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Pregnancy and Complications / Complications of Pregnancy

Many complications are possible during pregnancy. Sometimes the embryo begins to develop outside the uterus, or it’s exposed to substances that cause birth defects. Or the mother develops diabetes or high blood pressure. Every pregnant woman should be under the care of a competent doctor to avoid complications and so she and her baby stay healthy.

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Asked By : sonig

Asked on : 31 May 2012   

Just after four days of delivery my wife caught fever. The doctor has prescribed Augmentin 1000 (BD) which contains Amoxycilin 825 mg and potassium clavulanate 125 mg. Is it okay to take this medicine of strength 1000mg twice a day for a breastfeeding woman? plz advise.

Asked By : AwaitingArrival

Asked on : 08 Jan 2012   

I am so nervous about going into labor next month. My first orignally due date based on my last period was on Feb.8th, but the ultrasound estimated due date is Feb. 21st. The baby is little when I was 26 weeks she was only 1 pound and 4 ounces. So I think she's going to come early. I really freaking out becuase I do not like pain and I have to get a Epidural and medicine throught the Catheter else nothing won't get accomplished. My family told me I am close built. Will that give me complications? Also when would be the best time to go to the hospital because I heard you should try to walk and don't rush to the Hospital. What's the earliest I can recieve an epidural, and they they run out? If so could i get anotherr one? Lastily, when would it be too late to recieve any medication and the epidural?


Asked on : 15 Sep 2011   

Hello , My spouse is under preganancy duration and she has completed her 8 and half Months however now in last ultraasound she has been found with MILD OLIGOHYDRAMNIOS ....
I am understandble with Internet docs that this is something less fluid where baby present for 9 Months ...I need you assistance to understand in this case how she can avoid this MILD to become Major or sever and what could be the impacts as wel as what are precautions to be taken to get her and baby our of danger

Asked By : bruno

Asked on : 04 Jun 2010   

Can pregnancy be affected by biopsy.
My wife had been trying to conceive for the last one year. on 10 may 2010 our doctor advised for biopsy of my wife and he scheduled it on 19 may 2010 . In between we had intercourse on 15 may and went for biopsy on 19 may. dr. did it and gave medicenes .result is awaited after 10 days. But when my wife was over a week of her scheduled periods , we did prgnancy test and to our surprise it was positive.
Now, pse suggest if the fetus is alright or what to do now

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