How do you clear acne while in your first trimester of pregnancy?
Try witch hazel, its like a natural astringent.
yes, it is perfectly fine.
Yes. You can take it in pregnancy. But as such to be avoided in first trimester of pregnancy as far as possible.
No, it is completely normal to not get any pregnancy symptoms during the first trimester. Some women never get any pregnancy symptoms, while others get every symptom known to man.
The first three months while your baby is busy developing
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The first trimester goes until the 12th or 13th week of pregnancy, depending on who you ask. Some people consider the end of the 1st trimester to be 12 weeks, while others think it is 13.
what if you ve takin phendimetrazine in your first trimester of pregnancy? is it really dangerous to the fetus:"?
yes but you might find it quite difficult when you only have a month to go.
The baby will likely be fine but your skin might be more sensitive and burn more easily
No, spotting after straining on the toilet is not normal in the first trimester. Any spotting or bleeding during pregnancy is not considered to be normal. While it could be implantation bleeding, it would be wise to get examined by your doctor or obstetrician.
Fluconazole preparation comes in tablet of 150 mg or 300 mg. Fluconazole should be avoided in first trimester of pregnancy. You should try the local preparations of clotrimazole or miconazole. I have been occasionally using this preparation after first trimester of pregnancy without any side effects.
Many women experience little or no nausea at all during pregnancy. Others are sick every day from beginning to end. The majority seem to get sick in their first trimester and leave it behind by the second trimester. This is just one of those things that varies pregnancy by pregnancy so, even if you were not sick one single day with your first child, you could be throwing up every day of your pregnancy with… Read More
The baby's gender can usually be determined by ultrasound in the mid to late second trimester of the pregnancy. The baby's gender usually begins to develop during the latter half of the first trimester (about 8 weeks).
Yes, erythromycin is safe in pregnancy, and while breastfeeding
During your first trimester of pregnancy you tend to have just about the same pains as those on your menstruation. So no need to panic not unless you feel the same pain for over 7 weeks on your pregnancy.
During pregnancy Basil should not be taken in any form. Although the side effects of taking basil during pregnancy are not known still it should be avoided especially in the first trimester.
Yes it is possible. Some women have a lot of yeast infections during pregnancy while others can have a lot of UTIs. Usually thought UTIs are present during the third trimester, not the first. Do a pregnancy test and treat the UTI.
If you are not "showing" very much you could probably suck your gut in for a little while, but it would be very hard to hold, especially when sitting down. If you are using the "suck your gut" method to hide your pregnancy, that probably isn't the best idea for you, and you should look into ways to break the news to your parents.
You should NEVER take Apo-Metronidazole during the first trimester, but the third trimester of pregnancy is still up for debate, and therefor not recommended by most doctors. You should speak to your doctor about the risks and benefits of taking the medicine while pregnant. Always talk to your doctor about medication issues if you're not sure.
yes , in the first trimester
Safety of this drug is not established in pregnancy. So it should not be used in first trimester. To use it onwards depends upon the benefit in individual patient and your physician will decide the same.
Vicodin is very safe drug to be used in pregnancy and has nothing to do with show up of of meconium. Since Thalidomide tragedy, medical science has come a long journey and Qualified Doctors know about safe drugs to be used in pregnancy. Doctor takes very much precautions while prescribing drugs in first trimester of pregnancy, when all organs of baby being formed. (From the day 18 to 56 of gestation.)
The corpus luteum produces progesterone during the time that the placenta is forming, about the first trimester. After the placenta is mature, it will continue to produce progesterone while the corpus luteum degenerates. Progesterone is an important pregnancy hormone. Pregnancy cannot continue without it.
Yes, everyone is different. Some people never experience any pregnancy symptoms, while others have every sypmtom known to man. Not being tired is completely normal.
The treatment for trich during pregnancy is the same as for nonpregnant patients. Treatment may be delayed if the woman is in the third trimester.
Can you actually see and feel the cervix in the vaginal opening during the first trimester of pregnancy?
