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Question: Hi m 37 weeks pregnant. labour k symptoms kya ho sakte hai ,kb dr k paas jaana chahiye. Pl help
Answer: At 38 weeks pregnant, signs of labor may begin. Some early signs you’ll go into labor soon include:
Mucus plug and/or bloody show. You might have a discharge that’s thick like mucus (the mucus plug) and could have a slightly bloody tinge (the bloody show). This is a sign your cervix is starting to dilate in preparation for birth.
Diarrhea. At 38 weeks pregnant, diarrhea might not be because of that spicy food you ate, it could be a sign that labor hormones are present in your body. It may be go time very soon.
Nausea. Same goes for 38 weeks pregnant nausea. This isn’t a measurable sign of labor, but some women swear they felt queasy just before labor started.
Contractions. At 38 weeks pregnant, contractions may be a normal part of your day—or maybe you haven’t noticed any yet. But know that if your 38 weeks pregnant belly starts tightening at regular intervals and doesn’t stop, then you’re likely in the early stages of labor. Painful contractions or ones that are closer than five minutes apart mean you should get to the hospital stat!
Back pain. You may have had a sore back for weeks now, but at 38 weeks pregnant, back pain that’s intense or sudden could actually be back labor, so let your doctor know if you’re experiencing this 38 weeks pregnant symptom.
Water breaking. If you feel a trickle of water, it means the amniotic sac has ruptured and the fluid is leaking out. Labor usually starts pretty soon after a woman’s water breaks, so let your OB know if you get this 38 weeks pregnant symptom.
Question: mera baby 6 month ka hony ko hai ise 4 month se bahuth khanse sardi shuru hogai thi Dr K pas be dikhaya bahuth bar par ab be hard week me 2 4 bar aate rahthi hai plz help me
Answer: Lots of rest
Fighting an infection takes energy and can wear a child out. When your child's resting, he's healing. And that's exactly what he needs to do.
Breathing moist air helps loosen the mucus in the nasal passages. A warm bath is very relaxing, too.
Have a humidifier or a cool-mist vaporizer going at night and during naps and playtime in the bedroom. Let a hot shower run for several minutes. Then give your child a warm bath or just sit with her in the steamy bathroom
Saline drops and a bulb syringe
Drops clear the nose when kids are too young to blow their nose.
Tip your child's head back and squeeze two or three saline drops into each nostril to thin and loosen the mucus. Try to keep his head still afterward for 15 to 30 seconds.
Squeeze the bulb of the syringe, then gently insert the rubber tip into his nostril. Gently close off the other nostril with your finger. Slowly release the bulb to collect mucus and saline solution. Remove the syringe and squeeze the bulb to expel the mucus into a tissue. Wipe the syringe and repeat with the other nostril. Repeat procedure if needed.
Vapor rubs may help kids sleep better at night. Research suggests they make the cold sufferer feel as though she's breathing better by producing a cooling sensation in the nose.
You can find vapor rub products made specifically for babies 3 months and older. Natural vapor balms are available, too, if you'd prefer not to use products that contain petroleum or paraben
Question: Hello all .....37 wk preg ...Dr bol ri h bachhe k gale fanda h ...to kya aise me kewal operation hi hota h
Answer: Hi Umbilical cord around the neck.. Can suffocate the baby during normal delivery.. You can go for final scan at the time of delivery
Let do tor decide best for for baby..