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Question: I'm 32 weeks pregnant my platelet count up and down every month its safe or not now my platelet count is 0.60 pls ans me
Answer: Hi dear, Though platelet level drops during pregnancy,it is better if the level is atleast 150000. Although platelets above 100000 is considered safe range.now if you have c section ,u must keep your platelets ready if you need platelet transfusion,in heavy bleeding during the operation.your doctor would let you know the precautions before the operation too .meanwhile you can take following diet to increase platelet count: 1- fresh milk.it contains vitamin K,which helps to regenerate platelets 2- broccoli,kale,parsley are also rich in vitamin K and helps increasing platelets 3-carrots are excellent source to increase platelet count 4-lean meats and beans 5-pomegranate 6- garlic Boiled papaya leaves water help in steep decline platelet count.but some get loose motions consuming it .so watch out for your reaction.
Question: hi I m 18 weeks pregnant....mko Abhi kuch b feel n hota h baby movement pls tell me kbse feel hoga wo????
Answer: You should feel your baby's first movements, called "quickening," between weeks 16 and 25 of your pregnancy. If this is your first pregnancy, you may not feel your baby move until closer to 25 weeks. baby's movements as butterflies, nervous twitches, or a tumbling motion. At first, it may be hard to tell whether your baby has moved. Second- and third-time moms are more adept at distinguishing those first baby movements from gas, hunger pangs, and other internal motions. By your second and third trimesters, the movements should be more distinct, and you'll be able to feel your baby's kicks, jabs, and elbows.
Question: I am 32 weeks pregnant.. How to count baby movement?
Answer: If you’re in the 3rd trimester and you want to check, monitor your baby’s movements for two hours while lying on your side. Most healthy babies will have at least 10 kicks over two hours during normal active times. Every baby is unique, though, so there isn’t one number that works for all pregnancies. So, no matter the number, if you experience a decrease in movement compared to whatever is usually normal for your baby, you should call your doctor.