What are the names of the two different steroid drugs that may be administered to pregnant women diagnosed with severe Pre-eclampsia before they are 34 weeks pregnant?
betamethasone and dexamethasone
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\nYou can go into labor at any stage of pregnancy and 34 weeks is quite a common time to do it. Babies born at 34 weeks, although not fully mature, usually do very well.
Is it harmful on the baby to have eaten tuna several times before finding out you are pregnant Like the first two weeks into your pregnancy?
Answer . No - you'll be fine.
Yes you can still get pregnant & you should use a condom for 2 weeks.
Yes, because the mature ovum (egg) is released 14 days before the next period.
try 34 weeks ago
inform the doctor as soon as possible to gve baby the best chances of a normal birth.
\nABSOLUTELY!! This is how it works. Your period starts. That's Day 1. Usually it's over by Day 6. Every woman has a certain time from the day she ovulates (that is, when …the egg pops out of the ovary and goes into the fallopian tube, and that's when you can get pregnant...), from the day her period starts again, providing the egg is not fertilized.\nFor me, my period started 11 days after the day of ovulation.... \nMy period didn't come ever 28 days.. it fluctuated between 26 days and 32 days.. but I always knew exactly when I would get my period because I knew the day I ovulated - I learned all this through Natural Family Planning where they teach you to take your temperature every morning (basal body temperature).. you can tell when you ovulated due to body temp... and I knew exactly when I was pregnant, too, even before my period was due because your temp rises ever so slightly when you're pregnant!\nIf you know your normal resting body temp (that is, if you slip a thermometer into your mouth right when you wake up, and get to know what the 'normal' is.., you'll know you're pregnant when your body temperature doesn't go down or stay the same, but goes UP right about when your period is due.\nIt's all very interesting... but 2 weeks after your period is PRIME TIME for getting pregnant.\nAND.. another interesting fact... if you haven't had sex for, say, 2 weeks before that time, and had sex right on the day you ovulated, your chances of having a boy are about 90%. If you want a girl.. you have sex about 7 days BEFORE you ovulate, so that the only sperm hanging around when that egg pops out are the female ones (they're the hardier ones), and chances are you'll have a girl. Sperm live awhile.. and the egg hangs around in fallopian tubes for awhile ... It's harder to plan for a girl because you're never sure just HOW LONG the egg is going to be in the tube. 7 days before ovulation may be too long.. you might have to experiment a few months.. but don't do it too close to ovulation.. you don't want those male sperm racing (they're faster too) to that egg first if you want a girl. You want the male sperm to die off and have mostly female sperm left.
There is a possibility. That would be implantation bleeding. But its still too early to tell. So wait until your period is due to take a HPT.
yes I'm pregnant and they are testing me it doesn't make a difference because if a dipstick comes up positive on something an you know its wrong then you just ask them to send… it to a lab because your pregnant and your hormones could be affecting the test
If you are on time for your Depo Provera injection, pregnancy is not likely. Spotting or bleeding on Depo Provera is a side effect, not a sign of pregnancy.
That's a little bit early. Ideally, doctors like you to be at least 37 weeks pregnant before you deliver - in fact, anything between 37 and 42 weeks is considered ideal. Anyth…ing earlier than that and your baby risks having complications. However, a baby born at 34 weeks - although they would likely have to spend time in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - would likely do well in the long run, and would almost certainly survive, if the birth happened in a hospital with adequate facilities. A home birth would be dangerous at 34 weeks, because the baby would need some medical attention.
Yes, but the doctors would probably suggest inducing you at 42 weeks. My mum was pregnant for 44 weeks she just told the doctors if the baby was ready then he would come out.
Conception is when sperm meets egg and they attach to the wall of your uterus and become an embryo. It's essentially the day you got pregnant.
Yes, although sperm counts can be decreased in some individuals who have used steroids (or steroid-based medications) on a chronic basis.
Why do you give betamethasone to pregnant women diagnosed with severe Preeclampsia before they are 34 weeks pregnant?
Administration of betamethasone can improve the fetal lung performance and maturation