Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My sonography report says cord around fetal neck...does this cause any problem to my baby
Answer: Hello dear, Cord around the neck is commonly occurring in some of the births. Most of time, we don't know about it going into labor and the cord is simply unwrapped and the baby is fine. Rarely is the nuchal cord wrapped so tight that it causes the issue.
Question: Hello, i am in the beginning of 7th week and my doctor has asked for TSH levels test. My report states that TSH level is 5.22IU/ml. What does this signify? What risks does it cause?
Answer: Hi Dear!
Dont worry you have been diagonised at the right time nothing to worry. It wont cause any problem you will be on medication which wud bring your levels under control, if proper medications are taken it will not affect the child in womb.
The baby will undergo a metabolic screening test after delivery which in most of the cases proved the baby to be safe.
And sometimes food can aggravate the thyroid levels. So avoiding cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, turnip, radishes, peanut, soyabean, kale, spinach can also help maintaining thyroid levels. Limit the sugar intake to balance the thyroid levels. Increase the intake of good fats like avocados, olive oil, salmon, ghee.
Do not worry about weight during pregnancy.
Question: Today doctor told me that there is minimal subchorionic hemorrhage she found on my USG, asked to do complet bed rest. Can anyone tell me what is the cause of this and is it dangerous?
Answer: This is nothing but a blood clot formation due to the change in the position of placenta but don't worry it resolves on it own and have no harmful effects on baby
please follow your doctor's advice and take rest excessive bending and any other physical exertion