Is it safe to use Anusol suppositories and cream if you have piles and think you're pregnant?
You need to ask your OB about this. Some things are safe and others are not.
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Answer . \nSome will say yes but I say no. Any chemicals you put on your body (nail polish etc.) will be absorbed.\nIf you must get one maybe go without the polish and jus…t get them shaped.\n. \nRemember there are tons of bad chemicals in every day things such as shampoo, toothpaste, dish liquid, detergent, air freshners, nail polish, Etc.\n. \nDo a search on the effects of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate on your and your babies health.\n. \nAlso PLEASE avoid splenda products. Do a search on them also. You will be gald you did.
Answer . Yes. There are several reasons that this can happen:. 1. A condition called "ectopic pregnancy" when an egg becomes lodged within a fallopian tube. A sonogram …can determine this.. 2. A condition called "hysterical pregnancy" when a woman might want to be pregnant but whose body is just mimicing the condition. Sometimes this happens when menopause occurs.. You might laugh about this one:. 3. Sometimes, if your male, you can feel sympathetic symptoms for a female that mimic pregnancy.. Hope this helps!
You need to take a pregnancy test to find out if you are pregnant or not. You can buy one at the supermarket or chemist or get one done at the doctor's or nurse's. If it's pos…itive and you're pregnant, you need to get booked in to see your doctor ASAP so that you and your baby can start receiving medical care. If you're on birth control pills you should stop taking them until you find out that you're not pregnant. You also should not smoke or drink alcohol or caffeine until you know you are not pregnant.
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Get a pregnancy test to ensure you are/arent pregnant! Then decide if you want to keep it or give it up for adoption. Some people say to have an abortion because the baby "isn…t" alive yet but it is if you took Biology yet its a bunch of cells. Also, my mom had me when she was 16 she got pregnant when she was 15 and at 16 she got a job moved out and went to school at night. She finished high school at night then got a job as an offfice assistant from there she worked her way up to office manager then to Human Resources manager all without going to college she has so much experience that it is equivelent to a degree. Also, don't just stop going to school if you think you can my mom tried to go back when I was 12 but she had two more kids since and plus work so my youngest brother is 11 right now and when he turns 18 she is going back to school. Also, with telling your parents I got pregnant last year and I just told my mom over the phone my breasts were sore and im natious. She said and?? Did you take a test? And I told her yes I did and Im pregnant and she actually surprised me and was happy. I thought she would be mad because she told me I can't make her a grandma til she turns 40 in 2015 and also Im in college but she wasnt. She was in shock though she went into work the next day and couldn't concentrate and they asked what was wrong and she told them and they let her go home. The next day and all throughout my pregnancy she was soo supportive even though she thought I should give it up for adoption and finish school. I havent stopped school and you can do the same! Just please don't kill your baby you will regret it in the future.
Yes, in some sense. That's the idea with birth control pills: they simulate some symptoms of pregnancy to fool your body so it does not think it can get pregnant again.
You can buy a pregnancy test at most drug stores, without an adult present. Take the pregnancy test a few days after you would get your period normally. If you are pregnant, y…ou will have to start considering your options.
yes to an extent, using it frequently is bad for your skin but i use it when i have breakouts and on really oily parts of my skin (usually my chin) but DO NOT use it frequentl…y or you will have tight dry skin which is very unappealing.
Answer To confirm whether you're pregnant or not, you need to take a pregnancy test. You can buy one at the supermarket or chemist or you can get one done at the doctor's. If… it's positive, it is important that you book an appointment to see your doctor so that you and your baby can receive healthcare. Answer You can contact Planned Parenthood in your area and have a test taken. They will then present your choices; keep it, give it away for adoption or have an abortion.
You get tested. Either buy an at-home test OTC, or make an appointment with an Ob/Gyn doctor.
Amoxicillin or azithromycin can be used to treat the chlamidia infection. It will not harm the pregnancy. Azithromycin has been used by the contributor for years during pregna…ncy and no adverse effect was noted in the newborns.
