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Answer Not necessarily, each pregnancy and delivery is different. Answer no sometimes there are reasons for a early delivery and maybe there was a r…eason for the baby coming it has nothing to do with your next child. Answer If your first child was preterm there may be a recurrent reason. If it was just a couple of weeks before due date then it would make no difference to your next child.
Answer my step sister had a baby and she had her first ultra sound at 2 months so yes i believe it's still early. Actually I had an Ultrasound done at 5 weeks and …5 days. They were able to see the sac, baby and pick up the heart beat at 122 bpm. So no, it it not too early to get an ultrasound.
Answer My father owned a 22 cal Colt, in 1936. It was hammerless, with a folding trigger. It was nickel plated. The name on the barrel said ¨´n…ew born baby. I woul like to find one for my collection.
If you have herpes 3 months prior to getting pregnant, you body has developed antibodies and it is less likely that you would pass it to the fetus. If you get infected while p…regnant you could pass it to the fetus. It is important if you have herpes that you let your doctor know. Herpes is typically transferred to the baby during labor through the birth canal. If you have an outbreak during labor they will do a C-Section.
Pre = before It is early Pre-mature babies (that are born earlier than normal) are much smaller and weigh less than those who are born on time, or late.
Not if he/she is supporting his/herself. The problems with bowleggedness occur when parents "force" their children too early. If he/she is walking without support, it wo…uld seem that he/she is ready to explore and can do so without your assistance. Your baby would not be standing/walking unsupported if it was uncomfortable. All babies develop at their own pace. Mine was walking at 8 months. No problems so far & the doctor has not expressed any concern. Good luck & CHILDPROOF EVERYTHING
my nephew was born 3 months early. you could like hold him in like just your hand and his but would be half way down your arm. he like only weighed about 4lbs. hes was …TINY.
The earliest recorded birth was 24w6d, and this baby is still alive and thriving! With medical advances these dates are earlier and earlier.
That is very dependant on both the current health of the baby and the mother. I delivered four healthy babies at 33 +4 weeks, with no long term complication. From m…emory after 29 weeks there is a 90% survival rate.
Because the baby's body would not be fully developed and needs to have speicial care. :):):)
Your baby will naturally suckle at the breast even after introducing a bottle. You just need to be persistent in offering the breast when your baby is hungry. He/she will lear…n to latch on, but it may take several attempts. It is much easier for a baby to suck milk from the bottle, so sometimes, the baby may resist the breast. Just keep trying every time your baby shows signs of being hungry.
Unless she got veterinary attention she may have died.
baby is to early if it is born bfore the 34th week... it will not survive
Baby Early Gorman was born on May 17, 1906, in New Jersey, USA.