A woman can feel the cervix anytime. It feels a lot like the end of your nose, except the cervix has one slit as the opening. A woman cannot see her own cervix, though.
Of course it's normal. Actually, it's quite usual. Most women feel nauseous during the first trimester of pregnancy and because of it it's completely normal not to feel hungry all the time. The sensation of constant hunger appears late in the pregnancy.
Make sure there is no alcohol in Nyquil!! No amount of alcohol is safe in pregnancy. Medications that are safe in the third trimester of pregnancy may not be safe in the first, so you should check with your doctor. Depending on your symptoms, you should be able to take something that will help you to feel better.
not safely (maybe just walking in the first trimester)
It is ABSOLUTELY normal to have some cramping during pregnancy! Especially during the first trimester. The last answer stated that it is NOT normal, and could be early labor. This WikiAnswer thing is dangerous. If you have questions about your pregnancy, don't rely on strangers and laypeople for answers. Consult a doctor.
It will progressively darken. I think it starts around the third trimester and it does take a while for it to disappear after you give birth.
While most pregnant women do become more gassy in the last trimester - passing gas is not considered a sign of pregnancy.
No it can not hurt the baby while ovulalting. You should stop after the first trimester .
It is not a good idea to take hot showers, baths or sit in saunas or hot tubs throughout pregnancy. In the first trimester, the rise in body temperature can contribute to the formation of neural tube defects (such as spina bifida) and later in pregnancy, the heat can lead to dehydration. It is best to just avoid them!
Yes its full of vitamins and nutriments and as its a food and not a herb can be taken safely through out pregnancy especially helpful in the 1st trimester :)
Yes, providing it isn't heavy or very painful
Some women have cramping throughout the entire first trimester, while other don't. The cramping is usually caused by the uterus stretching and their body getting used to being pregnant.
If you have a client in her second trimester of pregnancy what conditions should be referred to a physician?
While there are many things to consider when massaging a female during her pregnancy, most situations are very minor, except one that can be a major concern, and that is the signs and symptoms of pre-eclemsia.
It is safe to eat chocolates of good company in pregnancy. But avoid too many, in first trimester and better eat the natural food. Because in these first three months, all the organs are being formed, you need a natural food without artificial coloring and flavoring agents.
nausea is usually caused by the rapid change in hormone levels while pregnant. it usually settles by the 2nd trimester....but some get sickness worse than others.
As with all drugs, the damage done to unborn children is the most severe while not limited to the third trimester, or last three months of the pregnancy.
You can take paracetamol while pregnant. But not as freely as when you are not pregnant, specially during first trimester.
A national survey found that more than half of women age 15-44 drank while pregnant. Of the women who reported drinking during their pregnancy, 66% reported drinking in their first trimester; 54% reported drinking in their third trimester. FAS is estimated to occur in 1 to 2 live births per every 1,000 in the United States each year.
Most women on their first trimester tend to have pains that resemble period pains that is bound to be normal but it needs to be monitored by your gynaecologists. If it goes beyond 6-7weeks though, the doctor should be looking out for you often to make sure the pregnancy is healthy.
If you have a period while your pregnant, this may be a sign of something else going on. If your eight months pregnant, it's probably early labor. If your in your first trimester of pregnancy, then there's something else going on and you need to get to the doctor immediately.
No, Spina Bifida develops in the first trimester while a baby is in the womb.
It's always ok. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
The ONLY time nipples should have discharge is during pregnancy, and typically in the last trimester only. Ask your doctor to make sure there is no problem. Generally, discharge during pregnancy is NOT a sign of breast cancer.
Every woman (and every pregnancy) is unique. Some experience some of the symptoms very strongly, while others don't experience them at all. I do know that the lack of morning sickness in the first trimester is associated with a higher rate of miscarriage, but that is not to say that if you don't get sick that you will miscarry. Try not to worry, and enjoy your pregnancy!
This is usually a symptom in the last trimester - due to the increased size of the baby in the womb, pressure on the sciatic nerve or discomfort of ligaments due to hormones.