No I don't think so. It might be uncomfortable to you but God knew what he was doing when he made a woman to recreate. It is possible to carry your baby low in the pelvis. I am 29 weeks and I'm carying low so low that I was just at the hospital for preterm labor. So I have been put on bed rest and walking alot is very uncomfortable. So believe me you can carry low.
Some babies settle down in the pelvis of the pregnant woman. This is what happened to me. My baby was low my entire pregnancy.
Dangerous because the cervix may open due to the weight exerted by twins.
I've heard that it means you will have a baby girl.
This is not good because the weight of the baby will put pressure on the cervix and may open and will have a premature delivery.
It's possible but there is a low chance of survival.
If you carry low it's possibly a boy. If you carry high it's possibly a girl.
I have never heard of carrying a baby in the back. i have heard of carrying the baby very low which was my situation. I have heard of carrying the baby very high.
No, if your holding it high or low its how the egg actually attached itself after being fertilized
if the baby is in the right position a sonographer can usually tell what the sex is at your 22 week sonogram. they say if you carry the baby high it is a girl and if you carry a baby low it is a boy. that was how it was for me , but i wouldn't rely on it. with my son i carried really low and all out front and with my daughter i carried high and wide( she is the reason i now have love handles) also alot of women "just know". trust your instincts!!!!
coz a mother cant carry a 50 lb baby in her stomach it is dangerous and you can have a miscarriage!
Its a low part of the backbone, and forms the rear part of the pelvis.
There is the possibility that low bone density can increase health risks. One possible risk for those with low bone density is an increase risk of bone fracture, especially in older women who suffer fractures to the hip and pelvis areas as the result of falls.
It is possible that your water can break at four months, but the baby has a low change of survival.
Veins carry blood low in oxygen and arteries carry blood rich in oxygen.
Low dose aspirin and baby aspirin are two different things. Baby aspirin is chewable and low dose is not. However, both low dose aspirin and baby aspirin are each 81 mg in strength.
You have the risk of the placenta blocking the birth canal. Possible C section
If you're still menstruating it is possible. Low possibility, but still possible. If you're still menstruating it is possible. Low possibility, but still possible.
it is possible but most women that are pregnant for their first time dont experience kicks until their 20th week but it is possible to feel them kick at that low of a week
no it will have a hard time to survive in the outside world some have health problems it might be possible they can die after birth.
Koalas are marsupials, meaning that most of them (not all) have pouches. Koalas carry their young, which is called a joey, in an external pouch positioned low down on their abdomen.
A Low Anterior Resection is an operation to remove rectal cancers which are very low in the pelvis but not low enough to warrant surgery on the rectal sphincters. In surgical terms, this means at least 2 cm margin from the levator ani.
the height of vehicle is kept as low as possible because it can low the front part of racing car
YES it is. It is possible to have a healthy baby when you have herpes. Doctors usually prescribe antiviral medication a few weeks before the baby is due to help suppress break outs. If there are no signs or symptoms of a break out at the time of birth then the mother can deliver naturally with very low risks of passing herpes on to the baby. If the mother does have a break out then she should have a c-section. This can completely eliminate the risk of passing herpes onto a baby.
Maybe the baby kicking your cervix? I am not sure. I have been experiencing this myself from time to time and my baby is rather low in my pelvis right now (18.5 wks)... but I used to get these pains every so often before I got pregnant so I think it could also possibly be nothing at all.