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What are some complications of pregnancy?

A: complications of pregnancy include eclampsia, premature birth, and erythroblastosis fetalis (Rh incompatibility). Ectopic pregnancy, in which the fetus begins to develop outside the uterus, often in a fallopian tube, is another complication. It is often the result of scarring from a sexually transmitted disease. Smoking has been linked to low-birth weight infants; alcohol consumption during pregnancy has been linked to a group of defects called fetal alcohol syndrome....


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complications of pregnancy with mercury and lead poisoning

A: List of pre-existing conditions: mercury & lead poisoning, endometriosis, weakened adrenals - taking cortef, suspect thyroid insufficiency - testing next week List of other diseases, conditions, or injuries and their treatment: endometriosis; cortef for adrenal weakness and chronic sinus infection; being tested for thyroid next week Current medical status: Have been told by two MD''s that my treatment for the metals will take about three years. One of them thought it could be two, but said he wouldn''t be surprised if three since the mercury maxed at the lab''s max value measured. Current medical treatment: am also on progesterone replacement and have been since I was 30. I''ve had a chronic sinus infection for...
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What Are Possible complications During pregnancy?

A: Although pregnancy is a natural process, it commonly involves some difficulty or potential health risks. complications during pregnancy are not at all unusual, but can be a source of great fear and anxiety to expectant mothers and their families. While some complications during pregnancy can be dangerous for the mother or child, many are treatable and easy to catch with attentive prenatal care. An ectopic, or tubal, pregnancy is a common type of complication that usually results in the chemical or surgical abortion of the fetus. Instead of...
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What Are the Possible complications of Jaundice in pregnancy?

A: The complications of jaundice in pregnancy are largely due to the underlying causes of this condition. Some of the complications that may arise include a motherís dangerously high blood pressure, damage to a womanís kidneys, a premature delivery and stillbirth. A pregnant woman with jaundice may develop gallstones and experience fluid retention. Developmental complications in the fetus may also occur. Liver failure due to a buildup of fat on that organ may also be a complication that leads to the development of jaundice and may result in doctors performing an emergency...


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Is there any complications during pregnancy : my wife has gestational Diabetic?

A: My sister-in-law had her baby in September, having had gestational diabetes diagnosed around about July. She received dietary advice from the hospital and had her appointments increased from the usual maternity schedule to keep an eye on her. She was warned that she''d have a big baby, and they weren''t wrong. During the last few months of pregnancy she had to eat at certain times, cut out all added sugar in her diet and do blood sugar tests at home. The hospital would not allow her to go overdue, due to the size issue, and so she was induced the day after her due date. The baby''s blood sugar dropped slightly a few hours after she was born, but then stabilised. The hospital gave strict instructions on the baby''s feeds (i.e. on how much...


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What Are the Possible complications of Abortion?

A: Though they are relatively uncommon when the procedure is performed by a trained doctor, there are several possible complications of abortion that may arise, particularly when it is done later in pregnancy. Surgical abortion may result in laceration of the uterus, cervix, or other nearby organs. Medical abortions, which are performed through the administration of certain drugs, as well as surgical abortions, may fail to terminate the pregnancy or can leave some amount of tissue in the uterus. Some women may experience excessive bleeding with either type of procedure. There is also a...


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What Are Possible complications of a Long Umbilical Cord?

A: The average umbilical cord is typically no longer than 24 inches (61 cm), so cords that exceed this length might result in problems during pregnancy or childbirth. Most problems stemming from an overly long umbilical cord are not discovered until after the birth, because it can be difficult to see this type of issue during an ultrasound. One of the most common complications of a long umbilical cord is entanglement, because the cord might become wrapped around different fetal body parts. Longer cords also have a higher risk of knots forming, which can cut off the unborn baby`s oxygen supply. Additionally, a long cord...


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what could be the complications of having a baby at age 46, 47

A: Hi, Some of the complications of a late pregnancy are -Preeclampsia (a common pregnancy syndrome, characterized byhigh blood pressure), gestational diabetes , premature delivery, congenital abnormalities in the foetus , lowbirth weight of the baby , maternal, fetal, and newborn death, placenta previa (the incorrect placement of theplacenta inside the uterus) . Please consult a gynaecologist before planning a pregnancy .Hope this helps you. Take care and regards !...


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how can one prevent or minimize chances of pregnancy complications/child defects when pregannt at ag

A: Hi, as in late age of pregnancy there is decrease in progesterone levels which is responsible for normalpregnancy, therefore you may need to take natural progesterone, high doses of folic acid and consultation withyour gynecologist. Hope it helps. Thanks....


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What are the possible complications of fibroids?

A: Usually fibroids don''t cause many symptoms and often don''t require treatment, but in some cases they may cause more serious complications. If fibroids cause heavy bleeding, they may lead to anemia, or a lower-than-normal number of red blood cells. Rare types of fibroids called parasitic fibroids may move from the uterus to other nearby organs, where they can cause serious complications. In some cases, fibroids may require a hysterectomy, or the removal of the entire uterus, which means women are no longer able to have children. Most of the time, fibroids don''t prevent a woman from becoming pregnant. However, they...


 
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