If you are in labor and live 45 minutes away from the hospital when should you leave to go to the hospital?
You should go to the doctor in compliance with the order of your Obstetrician. Usually, women go to the Doctor when their contractions are regular and predictable. You also have to factor in inclement weather and unforseen circumstances. Consult your Doctor. Answer if you are in labor then who ever is near you should get in the car and drive you to the hospital asap so the you may give birth
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What can you do when you've been pregnant 3 times don't have any warning when going into labor and only feel contractions after water breaks which only leaves you 30 minutes to get to a hospital?
\n. Each pregnancy is different, and each person's experience with labor is different. Generally the more babies you deliver, the shorter the time from when labor begins unti…l you deliver the baby.\n. Answer . Your doctor doesn't sound very competent because with having experienced your three previous pregnancies without much warning your doctor should have you in the hospital closer to the due date.. However it appears that you have no complications when giving birth and you could always have the ambulance come to your home and they will help with the delivery.
Answer . I am so sorry to hear about this.. It's not recommended and if it's possible you should be in the hospital for at least 3 - 4 days to be sure there are no infecti…ons or complications. This was a trauma to your body and mind and you need peace and quiet and let your body and mind heal.
If not your a selfish person, go out with her. A 20 min drive is nothing... i drive to my girlfriends dorm everyday almost that is 50 mins away. If you dont go out with a girl… for that dont be sad when you realize your missing out. You must make sacrifices in order to keep a relationship alive
\nYES....!\nIf you are in doubt, call the ER Nurse at the hospital and ask for their advice. Do so quickly because you are at risk of hemorrhaging.
Whenever you're water breaks, or you can just feel the baby coming. Call a doctor if this doesn't give you enough information about you're baby. I'm not an expert! Sorry. Wh…en your water breaks, when your contractions are steady 4-5 minutes apart lasting around 45 seconds to 1 minute each for about 30 minutes to an hour and gaining in intensity. When you cannot get through a task that would take about 45 minutes because of the pain is a good indicator.
First, call the insurance company. Get past the schmuck answering the phone and speak to someone who can make a decision and grant an exception or appeal. If that fails, get c…ool with the doctor and he may be able to help with some "generic" conditions that fall within the coverage of your insurance. Bigger issue would be why are they telling you to leave? If your condition is not covered by your insurance plan, you're only delaying the inevitable. Change your plan if you can.
Your body will know when it's time to go, but to not get sent back home you should be experiencing contractions that are very intense, that are about 4-5 minutes apart that ar…e lasting 45 seconds to a minute apart for at least 30 minutes consistently. You are going to go into a triage area when you get to the hospital where they are going to put you on monitors to make sure that you are having that pattern I said above, and if you are not, they will send you home. So to avoid that runaround. Be patient, the baby will come. Please follow the instructions given to you by your doctor / midwife regarding when to call and when to show up at the hospital. The above answer is good general information but as every woman is different, so is every labor. .
Yes. If you have chronic pain, anxiety, disease symptoms, or loss of mobility, you should consult a medical professional at a hospital or clinic. There may be simple treatment…s that can help.
If you are ill, it is a good idea to see a doctor to make sure that the illness is not very serious even if you decide not to go to the hospital. Sometimes if you do not get c…hecked by a professional it can lead to more serious damage and a harder time recovering.
When you can't breathe.
Yes, you should to be on the safe side. Younever know, most commonly by a bite from an infected animal but occasionally by other forms of contact. Rabies is almost invariab…ly fatal The rabies virus infects the central nervous system, ultimately causing disease in the brain and death. The early symptoms of rabies in people are similar to that of many other illnesses, including fever, headache, and general weakness or discomfort. Also rabies virus is transmitted through the saliva of an infected mammal, or host. Contact with the eyes, nose or mouth can technically pass on the virus, but these instances are rare. A bite from the host is the most likely and common way for an animal or person to contract rabies. The infected saliva travels through the nerves and spinal cord towards the brain. The virus then incubates in the body for 3 to 8 weeks (depending on species), with no symptoms of the disease present. Once the brain is infected by rabies, the virus multiplies and spreads to the salivary glands and the symptoms of rabies appear. hope this answers you Question
Personally I would go to a doctor just to make sure you or a friend does not have a concusion.
With a head injury you should have hospital treatment as soon as possible due to the fact that there may be skull damage. its been sometime since the incident then contact you…r Doctor first and they can refer for further investigation
go to the hospital, even if it is nothing its better to be safe than sorry ^^go to the doctors first and see if its anything to worry about , i agree with the above tho. ask …utha people for there opinions. hope yu feel betta soon!
you should go to the hospital if u are ill or have a disease that you cannot cure yourself
Procedures to be follow: a. Assessment should be done. b. Infectious patients should be admitted to the private labor room. c. Screening of the patients d. Strict isol…ation precautions e. Patient care items must be labeled to eliminate cross contamination f. Use best mobility tools for transferring the patients from one place to another place.
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