You just found out you are pregnant you have a 6 months old and had gestational diabetes that led to a caesarian section Is it safe to stay pregnant and what are the risks if you do keep the baby?
Typically if you know you are pregnant and you develop diabetes but find out about it it is alright. Gestational diabetes (although not the greatest thing to have) is easy to control if you follow the diet. The main thing about gestational diabetes is that you typically have a larger baby. Each pregnancy is different; you might not even develop gestational diabetes during this pregnancy. I would say to stay away from sugar during your pregnancy, follow your diet and talk to your doctor to see what he/she says about this pregnancy.
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If you drank every weekend for the first three months of your pregnancy and then stopped when you found out that you were pregnant is your baby still at risk for fetal alcohol syndrome?
From what I've read in books and magazines any type of drinking could lead to Fetal alcohol unless you have only a sip. Talk with your doctor maybe they can give you ultrasoun…d and make sure everything is okay.
If you have a 6 month old baby - had gestational diabetes with that pregnancy - and just found out that you are pregnant again is it safe to stay pregnant?
Yes, it is. You may be considered high risk by some care providers, because of the previous GD but otherwise, you should be fine. . We usually encourage people to wait …at least one year after a vaginal birth and two years after a Cesarean section before trying to be pregnant again. Most physicians now will recommend that women either not attempt VBAC (vaginal birth after Cesarean) or do so with the understanding that if anything looks unfavorable, the threshold for going right to a Cesarean section would be very low. The reason is that recent research has shown that attempting labor after having a Cesarean greatly increases the chance of uterine rupture. But again, most physicians would recommend that you let things heal for a couple years before trying to become pregnant again (although you may hear different answers). . Here is the news release that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) placed on their website in 2004 regarding recommendation against VBAC: acog.org/from_home/publications/press_releases/nr10-29-04-1.cfm
You just found out you are 6 weeks pregnant before you knew you were pregnant you were drinking sometimes 3 drinks in a row will your baby be ok?
Most likely your baby will be fine. There's no evidence that a couple of drinks on a couple of occasions very early in pregnancy can harm a developing embryo. With that said, …the key is to stop consuming alcohol now to ensure the health and safety of your unborn child. Continuing to drink regularly throughout your pregnancy is cause for a wide variety of problems including FAS (fetal alcohol syndrome) in the child. Not surprising when you consider that alcohol enters the baby's bloodstream in about the same concentrations present in your blood. It takes the fetus twice as long as its mother to eliminate the alcohol from its system. When you visit your doctor, be sure to inform him of this so that he will have it on record, just in case.
If the pregnancy hormones are still there you can't but you can wait for the ultrasound.
If you were on diet pills for a month and just found out you were pregnant what effects would this have one the baby?
The caffeine and stimulants would result in a very shaky baby who could suffer from withdrawal. By the time it is born, it may be ok, though. I've seen babies who's mothers dr…ank coffee and took pills and they literally shook and seemed irritable.
NO although the baby can suffer from hypoglycemai (low blood sugar ) immediately after birth and will need to be monitored closesly.....as a pregnant woman can not take oral a…gents and will either need to be diet controlled or on insulin.
Yes you are now well and truly pregnant you will have to wait for another three months for your big day.
NO it definitely not safe. You can only breed cavaliers at a minimum age of 2.5 years but that only BOTH parents are clear of health problems at age 5.
Most kittens reach reproductive maturity around 6 months old, so are able to reproduce around this age. So yes, a kitten can indeed get pregnant at 6 months old. However, l…etting a young and not yet mature (a cat is considered adult at 1 year old) cat breed comes with increased risk for both mother and litter. A kitten is still developing mentally and physically, and there is a high risk that there are complications with the birth, she may just not be ready to look after the kittens once they are born, or in some extreme cases, the kittens or mother may not survive. The possible health problems and the costs involved are often not worth the risk. It is cheaper and far safer for a kitten to be spayed before she reaches reproductive age..
You doctor will give you recommendations to keep the baby from being infected. Consult your OB-GYN immediately.
It happened to me and I did fine. Those children are now 29 and 30.
its may be ok..
No it's not.
I'm pretty sure you can't. I believe the baby will not be ready and If you try to push it out it could have disabilities or be dead.