No, you cannot get pregnant after menopause. Menopause is when your ovaries shut down because you are no longer fertile.
Most babies are born with the head coming out first. In the early phases of pregnancy the baby may move position from head up to head down and vice versa. When the head is down it is in the right position to be born.
Your baby is moving down the birth canal
Dilacid is not a word. Dilated means how much the cervix (or womb) has opened. Dilated pupil means that there is a disease of the eye, which is basically caused by slimming down of the dilator muscle of the iris.
If you were pregnant then you'd no longer have a menstrual cycle, if you don't understand that then you should in no way be having sex or sexually active to risk pregnancy. The menstrual cycle is your body preparing for possible pregnancy, when pregnant the cycle is shut down.
lie down in the bath with your ears uder the water like your washing your hair!! make sure its really quiet, first you will hear your heartbeat then you will hear the babys, you know its the babys because its double the speed of yours!!
alot of it depends of if this is your first of multiple pregnancy. has the baby dropped down in the birth canal or not. the baby could not be head first and could be laying sideways. there are too many unknowns here to answer correctly.
It just does(: it eats the baby's brain out like a zombie
If you test for it in pregnancy the test is called a CVS or an Amniocentesis. They test the amniotic fluid or a piece of the babys' placenta for the third 21st chromosome. After birth, they take some blood from the baby and run what is called a Karyotype. That test will count the chromosomes in the cells of the blood and if there are 3 21st chromosomes that means Down Syndrome
meat is no longer good if she is down.
There is no method by which you can increase the pregnancy rate in retroverted uterus.
If you are considering aborting a pregnancy then just get an abortion. it is safer for you.
It depends on how high your HCG level was. I had a loss in August and it took 4weeks to get back down to Zero. I had to keep having blood tests until it went down to five. So even tho it climbs really high really fast the decline takes longer.
A pregnancy with Down Syndrome would be the same as any other pregnancy. But, there's a chance that if the mother finds out that her child has Down Syndrome by having some testing done, she might become depressed.
Unless stressed, mares generally lay down to foal. Horses cannot lay down for prolonged periods and pregnancy is no exception.
Honestly I have never heard of such as this. When you dialate the baby comes down a little more. It keeps you from closing back up. Now it could very well be that you could close slightly but not shrink back down. Also sometimes a doctor or nurse measures you more than you have actually dialated--making you think you have dialated a lot and gone back down. It's just a common miscalculation though. But it is very discouraging when you are giving birth to your little one.AnswerYes, it is possible for your cervix to shrink down in between contractions. Pressure on the cervix when it is not fully dilated can cause it to swell and you will lose progress. This is why doctors do not advise you to push until you are fully dilated (10 cm).
Do a pregnancy test. Scroll down to related links and look at "Pregnancy test - Wikipedia".
A quantitative HCG done in early pregnancy is very helpful. If it doubles in 2 to 3 days, the pregnancy is normal. If it goes down instead of up, the pregnancy is not a good one. If it goes up or down only slightly, you may have an ectopic or tubal pregnancy.
A very good site for information about a chemical pregnancy call Count Down to Pregnancy. They explain it is nonmedical terms. Information about what a chemical pregnancy is and how it is diagnosed is available.
It means that the fetus has decended and the head is now in the posistion ready for delivery
no , its not
The renal pelvis is the dilated portion of the ureters that collects the urine.After the urine flows down the bladder. It is the place of some types of cancers.
The only difference between a phantom pregnancy and a real pregnancy is that with a phantom pregnancy you are not actually carrying a baby and you will usually have a period and a negative pregnancy test. You will have the same symptoms as a regular pregnancy and they can last at least as long as 7 months.Scroll down to related links and look at "False pregnancy - Wikipedia"