There's no greater surprise for a woman than learning she is pregnant for the first time except for the first time she experiences one of mother nature's unkindest pregnancy symptoms -- Heartburn! Hopefully, this article will quickly help you solve the burning symptoms of heartburn should they arise.
I just found out I am pregnant a week ago. Because I've been diagnosed with Endometreosis and Polycystic Ovaries, I contacted my doctor right away. I went in and she did a test and confirmed that I was pregnant. She estimated that I was about 6 weeks along.
I am 31 weeks they say right now. Two appointments ago I measured right at 29 cm. and then I went back two weeks later and measured 28. They sent me for ultra sound and it came back good. I went to my two week appointment today and measured at 25. They have me going to other ultrasound.
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In cases of Rh incompatibility, a baby's red blood cells have a substance called the Rh D factor, and the mother's blood cells do not. These antibodies can affect your unborn baby or the next Rh-positive baby you have.
I am pregrant and am infected with chicken pox during the last week of my first trimester (13th week). I consulted my gynecologist and she adviced some antibiotics (cefuroxime 500mg) for the first five days after starting the chicken pox.
I am pregnant; in my 27th week. I am always feeling that something is stuck into my throat and when I eat I can't swallow my food easily because I am always feeling this way.
Is it normal? Is it a reflux problem and if so what shall I do to avoid it?
Maternal anxiety and stress can negatively affect both mom and baby both during the pregnancy and afterward. So this holiday season, get some relaxation tapes, try a little yoga and/or meditation and treat yourself to a massage. Let others take care of the seasonal details.
Snoring should not be taken lightly, especially in pregnancy. Why? Because snoring is associated with other health related complications for both mom and baby.
I went for an ultrasound at 5 weeks and 4 days (baby A's measurements). Baby B was 5 weeks 2 days. All that was showing on the u/s (trans vaginal) were the 2 sacs -- no yolks, poles or hb's which the technician said is very normal for that early on.