Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Lmp was 4/8/2018... so which month going on? N what is the delivery date?
Answer: Hi dear u r in ur 28th week and it ur 7th month pregnancy . Ur expected delivery date will be on 11th may 2019 but delivery can happen anytime after 37th week
Question: I had to abort my baby at 22 weeks due to hydrop fetalis last year OCT 2018. Now I have conceived again after three months. My last LMP was 4th Jan. Pls advice whether it is safe to continue pregnancy?
Answer: Hello dear. If it has been 3 months and there aren't any medical complication then it is safe to continue the pregnancy. Congratulations on ur pregnancy dear. I am sharing some of the tips for a healthy pregnancy are as follows:- 1.) Eat a healthy diet 2.) Aim for healthy snacks. 3.) Drink plenty of water 4.) Aim for the proper amount of weight gain. 5.) Talk to your healthcare provider about safe exercise. 6.) Have regular checkups with your doctor. 7.) Take your prenatal vitamins every day. 8.) Have your doctor monitor your iron levels. 9.) Manage back and pelvic pain. Back and pelvic pain may be more common in a twin pregnancy. If you find yourself in a lot of pain, talk to your doctor. He or she may recommend a physical therapist to help you address back pain. 10.) Watch out for signs of preterm labor.Preterm labor is more common when you're delivering twins. If you notice any of the following symptoms, contact your doctor immediately. a.) Bleeding or vaginal discharge can be a sign of preterm labor. b.) You may also start having contractions early. c.) Diarrhea can sometimes signal preterm labor. 11.) Monitor your blood pressure closely 12.) Have certain symptoms evaluated immediately. Rapid weight gain or headaches should be evaluated by your doctor immediately. Hope this helps.
Question: I'm 8 week pregnant and doctor asked me to continue "duphastone" tablet for again 1 month. I was diagnosed with PCOD but conceived naturally
Answer: Hi Dear! Duphaston is a progestin medication and prescribed in treating dysfunctional bleeding, or ppl who hv PCOD etc. dont worry its safe.. Hope this helps,