Is it safe to have a biopsy on your cervix done when you are 30 weeks pregnant?
If the doctor knows you are 30 weeks pregnant and wants to do it, it's probably safe. If you have questions, talk to the doctor and find out if there are any risks and what they are.
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Is it safe to go into a public swimming pool if you are 38 weeks pregnant and the cervix is starting to soften?
Answer . Certainly. There is a plug of mucus in your cervix blocking off the path to bacteria then you also have your bag of waters protecting the baby. So go, have fun. Swimming is GREAT for pregnant women.
Answer . no your cervix should be higher in the vagina ad closed and hard it will not thin out or soften or open until labor and birth are ready to occur
I don't have hard statistics, but if the IUD is that low, I would think your odds of continuing are pretty good.
Answer . your baby is safe from conception to delivery if you eat right well balanced meals, take your prenatal vitamins, and get moderate exercise for 30 min three times a week. See your OB doctor and he will keep you posted. Joymaker RN
It depends. Is it for the mother or the partner? For the mother, just avoid the abdominal region. Or just avoid it altogether---they're ugly. On the other hand, Russ can safely get one anytime he wants, but I would advise against it. Ugly. Do strongly resist putting one on the baby.
You are almost seven months pregnant. ---actually that's wrong. at 30 weeks u are almost 8 months pregnant.
Answer . Not exactly. I'm not sure if you mean dialated or not..But it shouldn't be.
\nNot necessarily. If you are worried go to the doctor. Your cervix gets soft to prepare for the baby. If you are carrying unusually low go to the doctor and have a physical. That's were should be instead of this website. Only your docotor can really tell you what's going on.
This means you have a short cervix. I am 22 weeks and my cervix is also 2.1 cm and I have been ordered to bed rest for the remainder of my pregnancy and I may also have to get a cerclage which is a type of stitch they use for extra support for your baby. Having a short cervix during pregnancy increa…ses the chance of preterm labor and even misscarriage. The farther along in your pregnancy the more weight and pressure on your cervix (MORE)
You have an IUD and about four weeks ago you had a biopsy done on your cervix now you are 3 weeks pregnant is there any way that the doctor moved the IUD?
I would consult a health clinic and ask them to get a 2nd opinion. You will need to find a doctor that it is not in the same health system as they usually stick together. Alternately, get an ultrasound and find out if the IUD is at the fundus. If so, the doctor didn't move the IUD.
Check with your doctor, but as long as you have not passed your plug, you should be good to go.
Nothing particular even when you have one kid in four month's pregnency.. Nothing particular even when you have one kid in four month's pregnency.
You can't see your cervix. I'm not sure why you would think it's open. Have you put your finger in your vagina to feel it? If you do that, it should feel soft like your lips if you're pregnant. If you aren't pregnant it should feel hard like the tip of your nose.
it means you are two cm dialated. 2 cm is not a big deal i was 2 cm with both my children at 30 weeks. they don't worry about it unless you are 4 or more cm i believe. its your cervix getting ready for birth.
When your midwife tells you that it means that your cervix is beginning to ripen and possibly efface and dilate. Currently im 1 cm dilated 60% effaced and have been in labor but not "active labor" for the past week. My cervix isn''t dilating so they dont consider that "active labor".
Well I'm 5 weeks pregnant and my cervix is extremely high, medium hard, and closed completely. I hope this helped you a little!
from what i have read yes you can but there is a slight chance that you may not be able to
Hi there. I am now 8 weeks but at 7 weeks I noticed that on day 5 my cervix was extremely low and soft and I wasn't sure what that meant either. Looking up stuff on the internet about it put my mind at ease as a tonne of other women had experienced the same thing at 6 or 7 or 9 weeks etc. I don't th…ink it necessarily means anything as I was not due for my period (had I not been pregnant) nor ovulation. The following day it was back up again and all was fine after that. (MORE)
First of all, no-one would be able to tell if they were only 3 weeks pregnant (this means a week after ovulation!) if your going off your ovulation, then yes it can feel spongy & swollen - the reason for the swelling is, increased blood flow, therefore your cervix would be blue also, which is very n…ormal. (MORE)
Hi, with my experience you can miscarriage 'anytime' I have miscarriaged at 4 and half weeks and again at 10 weeks, the first three months are cruicial for the embryo implanting on the lining of the wall of the womb, therefore take it easy and listen to your body, if spotting of blood happens all is… not disaster - you must rest for a week until the spotting subsides, but if it is going to happen it will and your body will miscarriage the baby.. It is very hard on your emotions if you are trying for so long, but rest and definitely no stretching! Good luck and hope alls well for you...believe in fate, it will happen when it's suppose to..x (MORE)
It is difficult and may carry heavy complications, but it is possible. If a woman without a cervix becomes pregnant, there is a high likelihood of miscarriage. If that does not occur, then bed rest is often prescribed up to 30 weeks; premature birth and the water breaking prior to being full term ma…y also be likely. However, it is possible to get pregnant and have a child without a cervix. There is also gynaecological condition called "Incompetent cervix" which means the cervix isn't doing its job very well, and surgeons sometimes stich it up so that a pregnancy can continue at least until the baby is viable. This was known as a Shirodkar Suture. You can read more about it here http://www.ask.com/web?q=shirodkar%20suture&o=101484&l=dis There are dozens of explanations and articles. Women with no cervix (and a history of PTL, PROM or miscarriage) can also opt to have the transabdominal cerclage (TAC) which is a mersilene band around the uterine/cervical junction. (MORE)
It is kind of like a "medical fiction" but you are considered 2 weeks pregnant at the time of conception. You start counting at the beginning of your cycle and you conceive 2 weeks into your cycle.
i am and always have been that why they want you to take prenatel pill to boost your levels you should be ok just intake this with iron after i had my son the came taking my blood cuz it was low just make sure they know that you are enema
Not an uncommon occurrence. Small amounts and very infrequent is usually nothing to worry about. Any sizable quantity or duration can be a cause for alarm. With all things like this its always best to see your OB or at least your general practitioner.
