high blood sugar levels in pregnancy.
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It's really a 50/50 shot as every woman is different and every pregnancy is different. It really depends on what the complications were.
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Ultrasounds are not invasive at all and will not harm you or your baby. If your baby measures 7 weeks but you think you are 9 weeks it could be a number of things. First off, every baby grows at their own pace and 2 weeks won't make much of a difference in the end. Also, it's not exact science. You …
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Diabetes brought about by being pregnant.
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If they have started their period, then physically yes, otherwise no. An 11-year-old child is too young emotionally to cope with giving birth and although physically able if started her periods, is not fully developed, and will have complications involved in giving birth that can be damaging to her …
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when it is born and separated from the placenta
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Hormones produced during pregnancy can interfere with a woman's insulin production. She may need more insulin to process the glucose in her blood. Higher levels of glucose can cause hyperglycemia. Some women with gestational diabetes can control their blood sugar through diet and exercise, others ma…
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Hormons in pregnancy interfere with the effectiveness of insulin, which regulates sugar levels in the body. A pregnant woman's body can become "insulin resistant" or diabetic, also known as gestational diabetes. Some women have mild cases that can be treated with diet and exercies, others may have t…
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You will have big baby that will need a c-section.
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Risk for a large baby
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Gestational diabetes occur only while pregnant while the other one not.
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Your doctor will order oral glucose tolerance test or fasting blood sugar test.
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There is no way to completely avoid gestational diabetes. Every woman's body is different and reacts to pregnancy differently. But reducing your risk of diabetes in general (healthy eating, exercise) is a good idea at any phase of life.
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Cessation of menstruation,bloatedness, tachycardia, urinary frequency,tired easily, nausea and vomiting.
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the hair is called lanugo hair.
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29 weeks
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It can actually raise a lot of complication's. The mother/baby is more likely to experience preclapsia, placental abruption, high birth weight, cesarean section, epesiotomy, brain damage, umbilical cord collapse and knots,and stillbirth just to name a few.Most dr will induce labor by 42 weeks.
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Every woman is different and every pregnancy is different. You may never experience one of these but then you may have every last one. Most depend on your personal heredity and health. 1.hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), or severe morning sickness. 2.Rh Negative Disease 3.Group B Strep 4.Pretrem Labo…
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Abdomen is not enlarging, no fetal heart tone, no fetal movements and etc.
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They are technically a fetus all the way up until they are born, then they are a baby.
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This is an ultrasound scan of ovaries to detect ovulation
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Those at risk for gestational diabetes include: - overweight - family history of diabetes - high risk ethnic group - history of insulin resistance/prediabetes - previously giving birth to a big baby (over 9 pounds)
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Yes, you baby will have congenital hyperthyroidism or hyperplasia.
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Во время беременности могут возникнуть различные осложнения. Особенно эти осложнения бывают при беременностях женщин после 30 лет, подробно почитайте статью берем…
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No. Jackie Kennedy had her first miscarriage in 1955. She gave birth to a stillborn baby girl in 1956. She gave birth to Caroline in 1957. She had John Jr. in 1960. In 1963, she had a baby boy six weeks premature and he died two days later. His name was Patrick.
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TWin to twin tranfusion syndrome.
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Gestational diabetes is diabetes during pregnancy. Hormones produced during pregnancy can interfere with a woman's insulin production. She may need more insulin to process the glucose in her blood. Higher levels of glucose can cause hyperglycemia. Some women with gestational diabetes can control the…
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Eclampsia is a serious form of preeclampsia, is characterized by convulsions and sometimes coma Treatment for this condition is delivery of the fetus.
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Yes. The youngest fetus saved was 21 weeks, 6 days.
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Yes, After a certain age. But this will not harm the mother or the fetus unless the fetus consumes it feces (which can be okay but may need care after delivery). Usually when this happens it is a sign of stress in the baby, it is found when the amniotic sac breaks (or is broken by the medical attend…
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18 weeks into pregnancy :)
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Jacqueline Kennedy's first pregnancy resulted in a miscarriage. Her second pregnancy resulted in the stillbirth of her daughter, who was said by the Kennedys later to be named Arabella Kennedy. The fifth pregnancy of Jacqueline Kennedy resulted in the premature birth and death two days later of Patr…
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I'm no doctor but I'm sure this is placenta previa.... have you been told this is happening to you? my mum had this with my little brother, there are varying degrees of the condition, best case - they keep an eye on you and you carry on as normal, worst case you may have to have a c-section ...... y…
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I believe it is an anterior placenta
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Very serious problem,requires urgent surgery to remove the foetus before the tube and the patient suffer irreversable damage
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There are complications after an abortion because of the poisons that goes into the uterus to kill the baby, goes into the blood streams and causes infections. Also, because of the baby not growing up all the way, distracts the other organs to mess up., and that may cause a complication too. It real…
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Significant pain to the mother
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The test for gestational diabetes, also called a glucose screening test, is typically administered between the 24th and 28th week of pregnancy.
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You let a cotton swab on fire and stick it up your anus.
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No type O and type A blood groups will not cause a complication in pregnancy.
