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Why a 7 month old fetus has more chance to survive after premature delivery than an 8 months old fetus?
Answer well since i been doing research on fetuses, my girlfriend is pregnant i believe that a 7 month old fetus can survive preterm birth because of development, so do…es the 8 month old fetus, but i believe the 8 month old fetus can't survive because it was almost born, i guess. Personally, I haven't heard of this, and can't find it in any of the medical textbooks I have. An 8 month fetus has more chance of survival than a 7 month old fetus because it is more developed. The weeks just before full term birth, the baby is working on lung development. Neither than 7 month old nor the 8 month old has full lung capacity development... and actually the 7 month old hasn't even started much on this one. It really depends on any other complications that arise. If the 8 month fetus has more complications, say because of genetics or trauma besides the pre-term delivery, it would have a lesser chance of survival compared to a 7 month fetus that has little or no complications, either genetics or trauma. Both fetus are at risk for pre-mature illnesses and the normal complications that stem from being delivered early. In either case, medical technology has advanced quite far in these times. Both fetus have a chance for survival with various treatments, medications, machines, and procedures, depending on the needs of the preemie and the stage of development, as well as post-partum circumstances that arise. It is still true, however, that the further along you can carry the baby, the better chance of survival it has because it has been able to be more developed. This is why, if you are too early, and you have true labor pains, the doctor will give you medication to stop the labor and thus give the baby more time to develop in utero.
take 1 tbs of rice, 1 tbs of green grams, 1 tbs of tur dal, 1 tbs of malts and rost all of them and make powder. add 3 tbs of powder with little water and boil and make …a paste of it. add litl carrots and palak to it, add litl ghee and salt. it gives lot of energy to babies. Bananas, Boiled eggs and boild corn is also good good.
The weight for each baby is different. There are babies that eat more than others and therefore weigh more. Also what they eat can effect the weight change
Theres no real answer to that, as many factors come into account. Such as hygiene, general health and life support equipments.
If you are tradional weaning, then formula baby food can be found in grocery stores and supermarkets. There are a variety of purees and flavours depending on your babies age. … If you are baby-led weaning that you have a greater range of options - as your baby can mostly eat whatever you have. This obviously works within reason, you can't offer your baby junk food - though you can do healthier alternatives, and you must check before offering. Items such as shellfish, chocolate and honey should not introduced before they are 1 year old and excessive salt and sugar must always be monitored. Search for BLW and you will find many supportive forums and information from other parents.
low, but not unheard of.
I am also a full time student, 21 and still live with my parents. I don't really get any help from the dad other him getting him diapers and wipes but he has not really helped… me out with the medical bills. I also work as a waitress so i don't really get a paid a regular amount.
Many are against giving small children shellfish for fear of them being allergic. Most babies are okay to have prawns but in moderation.
This is not true as surfactant, which helps to keep the lungs open and prevents the tiny alveoli from sticking together, is not formed until 37 weeks gestation. The most commo…n lung problem in a premature baby is respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), also known as hyaline membrane disease (HMD).
8 month premature under normal circumstances. It's only better for the baby to be outside the uterus if there is insufficient oxygenation or placental abnormalities which are …very rare. Most OB's perform an induction or a c-section if those are discovered.
It's better to train before feeding as the dog is allert and does not want to sleep. Also the dog will want to have the training session when it learns that after training it …is food time.
Check your sources, I can tell you right now this is an untrue statement.
There is a difference between delivering at 7 and 8 months. It's not an old nurses tale. The difference is lung function. At 7 months the lungs are developed and have high sur…factant production. At 8 months the surfactant production slows because it is not needed immediately. It is better to deliver at 7 months because surfactant production is high, which means easier breathing for any child, regardless of race. Don't worry though, if you are 8 months, your MD may order a steroid injection to help you baby's lungs.
Why do babies born at full term have a better chance for survival than babies born a few months early?
Babies that are born on or relatively near their due date are "most of the time" healthier that premature babies. Premature babies are born before there due date by weeks or e…ven months. If they are born early, they wouldn't have grown to their full capability while still in their mom's stomach. Generally, if a woman is having early contractions and is heading into labor, the doctors will give her a medication to stop the pain/contractions. All in all, babies that are born premature aren't as fully grown as babies who are born on time.
Is it true that chances of baby making it at 8 months are slim than at 6 and 7 months and why is that?
That is backwards. A baby has a better chance of survival thelonger the fetus can proceed in the pregnancy, e.g. 9 months. So an8th month fetus has a far better chance than a …7 or 8 month fetus.
The risk of giving birth to preemie mature babies is very high. The percentage of babies that die each year due to preematurity is also very high. I am a mother who gave birth… to MICRO-PREEMIE TWIN BOYS who were born at only 24wks (which is only 5 months). They weighed only 660grams /1lb 7-1/2oz....They were on breathing machines, IV's, and lived inside of an isolet( incubator) for 4months. One of my twins had 4 surgeries after birth. We spent 138days (4months) in the Intensive Care Nursery. After a long rocky road we were able to go home New Years Eve 2011. They are now 15months old and are getting bigger and stronger each day.