Pregnancy Complications

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Fetal Development
Pregnancy Complications

How many cortal do you have to take if we kill fetus?

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Pregnancy Complications

What are six complications of pregnancy?

1) You end up giving birth to a little hellspawn which screams and demands you to feed them and will not cease and desist for the next eighteen years

2) You can get cravings

3) The c h i l d can kick

4) You will get a big fat belly that blocks your vision

5) You will experience fatigue, because the aforementioned and as of yet unborn hellspawn is literally draining your nutrients to sustain its growth

6) It might be difficult to have ze naughties after a while

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Pregnancy Complications

Is donating eggs means getting pregnant?

If a woman donates an egg, she would not get pregnant, as the donated egg is outside her body. The donated egg could be fertilised and implanted into another woman, who would become pregnant.

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Pregnancy Complications

What stage of pregnancy is the longest and which week does it occur?

There are many stages of pregnancy, but you can be sure that each week is seven days long.

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What is it called when a fertilized egg grows in the fallopian tube rather than the uterus?

An ectopic pregnancy.

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Conditions and Diseases
Medical Terminology
Pregnancy Complications

What is a potentially dangerous condition in which a fertilized egg is implanted and begins to develop outside of the uterus?

A fertilized egg which begins to develop and implants outside the uterus, is an ectopic pregnancy. It is often a medical emergency by the time it is discovered. Many ectopic pregnancies involve implantation in the Fallopian tubes, where it can also be called eccyesis or tubal pregnancy.

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Pregnancy Complications

Besides the vertebrae what organ is often damaged with Spina Bifida?

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Blood Types
Pregnancy Complications

How does having Rh positive mother and Rh positive father effect baby?

Generally the baby will also be Rh positive (depending on the parents' specific genotypes) - and thus be at less risk for erythroblastosis fetalis.

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Health
Skin Care
Pregnancy Complications

What could be the reason of post delivery patchy skin and how can you get a clear skin now?

Post delivery many women get pigmentation.

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Smoking While Pregnant
Pregnancy Complications

What complications may occur in women who smoke both before they are pregnant and during their pregnancy?

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Pregnancy Complications

What are the chances that a 40 year old pregnant woman could have a Down's syndrome child?

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Jobs & Education
Fetal Development
Pregnancy Complications

How can you abort a one month fetus?

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Fetal Development
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What is the condition of carrying a fetus in the body conception to delivery?

Pregnancy

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Discharge During Pregnancy
Pregnancy Complications

What causes white thick smelly discharge while pregnant?

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Pregnancy Complications

What is the ASA code and modifier for emergency cesarean section due to fetal distress?

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Women's Health
Pregnancy Complications

What courses pregnancy complications?

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Health
Pregnancy Complications

Can placenta previa lead to placenta precreta?

No. that's like comparing Apples to Oranges. Placenta Previa is when the Placentation grows across the Cervical Os, blocking baby's Natural Way Out. CS is the Usual Mode of delivery in these, otherwise Mama can Bleed, possibly to death. Placenta PERCRETA, is one of the three 'Creta Sisters, all terms used to describe a placenta that Invades the Uterine wall. These are, sorted by Level of Severity, Placenta Accreta, in which the placental Villi are penetrating too deeply into the Uterine wall, causing issues with hemmorhage post-Delivery, Placenta Increta, in which the placentation penetrates through the Uterine wall & into it's Muscle Layer, and finally Placenta Percreta, in which the placentation grows all they way through the uterus, possibly attaching to other organs. If you've got Simple Previa & it's known about in advance of Delivery, your birth mode might have to change to a Safety Driven CS. (it makes for a Right Nasty Surprise, if it isn't found in Advance of Delivery, possibly a Life Threatening one, so go get that Sono done). If it's one of the 'Creta Sisters, you need to see a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist or a Perinatologist to keep track of the placentation as it develops & a plan of Surgical Delivery developed, with VB completely off the table. Hysterectomy at time of Delivery can be a Real possibility especially if it's one of those last 2 'Creta Sisters there. Not to frighten anybody, but if it's ANY of the 'Cretas, find an excellent physician & Surgeon to handle the Complex delivery required.

ALL these described conditions can potentially Kill Everybody directly involved with gestation (Mom & Baby(ies). NO LABOR or FULL CONTRACTION ACTIVITY, Mom or baby can bleed out if the placentation detaches, or is Shredded by baby in the case of Previa. Previa is Not associated in any way with the 'Creta sisters & cannot 'evolve' or 'worsen' into them.

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What make a fetus kick its legs?

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Fetal Development
Pregnancy Complications

Do blood cells diffuse from the mother to the fetus?

Dont discuss fetus one direction its a very sensitive topic

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Fetal Development
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How is the circulation of a fetus different a from the circulation of a baby?

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Fetal Development
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What is average weight of 5 month fetus?

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Fetal Development
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How a feotus obtains food and oxygen through the placenta?

The fetus is supplied oxygen and nutrients from the placenta, the fetus and placenta are connected by the umbilical cord. Everything goes through the cord.

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Fetal Development
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Does provera can abort a two month fetus?

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When does the fetus have all of its body parts?

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What 2 things can pass through the mother to the feotus and may harm the baby?

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