Please educate yourself on brachial plexus injuries. Go to injurednewborn.com There are other links from this site. what does a birth injury have to do w/ anything? If you are a first time mom you would have a right to be concerned. Often when the baby does not engage (drop) in a first time mother it is because the baby is too big for the mother's pelvis. If you have had a baby before it is not uncommon for the baby to stay high right up until you are in labor. Good luck! Very occasionally a large baby will have what is called 'shoulder dystocia' where the shoulders get stuck in the pelvis. This may lead to brachial plexus injury. Not very reassuring for you as a first answer. However as one of the answers says, it is quite common for second and subsequent babies to not 'drop' until labour. Sometimes the head does not descend before labour because the baby is facing forward with a straight neck, more commonly they face backwards with the chin on the chest. You can help the baby turn round by spending time on your hands and knees. Once you go into labour the head may rotate and descend. (This happened to me) If you are a first time Mom the doctor may give you a 'trial of labour' to see if the head will descend when you start contracting. If not, as the head is not engaged you should be prepared for a C-section. I am not sure why the doctor says the baby is 2 weeks ahead of what he should weigh. There is such a variation in baby weights at birth that this is a nonsense. If he has measured your abdomen with a tape and you measure 41cm (usually cm measurement is the same as the number of weeks)this is because the baby hasn't 'dropped'. If an us scan is showing a big baby this is more accurate but not always. 2 personal experiences. I have been a midwife for 25 years and early in my career I was looking after a woman who was in hospital because her baby's head was not dropping at all. Every time she was examined her baby was a different way around. Sometimes up, sometimes down and occasionally crossways. One Saturday afternoon her husband came and asked if he could stay with her as she had been contracting for 2 hours. I quickly examined her (worrying that she had gone into labour with the baby crossways, lo and behold the head was down and had dropped. She got to the Delivery Room with about 15 minutes to spare. I was induced with twins at 36 weeks partly because a scan showed that my second twin was not growing properly. After quite a quick labour my first twin delivered, a little skinny boy (4 pounds 15 ounces), 10 minutes later my daughter appeared, a chubby pink 6 pounds 3 ounces. Good luck.
Depends if you want to be pregnant. If not you should be worried...
maybe you should go back to the doctors and ask them lol
or you can be pregnant.
If your period is late at all you should be worried. If you're having sex at 14, especially unprotected sex, you should be worried. The risk of pregnancy complications is much higher for someone your age, so it's important to get prenatal care as soon as possible if you are pregnant.
I'd be worried if you remained on the pill if you were pregnant. But if you are one the pill and a condom is in use, then 99.9% of the time you wouldn't get pregnant.
There should be no problem at all. Many women get pregnant immediately they stop and have no trouble.
Yes unless you have no problem being pregnant
no pregnancy is different therefore you should not be pressured
you can get cramps, the week you are supposed to start, and still be pregnant
Yes, possibly. She needs to take a test
Unlikely, but not impossible. She should take the 'morning after pill' if she is worried.
i am 5 weeks pregnant and my belly isn't hard. is that normal??
im 13 and im pregnant! im really worried. what should i do? Tell your parents or someone you trust they will help, or call childline.
The day of your missed period if your worried about being pregnant.
The male should be a few months old before mating and his testicles should have dropped
Ollie should be dropped off at the house to the right of yours.
you should talk to your doctor but they will most likely just tell you to take tylenol..i have the same problem.
"Worried" is up to you. "Planning" makes a lot of sense BECAUSE YOU ARE PROBABLY PREGNANT.
You may have an ear infection. I suggest you should see a doctor about that.
No, but if it always better to be safe than sorry. If you're that worried about getting pregnant and do not know how babies are made you should not be fooling around at all.
No, you should not be worried. It is fine.
this could be a sign that you may be pregnant or that it might be that you have a little dried blood that needs to discharge its self. if your period does not arrive then you could take the hom etest or if you are really worried then you should seek help with your doctor.
Pregnancy tests and human biology are always wrong, I think you should tell your mom and see a doctorWell obviously you aren't pregnant! You are just too worried so in your next intercourse wear a condom and take the pill If that makes you feel better.Even if you were pregnant then when you had your period the baby would have come out.
It is biologically impossible to menstruate while you are pregnant - if you are menstruating then you are not pregnant. You can however experience vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, thus if you suspect you may be pregnant you should take a pregnancy test.
YES get to the dr immediately before dehydration gets worse.