If you think you are pregnant you should get an HPT (home pregnancy test) as long as it is at least 2 weeks after you had sex. If you missed your period then there might be a …chance. Here are some symptoms i got off of a website: Food cravings Admittedly it's a clichÃ©, but food cravings sometimes can be a sign of pregnancy. Don't rely on a hankering for pickles and ice cream as a sure symptom of pregnancy - it may be all in your head, or even a sign that your body is deficient in certain nutrients - however, if cravings are accompanied by some of the other symptoms on this list, it could mean that you might be eating for two. What else it could mean: Poor diet, nutritional deficiency, stress, depression, or impending menstruation. Darkening of your areolas If the skin around your nipples darkens, you may be pregnant, though this may also mark a hormonal imbalance unrelated to pregnancy or be a leftover effect from a previous pregnancy. What else it could mean: Hormonal imbalance unrelated to pregnancy or may be a leftover effect from a previous pregnancy. Light bleeding or cramping Implantation bleeding can be one of the earliest pregnancy symptoms when, about six to twelve days after conception, the embryo burrows into the uterine wall. As a result of this, some women will experience implantation spotting - a slight staining of a pink or brown colour - as well as some cramping. You might mistake implantation bleeding for a very light period, as spotting can occur around the time you expect your period. What else it could mean: Actual menstruation, altered menstruation, changes in birth control pill, infection, or abrasion from intercourse. Frequent urination Once the embryo implants and begins producing the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) - the pregnancy sustaining hormone secreted by the embryo soon after conception - usually around six to eight weeks after conception - you may find yourself running to the bathroom more often. What else it could mean: Urinary tract infection, diabetes, increasing liquid intake, or taking excessive diuretics. Fatigue Feeling drowsy? No, make that absolutely wiped. High levels of the hormone progesterone experienced during pregnancy can make you feel as if you've run a marathon when all you've done is put in a normal day's work. This hallmark of early pregnancy can appear as soon as the first week after conception (before a positive pregnancy test can be performed), but don't necessarily assume you're pregnant just because you're feeling exhausted. What else it could mean: Stress, exhaustion, depression, common cold or flu, or other illnesses can also leave you feeling drained. Tender, swollen breasts If you're pregnant, your breasts will probably become fuller and increasingly tender to the touch, similar to the way they may feel before your period, but more pronounced. These changes may begin as early as one to two weeks after conception. What else it could mean: Hormonal imbalance, birth control pills, impending menstruation (PMS) can also cause your breasts to be swell and become more sensitive. Nausea As early as a couple of days following conception, you may begin feeling nauseated and queasy; it will often show up between two to eight weeks after conception. Despite the common name of this well-known symptom of pregnancy (morning sickness) it doesn't only kick in during the morning hours: pregnancy-related nausea can be nettle any time of day or night. If you're lucky, morning sickness won't hit you until a few weeks after conception, and some women are lucky enough to escape it altogether. What else it could mean: Food poisoning, stress, or other stomach disorders can also cause you to feel queasy. Backaches and headaches Lower backaches and headaches may be symptoms that occur in early pregnancy as a result of the sudden rise of hormones. What else it could mean: Impending menstruation, stress, back problems, and physical or mental strains, dehydration, caffeine withdrawal, eye strain. A missed/different period When you become pregnant, your next period should be missed. Many women experience bleeding while they are pregnant, but usually the bleeding will be shorter or lighter than a normal period. If you have been sexually active, are late and usually experience clockwork visits from Aunt Flo, it's worth trying a pregnancy test. What else it could mean: Excessive weight gain/loss, fatigue, hormonal imbalance, tension, stress, stopping birth control pill, or breast-feeding. Positive pregnancy test A positive home pregnancy test is the most definitive sign that you're in the family way. Most home tests recommend waiting to test until at least the first date of a missed period to ensure that adequate amounts of hCG. But if you think you are pregnant you should talk to your parents, or your doctor.
take a pregnancy test if you are pregnant then it will set your mind at rest if your not then you will stop thinking you are because you will know your not.
yes definetely safe , what not to eat during pregnancy is listed here http://www.easyninemonths.com/pregnancy_diet.htm
Yes you can use laxatives but start with the mild ones and if you need stronger ask your doctor.