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Question: yesterday my 9th month has started and my doctor gave me betnesol injection..and my baby movements are very less than before...why???
Answer: hello dear at 35 weeks.. There is less room for the baby to move around so they make more deliberate movements and you may feel them less. A good way to try to get your baby moving so you can do your kicks count is to eat/drink something sugary. This should wake the baby up and get him/her moving. Then start to count the number of movements within that hour--the ideal number of movements is 10 per hour.
Betamethasone or betenseol, systemically administered to a woman during pregnancy may result in a transient suppression of the foetal heart rate parameters and biophysical activities that are widely used for the assessment of foetal well – being.
Question: I m 7 weeks pregnant on 6th week no cardiac activity was seen but doctor have gave me injection and now normal.Doctor said I have to take injections upto 12th week are they safe.
Answer: hii dear congratulations for ur pregnancy .yes it is important for keeping ur featus safe. I m sure ur doctor must be giving u some harombal injections to keep u away from miscarriage and develop a proper growth of ur featus. Kindly follow the Instructions given by doctor. Eat well and drink lots of water.
Question: hello mam i need ur help.. i am one month pregnant but from last few days I was bleeding I go to doctor she gave me injection and then it stopped but after three days of injection it started again.. i showed again it to another doctor she also gave me two injections.. and now there is some brown discharge is coming..
Answer: Hi dear doctor gave u injection of harmonal medicine to keep ur Pregnancy safe. U shoudnt be worried and stay under doctor supervision. Brown discharge are the old blood from ur earlier period but make sure to infront the same to ur doctor that u r getting brown discharge.