What is the normal blood pressure for a 3 month old baby?
A pregnant woman's blood pressure should be the same as any other person's normal blood pressure, around 120/80 (give or take 5-10 points). It is important to monitor the blood pressure during pregnancy, to watch for preeclampsia and eclampsia. If you are pregnant and your blood pressure is running abnormally high, immediately get medical care for the safety of yourself and your baby.
You just bought a new guinea pig and put it into the cage with your 9 month old guinea pig and the 9 month old is biting the new baby Is this normal and what do you need to do about this?
You have to have a blood pressure to be alive, which is required in order to become pregnant. So probably there's a problem with your blood pressure, and you're wondering if it's still safe to try for a baby. There's no general answer to that, so speak to your doc who knows wha'ts going on with your blood pressure in the first place.
The baby can stay inside for a while after the baby is born, but there are many complications with this... it increases the chances of a baby getting an infection. it increases the pressure on the baby, which could hurt him/her. there is no water surrounding him as padding now to alleviate this pressure. the baby will not be able to move for that month, which could cause problems with his/her joints.