It is very normal to have some cramping during pregnancy. If it is severe or continues for a long period of time, see your doctor.
Jillian has had PCOS, polycistic ovarian syndrome, and endometriosis since she was 16. This makes it very difficult to get pregnant. And if she were to get pregnant, it would be a tough pregnancy and risky for the baby and herself. She COULD get pregnant, but it would require surgery. And even then, it would still be tough and there's recovery.
It's possible you may be pregnant, however it's also possible you are suffering hormonal Migraine or premenstrual syndrome. Any change in headache pattern is cause to get to your physician or headache specialist soon for appropriate diagnosis and treatment.
The primary symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome are abdominal pain, bloating and discomfort. Others include constipation and diarrhea. Abdominal cramping and diarrhea could be symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
They have the same options as if the mother was hveing a normal baby.
Possible multiple and if none seen on ultrasound you could possibly have vanishing twin syndrome.
Often there are no symptoms, but if there are it could be cramping and symptoms similar to a miscarriage.
Anything is possible but this would be very unusual.
Fetal alcohol syndrome and possible still birth. Death is a better than a life with fetal alcohol syndrome.
Irritable bowel syndrome is a chronic gastrointestinal disorder. It is not contagious. Some of the symptoms are abdominal cramping, diarrhea, constipation, and change in bowel movements.
Yes, some can.
No. Downs Syndrome is a genetic disorder.
Yes, it is possible but it is very unlikely. If you had two parents with Down Syndrome, you would have an 80% chance that your child would have Down Syndrome. [In the UK, Down Syndrome is known as Down's Syndrome.]
It is rare, but it is possible. We all look different!
It is possible that Albert Einstein had Klinefelter's Syndrome
She has Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Ideal weight is based on length, gender, bone structure and musculature. Other metabolic factors aren't considered. PCOS makes it harder to achieve ideal weight, but doesn't change the goal value.
No, It is so not possible.
Kate couldn't get pregnant due to polycystic ovary syndrome. So, they used fertility treatment to get pregnant.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a functional disturbance of the lower intestine that can cause bloating, cramping, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, and painful bowel movements.
A pregnant woman with Marfan should also receive genetic counseling regarding the 50% risk of having a child with the syndrome.
calcium may decrease both irritability and bloating, may reduce cramping.
down's syndrome is more likely