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Penicillin is the drug of choice for Strep, so maybe there was a Group B Streptococcal infection discovered prenatally that needed treatment. This is...
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If they did not give you any medication, then you were probably not having "active" contractions. It sounds to me like you should probably...
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Hi This sounds like baby has its foot or something else in a nerve, they will do this sometimes.I think you know when its labour pains, labour...
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Hi Just keep of these until the last week or days, its no good getting contractions now. What you got last night may have just been from having a hot...
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Hi Just wait, it will happen and when it dose you will know about it.I think your reading to much into you and hubby's dreams.The best thing you...
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The back pain you are experiencing may have nothing to do with your scoliosis, but may have everything to do with problems in your LOWER back. I...
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Hi I think your find its the other way round, if fact you energy levels will pick up, its like your body knows what's about to happen, my used to...
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Hi Its a very old fashioned way of doing it, but if you google your question there's lots of good answers for its use, just take a couple of...
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Hi. I Gave birth to my daughter at 32 weeks pregnant. What i was recomended to do is, Lay on your left side and drink a glass of water.If the pain...
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Having been blessed with bearing five children, I can say that walking certainly helps it along. It helps to change your center of gravity and allows...
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Please do not ever try to induce labor on your own. This can be very dangerous for both the mother and the baby.If you are pregnant, please seek...
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Blood sugar control remains important even during labor, which can be a stressful time for both the mother and the baby. If you have been taking...
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Considerable research has shown that regional anesthesia, both epidural and spinal, is safe for you and your baby.
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In some women, labor and contractions may slow after regional anesthesia for a short period of time. Most women find that regional anesthesia helps...
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Yes. Regional anesthesia allows you to rest comfortably while your cervix dilates. It should not affect your ability to push; instead, it will make...
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