What complications could arise from HPV and pregnancy, if any?
Are there any risks for the baby?
Depends on the HPV infection. Women with cervical HPV don't have to worry about passing that on. Women with genital warts (also HPV) have a very low chance of having complications. Most babies are born fine and if they do have issues their body clears the virus on it's own. You don't need a c-section or anything and can have a normal pregnancy and delivery. (+ info
Is there any complications during pregnancy : my wife has gestational Diabetic?
1. She was found with Gestational Diabetic during 7th Month.
2. Detailed scan report which was taken during first week of September shows that baby weight is 2.36...
3. Expectated date of delivery is 28th October 2007
4. LMP: 21st January 2007.
5. Her father-in-law has Diabetic
6. The parents of her doenot have any signs of Diabetic.
According to latest blood report on 7th October Report:
Fasting Sugar - 87 % (morning 8.30 am)
Time of food intaken - 9.10 am
Two hours later after food - 126 % (11.10 am)
she follows the Diet Control and takes iron, calcium tablets
Insulin was taken and stopped on two weeks before
Kindly guide me with best practices
I am not sure where you are but I would get in touch with the Association that would have all the answers. I am sure your doctor will have this information as well. The hospital where you go will definitely have followup information for you. I have diabetes in my family and I am not diabetic. By what you say about the weight it sounds low... the concern of my sister-in-law with diabetes and her pregnancy was that the baby would be too big. Follow your common sense and congrats on your upcoming baby's birth. There is a very informative question about the same matter in resolved questions that should be very very very helpful. (+ info
what are some main complications of teenage pregnancy?
I have to write a five paragraph essay on the complications of teenage pregnancy for teen living.
i need a introductory sentence for how its a problem emotionally this is what i have so far
There are special risks to a baby when the mother is not fully mature. Because most teenagers are not phsycially, emotionally, or financially ready to carry and care for a child, their babies tend to have a low birth weight and are predisposed to a variety of illnesses. A teenage mother will need the full support of her family to live a healthy lifestyle for her and her baby.
Compared with mothers in older age groups, teenage mothers are at greater risk of having medical complications. Because the teenage mother is more likely to receive little or no prenatal care, she often becomes anemic and is more likely to develop preeclampsia, a severe condition associated with high blood pressure. Vitamin deficiencies are more common, and the teenage mother's weight gain is likely to be inadequate. Since the teenage mother is still growing herself, she needs to eat properly not only for her own growth but for normal growth of the fetus.Babies born to teenage mothers are more likely to die in the first year of life compared with babies born to mothers older than 20 years of age. Since the teenage mother is less likely to eat correctly during pregnancy, her baby often has a low birth weight (less than 51/2 pounds), making it more likely the baby will become ill.
Can taking the Plan B pregnancy pill twice hurt the body and cause future complications during pregnancy?
No. It will not hurt your body after taking it only twice.
However, it might be a different story if you took it repeatedly.
Plus, everyone is different. If this is something you are truly worried about, contact your gyno & ask her/him questions about it. I have personally taken one, & the only thing it did to me was make me throw up; but it's a side effect so that's ok.
Next time you take the pill, though, make sure it's not close to the date that you took it last; that may be harmful.
However; always practice safe sex! Condoms are expensive and sometimes birth control can be; your local health clinic is always happy to give you condoms; & free birth control after a pap smear. (+ info
What are some complications i could have with my pregnancy?
im 17 years old and i was diagonsed with endometriosis at the age of 12 (i had a laparoscopy) and now im pregnant.
Endometriosis goes dormant while pregnant. So any woman with endometriosis regardless of the severity of her condition, is not affected by the disease. You should be able to carry this child without any complications from it. I have had endometriosis for 17 years and had 2 laproscopies. I was able to carry both of my children without complications from my condition. (+ info
Can Heavy lifting really give a woman pregnancy complications ?
I was always told since I was younger that I should not lift heavy items because I might affect my ovaries. Just like a man can get a hernia. I never belived this. Once ini a while I would have to move things that were a little heavy. And now a couple years later, I seem to have a problem maintaining a pregnancy. I have had 3 miscarriages. Never got past 8 weeks. I don't know what it might be caused by. I was hoping to hear from anybody who has heard the same thing or an expert who might tell me other wise.
Well from personal experiences i have lived on a farm my whole life. Cutting down trees with my dad and cutting wood for winter. I would help lift heavy things as well. Did this for a very long time. I have three children myself. Unless your doctor instructs you not to lift over a certain weight then you can lift. I would not suggest lifting over 50lbs. And if you have to have someone help you. My suggestion i would see a specialist and find out why you are miss carrying so much. Im sorry tho its a horrible thing to have to go through. I wish you ever so much luck in conceiving and having a child!
*EDIT* You can too lift over 15 lbs when your pregnant. Expecting mothers do it everyday. When i had my third child i had two children who were 40 lbs both and lifted them every day no problem and never had complications. Your pregnant not disabled. (+ info
Do you have any complications during your pregnancy?
I am bored and curious.
I had a blood clot at 12 weeks. I take twice daily Lovenox.(shots)
I have high blood pressure. Medicine for that.
Im anemic. I was told I have a very low blood count.
I had a severe kidney infection and Im on medicine for that until baby is born.
Im 33 weeks and 4 days
I had a couple of UTI's and swollen feet, but that's about it...
I hope you don't have any more complications! (+ info
Do women with ASTHMA have complications during their pregnancy?
or do you know of any women that have had complications or any children with abnormalities? I have asthma and I'm scared of taking steroids for fear of any future problems when I decide to have a child.
I have asthma. I had to be put on a nebulizer. I took albuterol during pregnancy for it. Its safe for pregnancy, the doctors told me. My kid is happy, healthy and fine now, he actually just stole my slipper and ran into the next room! :) Don't worry about it, but you can ask your doctor for extra reassurance. (+ info
If someone got an abortion is there FACTS that they can have pregnancy complications in the future?
Please, no opinions on abortion just SCIENIFIC FACTS and SURE KNOWLEDGE.
The bottom line is that when an abortion has been conducted; legally, safely, professionally and providing there are no complications arising from it, there is no significant risk to the future fertility of the woman involved. Some studies have shown a small increase in the risk of having a miscarriage or pre-term delivery in a future pregnancy following an abortion. This is usually caused by cervical incompetence (the cervix being unable to close tightly during pregnancy). The risk of cervical incompetence does increase according to the number of abortion procedures undertaken. However, a properly performed abortion will not affect the woman’s fertility.
~Pro-Choice Momma; Have had an abortion and I have a 13 month old daughter . I believe in protecting my daughter's choice.
Abortion: There is a Consensus
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsSQiazUvgo (+ info)
I use Ortho Evra (the Patch) as birth control. Can I be at risk of having any pregnancy complications?
I've used the patch for four years. Is there any possibilities of having any complications or delaying of pregnancy when I stop using it?
"If you want to become pregnant, the first thing you should do is call your doctor or healthcare professional about steps you should take to ensure a healthy pregnancy. He or she can help you decide when to stop using the birth control patch.
After you have stopped, you may want to postpone conception until you start having regular periods again. Many healthcare professionals tell women to wait a few months to conceive, because a pregnancy can be dated more accurately if the woman has re-established her natural menstrual cycle after finishing birth control." (+ info)
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