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Hi Wait tell your off your meds then wait 2 weeks then go for it.Remember day 14 is ovulation day so you really need to have unprotected sex a good 3...
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It would only be appropriate to use if it met the infant's nutritional needs.  Infants often have different needs than toddlers - use...
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They are probably doing the bone marrow test to see if there's anything wrong with her ability to make normal blood.  They could also be...
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Hi I would say at 11 months that she now needs other fluids like boiled water but cooled down, orange juice and even some formula for its age to back...
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Hi Please read through this link below it could help you.http://www.webmd.com/parenting/baby/diapering-a-baby-13/expert-answersIt could be what the...
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Hi You may find this link interesting to read, but as for figures I think you may find them very hard to find.https://www.stoptheclot.org/article114...
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Hi What is below is from the Mayo Clinic.Implantation bleeding — typically defined as bleeding that occurs 10 to 14 days after conception — is normal...
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Reported.
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Hi Your first miscarriage is known as a chemical miscarriage in the first 12 weeks. There are probably many reasons why a miscarriage may happen...
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I was diagnosed with shingles a few weeks ago and my doc told me that has long as I have blisters that I'm contagious. I needed to stay away from...
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Reported.  And laughed at.
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There is not a vaccine for MRSA. Avoid contact with the baby until you speak with your Physician. Anyone can get MRSA and some people are not...
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Hi Your be happy to know that cancer is not a transferable disease, so things should be OKHope he getting better.Good Luck
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