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Your cervix is slightly thinner than it should be at 21 weeks - if you are having no symptoms this could be normal for you - if you are having contractions or bleeding your doctor may want to put a small thread in your cervix to prevent dilation or he may keep you on bed rest to see if the situation…
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If you have been coughing because you have a illness there are chances the baby will have it too but that is something you will have to discuss with your doctor. If it's just normal coughing or from a cold, it's normal and will not affect the baby in any way.
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Meconium is the baby's first bowel movement and it is a thick green tar-like substance. For most babies, meconium is released shortly after they are born. However, some babies release meconium during labor and delivery. When a woman is in labor, her doctor will be able to tell if the baby has had a …
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Amniotic fluid.
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It can be difficult to determine if you have gestational diabetes from symptoms alone. Some common ones are fatigue, thirst and possibly yeast infections (because of higher sugar levels). The best way to know is to take the blood glucose screening at your doctor's office.
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Weakness, dizziness and loss of consciousness for the mother, intrauterine growth restriction and brain damage do to low oxygen levels for the baby. Keeping your iron (RBC) level normal during pregnancy is very important for fetal health.
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Yes, it is possible. They are only human and are subject to mistakes and flaws of judgement. If you feel that this has happened to you tell them and have them re-do the exam or seek a second opinion with another dr.
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Doctors typical test for gestational diabetes around week 24 to 28 of a woman's pregnancy. If you have a history of diabetes you may be tested earlier.
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It can be.If you feel that you may be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see your dr.
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Keep having s3x
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The chances of a child being born with light blue skin are improbable. However, a condition commonly known as "Blue Baby Syndrome" can occur when there is a difference in Rh factor between mother and child. The baby's skin is not actually blue in color, but appears blue because of the lack of oxygen…
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First of all if you are a guy, nothing is going to help. second of all, vitamins don't get you pregnant, go have a long talk with your mother.if you are a woman trying to conceive, folic acid and multi vitamins help your chances of getting pregnant. ask a doctor or pharmacist which ones would be ri…
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Anytime that you feel that you may be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test.However if you feel that you may be pregnant and are having a significant amount of bleeding or cramping you should see a Dr or go to the ER immediately.
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Yes you can. However if you feel that you may be having an ectopic pregnancy you should see a Dr or go to the ER right away as it is life threatening.
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It is the brand name of the medical abortion pills.
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excessive bleeding, improper fit of joined bone ends, pressure on nearby nerves, delayed healing, and a permanent incomplete healing of the fracture
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nothing would happen once the sperm hits air it dies
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Yes and you should let your Dr know about it.
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your belly will grow as bigger than a single child
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Yes, this is called a missed miscarriage or an early miscarriage.
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when i was pregnant with my first child, rib pain was awful. i was signed off work for a month, could sit down, sleep or anything but with lots of rest it passes. all to do with the drastic body changes, they told me.
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It is so the baby's head can fit through the mother when its ready to deliever. It's nothing to do with not eating the right amount of food.
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You should take a home pregnancy test. If it is negative you should still see a Dr.
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You should check with your Dr before becoming pregnant again. You are at a higher risk for it happening again if you've experienced it once.
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Seeing your Dr before trying to get pregnant, starting prenatal vitamins, eating healthy, exercising regularly, and learning to chart your cycle to learn when your most fertile times are. See related link.
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It depends on how far advanced the pregnancy is. If it's early enough, the woman will miscarry, or if it's further, it will be stillborn.
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You could get pregnant or contract an std.
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Usually, around 3 or 4 months.
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No the uterus is lodged in the pelvis - even during childbirth - the exception being after a cesarian section - the doctor may pull the uterus out during the repair after birth. If bleeding should occur massaging the uterus may help slow the bleeding. In the recovery room following delivery a woman …
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There is not enough information in the question to directly answer it. If the question meant to say "Can two people with RH+ and RH- blood type have children?" the answer is twofold... If the mother is RH+ and the father is RH-, there will be no problem. If, however, the mother is RH- and the fat…
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Need to get into my doc asap. Hard thing is we were going back to Chicago (where we just moved from) to visit tomorrow for the weekend. I get so worried about this contraction stuff. Im a really high risk pregnancy, and since moving I have been to a couple Perinatologists (high risk pregnancy docto…
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Likely because that is the time during gestation when their bodies are already under higher stress from the pregnancy demands. This makes any other "big projects", like fighting infections more stressful on the body's systems. The exact reason why pregnant women are at higher risk for complications …
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This anomaly can happen to anyone, it is not genetic.
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Not unless there is significant scarring in the uterus. A low lying placenta is often found during the second trimester - as the uterus expands in the third trimester, the placenta will migrate higher, away from the cervix.
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It sounds like you could have a UTI or yeast infection. Both are very common in pregnancy. Just call your Dr and tell them what is happening.
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Common complications of cerebral aneurysms that leak include hydrocephalus (the excessive accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid) and persistent spasms of blood vessels that adversely affect the maintenance of arterial blood pressure.
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I don't know how young of a mother you're referring too but if the mother is say under 16 the biggest risk isn't to the child but to herself. Most girls are done growing at age 16 and their bodies are pretty much developed as they would be in their adult state. So their pregnancies should continue f…
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Hormones from the placenta interfere with the effectiveness of insulin (another hormone produced by the pancreas) during pregnancy, causing gestational diabetes.
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