okay---- if you are less than 3 months pregnant you need to see a doctor immediately because the pregnancy could be ectopic (in the fallopian tube) , if this has already been ruled out due to early ultra sound examination, then as long as there is no bleeding then it is probably just round ligament pain caused by the uterus growing a stretching, which is perfectly normal (esp if this is your first pregnancy). if you are more than 6 months pregnant it's normal. MY daughter used to stretch and kick me in the left rib all the time. Just change your sitting position and gently massage the spot and she/he will change position and you will be more comfortable. good luck Joymaker rn
For left ventricle it varies from zero to Something above systolic pressure (say 130 mm Hg for a "normal" average). Left Atrium goes from zero or below (say - 5 Torr) to 5 or 10 above.
In a normal distribution half (50%) of the distribution falls below (to the left of) the mean.
you could be pregnant
Coronary perfusion pressure is calculated a the difference between aortic diastolic pressure and left ventricular end diastolic pressure. The normal coronary perfusion pressure 60-80 mmHg.
Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.
Systolic pressure is the highest pressure in the arteries after ventricular contraction. A normal value for that would be about 120 mmHg.Diastolic pressure is the lowest pressure in the arteries just before the next contraction of the left ventricle. A normal value for that would be about 80 mmHg.
there is less chance but it is still possible
Sinus rhythm is normal. The left axis deviation means that the electrical activity goes to the left side more than normal. This can be a normal variant, due to high blood pressure or due to other problems.
Yes. This is usually left over blood if your pregnant or implantation bleeding.
im 5+ weeks pregnant and ive got cramps on the left side of my abdominal but im not bleeding im 5+ weeks pregnant and ive got cramps on the left side of my abdominal but im not bleeding Hi there and Congrats. I am 4 weeks pregnant and experiencing cramping on my left side. As far as I know it is normal but you should always say it to you doctor to rule out the possibility of an ectopic pregnancy.
No a normal hCG level in non-pregnant women is 0 to 5.
Some slight variations between the two is ok, is normal.
You should not be able to get pregnant after a tubal ligation.
If the pains are doubling you over then see a doctor as you may have an ectopic pregnancy.
Ventricle diastole is the period during which the ventricles are relaxing. During ventricular diastole, the pressure in the (left and right) ventricles drops from the peak that it reaches in systole. When the pressure in the left ventricle drops to below the pressure in the left atrium, the mitral(bicuspid) valve opens, causing accumulated blood from the atrium to flow into the ventricles.
Either left or right will place the developing baby more to one side and lessen the downward pressure on the pregnant woman's internal organs. The left side is favoured to increase blood flow to the baby, though it would not be comfortable to only lay on the left side all the time, so use both left and right alternately.
You can find the oil pressure sensor for your 1999 Pontiac Montana on the front of the engine. The low pressure oil sensor will be just below the left cylinder head.
The ideal blood pressure is 120/80 but for adults normal blood pressure can range from 120/70 to 140/90. Blood pressure that is consistently 140/90 or above would be cause for intervention. It's important to get your blood pressure checked regularly because if left unchecked, high blood pressure can lead to heart attack, stroke or kidney failure.
It depends on which side of the heart you are considering. Normal pressure that is produced by the left ventricle, in a resting person, is 120 mmHg.
Yes, if it's a hose going directly to a caliper. If right front hose is leaking, then when you apply the brake, the right front capiler will get less pressure causing the left front to have 'normal' pressure making the vehicle to pull to the left. Since the left side has more pressure, the pads will wear faster .....
You may have pressure on the inferior vena cava, when you sleep on your back, late in pregnancy. So it is advised to sleep on left or right side. But then you can not keep a watch on your position during sleep and pregnancy go ahead in normal way.
Left rear side of block just below head
It is a reading using a blood pressure cuff that gives you two numbers, the top being 'systolic' and the bottom being 'diastolic'. The systolic pressure is achieved when the left ventricle is pumping blood out into the body, the diastolic blood pressure is achieved when the left ventricle is relaxing. A "normal' blood pressure is 120/80. Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is over 140 systolic or over 90 diastolic. Disease states may dictate different goals for blood pressure.
Yes. It's just left over from your last menstrual cycle, and your body is releasing it when you begin your next menstrual cycle.