Reading about CHD is something every pregnant woman should take a few moments to do. Knowing the signs and symptoms and researching detection methods saves lives.
Many women who want to have a vaginal birth after cesarean in the U.S. and elsewhere have faced some sort of opposition from their care providers when they have expressed their desire to VBAC. Oftentimes, this opposition comes in the form of "VBAC scare tactics."
I just turned 30 and after being told at the age of 18 that it would be difficult for me to have children, I have 2 beautiful boys and a third baby on the way. We are able to conceive the first month we tried this time and I'm very excited. I'm also nervous because my second son was a high risk pregnancy.
HI, last year i experienced pre eclampsia and i lost my baby, here's the whole details of the whole story. can any one share them their story to me? is it really common loosing your baby when you experienced pre eclampsia? until now i still feel uncomplete loosing my baby.heres the details.
Shoulder dystocia occurs when a baby's head is delivered through the vagina, but his shoulders get stuck inside the mother's body. This creates risks for both mother and baby. Dystocia means "slow or difficult labor or delivery."
I have to explain why I am so concerned about being pregnant. A couple days after my boyfriend and I broke up I wanted to start taking my medication for my skin, which causes birth defects. Just as precaution I took a pregnancy test... to my surprise it came out positive. (Monday 9th)
Later that night I had a negative test. He treated me like I made the whole thing up!
The next morning a negative test. (Tuesday 10th)
The nurse wanted me to come in for a blood pregnancy test. (Tuesday Afternoon)
Please help! I went in for my first ultrsound last week, and the nurse called me and said I'm 16 weeks judging by the babies size, but my LMP was march 13th-16th, if I'm 16 weeks that would mean I got pregnant around april 15th, which is when I missed my first period. It doesn't make any sense! could something be wrong with the baby that would make him so small? Could I be further along than the doctor's think?
Fatigue, weight gain, constipation, insomnia, and lethargy... Is it possible that this woman is experiencing something more severe than the normal, early pregnancy symptoms? Could it be hypothyroidism?
Is it false labor or preterm labor? Since preterm babies are at higher risk of needing hospitalization, having long-term health problems and dying, it is important for you to know and understand the difference.
A whopping 30% of pregnant women get periodontal disease. It is a curable problem. Treatment may not only help save your teeth, but may improve the health and well-being of your baby as well.