Yes, clinical strength deodorant can be used safely during pregnancy.
No. The best way for you to know whether you have a multiple pregnancy is by a clinical examination (ie feeling for multiple babies) or, better still, an ultrasound scan.
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It is the clinical term for a very early miscarriage. A chemical pregnancy occurs typically when a woman takes a pregnancy test and it is positive, and she really was pregnant, but she miscarries before the fetus actually develops a heart beat. * http://www.babyhopes.com/articles/chemical-pregnancy.html * http://www.ourmiscarriage.com/chemical_pregnancy.html
It's not a common side effect, but it did happen infrequently in premarketing clinical trials. If you are at risk for pregnancy, please take a pregnancy test to make sure that's not the cause. Increased stress can also affect your menstrual cycle.
Your nasal passages have no direct connection to your ovaries and uterus. In otherwords, NO they are symptoms of a cold. During pregnancy many women complain of nasal stuffiness, decreased or increased saliva and nose bleeds. This happens in many pregnancies as is fairly common in twin pregnancies as pregnancy hormones (estrogen) can make your mucus membranes swell. It has a clinical name also: rhinitis of pregnancy.
A clinical approach involves the use of empirical information and treament.
Clinical Pharmacology is the application of pharmacological concepts and principles in the clinical setting.
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This type of contraction occurs in a small area in the uterine wall. In many cases, these have no clinical significance, but patients should still alert their doctors.
To the best of my knowledge: A clinical assessment would include a diagnosis, and a non-clinical assessment would have a plan of action.