It's not something to worry about. You either have a small baby or your due date is off. Remember, a due date is NOT an exact science.
Can the build-up of tissue on the cervix years after a cone biopsy is done make it difficult to get a good reading from a pap smear?
Yes, a history of cone biopsy, and advancing age, can make it hard to get endocervical cells during a pap smear.
You're seven and a half months pregnant and still having bowl movements. Yes, in general that is good, as having to wait till after the birth to do that would be quite a strain! If for any reason these movements are irregular, painful, too much or too little, or in any other way a concern, please c…onsult your doctor for information specific to your situation. (MORE)
Yes this is normal, it means your body is preparing for the birth and you only have 9 cm to go before your baby makes her or his grand appearance! Congratulation!
If you have had one or more babies previously, the cervix may not completely close after birth and so is slightly open during the next pregnancy. This does not mean that the woman is in labor. Labor is diagnosed when there are contractions that increase in length, strength and duration accompanied w…ith effacement (thinning and shortening) and dilation of the cervix. (MORE)
Doctors perform skin biopsies to: make a diagnosis, confirm a diagnosis made from the patient's medical history and a physical examination, check whether a treatment prescribed for a previously diagnosed condition is working.
If suspicious growths are observed, tiny biopsy forceps or brushes can be inserted through the colon and tissue samples can be obtained. Small polyps also can be removed through the colonoscope.
If any abnormal areas are seen, the doctor will take a biopsy of the tissue, a common procedure that takes about 15 minutes. Several samples might be taken, depending on the size of the abnormal area. A biopsy may cause temporary discomfort
The patient may be given a calming drug before the procedure to help him relax. The skin and muscles on the back overlying the site that is to be biopsied may be numbed with local anesthesia.
There are three kinds of lymph node biopsy. Sentinel lymph node mapping and biopsy is a promising new technique that is discussed in its own entry. Fine needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy, often just called needle biopsy, is done when.
A long, flexible tube, called a catheter, is inserted into a vein and threaded up into the heart. The doctor can guide the catheter by watching its movement on a TV monitor showing an x-ray image of the area. The tip of the catheter is fitted with.
No, do not take Nyquil at all during your pregnancy. Ask your doctor about approved cold medications during pregnancy.
The test is most often performed to find out the cause of abnormal uterine bleeding.
Pregnant women should always consult their doctors about what kinds of over-the-counter meds and herbal remedies are appropriate to take. Many meds that treat 'cold, cough, and flu' can also raise blood pressure.
A liver biopsy is usually done to evaluate the extent of damage that has occurred to the liver because of chronic and acute disease processes or toxic injury.
A biopsy is recommended when a significant abnormality is found, either on physical examination and/or by an imaging test
Some patients should not have percutaneous liver biopsies. They include those with any of the following conditions:
After the biopsy tissue is removed, bleeding may be controlled by applying pressure or by burning with electricity or chemicals. Antibiotics often are applied to the wound to prevent infection.
Yes swimming is excellent when pregnant and a exercise you can do all through the pregnancy. It wont harm you or the baby in any way.
In this modern age most women are career oriented and leave it till late, so a lot of girls do get pregnant at age 30. Pregnancy after age 35 carries a risk of 1:300 chance of having a baby with downs syndrome
Funneling is where you're cervix is thinning out and your cervix should be 3cm. I'm also having funneling that was noticed at 23w 4d and due to my cervix at 22w 4d6d high risk ob admitted me and placed a cerclage the next day. I'll be 25w25 tomorrow (9-6-12). My cervix was only 1.5cm and since cercl…age, it has closed to 2.02cm. This is normal if you're in have your 9th month (36-40wks). (MORE)
In most UK liver transplant centres, it is not considered "routine" practice to do a liver biopsy several weeks after transplant if the patient has a normal liver function. However some centres will offer a liver biopsy at 3 year, 5 year and/or 10 year intervals, regardless of how good the liver fun…ction happens to be. Within several weeks of transplant the possibility of liver rejection is highest, so if rejection is even at all to be suspected of occurring a biopsy will be taken pretty swiftly. (MORE)
Expect that your endocrinologist will need to do some prep work before the biopsy. This prep work can include asking you to lie down on your back while they use an ultrasound to find the growth. The endocrinologist will mark the area on your neck with a washable marker. These markings are used as a …guide to help them remember where to place the needles. There will be the use of local anesthesia, as well as the use of the fine needles to extract the cells. Because of this, there will be a little bit of blood and some dull pain after the procedure. Your endocrinologist will place a bandage over the area where they performed the biopsy. (MORE)
Cervix becomes soft at 4 weeks pregnancy. Not only cervix but uterus also becomes soft. Gynecologist is very careful while doing termination of pregnancy. ( Suction and evacuation.) Otherwise perforation of uterus occurs. Non-pregnant uterus is a tough structure and during D and C, (Dilatation a…nd curettage.) uterus does not get perforated, unless you want to perforate it. (MORE)
Breast biopsy is done to get a small tissue on your breast to be examined in the lab if its benign or malignant.
At 30 weeks pregnant the baby that is growing is approximately 15.7 inches long, and weighs almost as much as three pounds. The baby's eyesight is developing inside of the womb, and their kicking becomes stronger and more vigorous. Also sleeping patterns now include REM sleep and the rapid growth of… brain cells begins. (MORE)