Common Questions about Pregnancy
2. If your baby hasn't moved in awhile don't freak out, try drinking cold sweet things or sweet candy. If still no movement try laying on your back and pushing your belly back and forth. If still nothing switch positions and even try to get on your hands and knees and push belly back and forth. the baby should move. If your concerned still of no movement call your doctor.
3. Contractions are when your uterus gets hard and tight. if you have them consistently between 3-5 minutes an hour it is time to go the L &D.
4. When your water breaks it doesn't have to be a gush of fluid. It can be a slow trickle not stopping.
5. There is no order for labor. Contractions come first sometimes, water break comes first others.
6. If your water breaks or you think it did, go to L&D immediately. The longer you wait to go in , the higher the chance for infection for you and your baby. If you wait too long you can have a dry birth which is very painful.
7. If you want to post something about abortion be mindful that everyone has an opinion and not everyone has the same opinion.
8. We don't know if you are having a miscarriage. If you are bleeding and soaking pads and/or cramping go to the E.R. immediately.
9. We can't tell you if you're pregnant. Take a pregnancy test. If you get a negative but still no period make an appointment.
10. A faint line on a potential positive pregnancy test is still a positive. If your unsure take another tomorrow morning. The first pee is the most accurate when doing HPT.
11. If you're feeling pain in your belly (usually occurring on the lower right side) chances are, it's round ligament pain and is 100% completely normal. It's caused by the growing uterus pulling on the ligaments that support it.
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