Is it normal to be 10 and pregnant
No, while it is possible, most ten year old girls do not ovulate, which means they cannot become pregnant. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/is-it-normal-to-be-10-and-pregnant ]
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- Is it normal to be 10 and pregnant
- No, while it is possible, most ten year old girls do not ovulate, which means they cannot become pregnant. ChaCha!
- Light period after 10 days of my normal period then missed period…?
- well if you got your normal period after the light one you shouldnt be worried, had it happen to me once, things went back to normal after a few weeks but it never hurts to check
- Is this normal? 10 weeks pregnant….?
- Pregnancy brings all sorts of dull aches and sharp pains. You probably need to see a chiropractor who can put your hips back in place. All through my pregnancy my hips would hurt and I would get adjusted and feel instant relief.
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- Is this normal? 10 weeks pregnant….?
- Q: Hi all,I will be 10 weeks pregnant on thursday and have been having some hip pain for the past few days. They get pretty achy. Usually it’s one or the other, it hasn’t ever been both at once. Also, today I’ve had some pain. Kind of where cramps would be, lower right pelvic area. I know cramping is normal, but this is more of a sharp pain. At the moment, I don’t have an Ob/Gyn because of insurance purposes. My first appointment isn’t until December 2nd, so I feel like I can’t call and ask a doctor who hasn’t even seen me yet. Anyhow, I just worry about my baby being healthy and would like to know if you ladies experienced similar things. I know it’s not an ectopic pregnancy because I had an ultrasound at a pregnancy clinic a week ago to rule that out (wanted reassurance). Everything looked good at the time, but I still worry. Thanks in advance for any input.
- A: Pregnancy brings all sorts of dull aches and sharp pains. You probably need to see a chiropractor who can put your hips back in place. All through my pregnancy my hips would hurt and I would get adjusted and feel instant relief.
- is this the same thing as having to pee at night(nocturia) or is it normal(10 weeks pregnant)?
- Q: just waking up at 3 am (for no reason..just one of those things you do) and realizing you have a STRONG urge to urinate…is this just like one of those things that happen while you’re sleeping but your body holds it until you wake up or its this nocturia?
- A: Nocturia (increased need to urinate at night)CausesWhat to expect at the doctorTreatmentsNocturia is a term used to describe the need to pass urine at night. Waking up more once to pass urine at night is considered to be nocturia, but patients may be waking up with the urge to urinate hourly or more frequently. It is normal for urine to decrease in amount and become more concentrated at night. Most people can sleep 6 to 8 hours without having to urinate. Middle aged or older men may normally have to urinate once in the early morning hours. Patients with cardiac failure may experience nocturia, as may elderly patients who often pass more urine at night as blood flow to the kidneys is increased when lying flat. Nocturia is a common problem in Australia. Men and women are equally affected, and by 80 years of age, over 50% of men and women will be waking 2 or more times per night to pass urine. It is a significant problem in the community, causing sleep deprivation and affecting quality of lCausesThere are many common causes of nocturia, which include: Excessive fluid intake, particularly before bedtime Excessive coffee, caffeinated beverages and alcohol intake, particularly at night. Enlargement of the prostate gland, particularly in men over 50 years of age Diabetes mellitus Urinary tract infection Chronic heart failure Heart failure Medications such as diuretics (fluid tablets), lithium and heart medications Habit Sleep disorders such as insomnia which cause secondary nocturiaWhat to expect at the doctor The doctor may ask you many questions about your symptoms. They may perform a full physical examination and order some tests, such as: Urinalysis and culture Blood tests to check renal function Frequency/volume chart: including type, time and amount of fluid intake, time and amount of urine passed ultrasound scanning of the bladder to check for urine retention A specialist may order further tests such as urodynamics and sleep studiesTreatmentTreatment options vary depending on the cause of frequent night time urination. If an infection is the cause of nocturia, this will be treated with antibiotics. For more complex causes, patients will probably benefit from referral to a urologist (specialist in urinary problems). In general, management may take a conservative (no medications/surgery), medical or surgical approach. Conservative measures may involve bladder training exercises, keeping a bladder diary and reducing amount of fluids taken at night. Medical treatments include hormone treatments for post-menopausal women (if appropriate) and treating diabetes mellitus. Surgical management might be considered in the case of prostatic enlargement for men with significant symptoms.Diseases presenting with Nocturia (increased need to urinate at night) include:Kidney Disease – Chronic Renal Failure
- I am 10 weeks pregnant with my 3rd child, I have already gained 4 pounds?
- Q: With my first 2 I lost 15 pounds the first 2 months, and then gained it back by 5 months, so I could wear all my normal clothes still I am already having to unbotten my pants, is this normal?? 10 weeks pregnant..
- A: No two pregnancies are alike or in your case 3! Good luck with it all. Some pregnancies are influenced by the baby, ie fads or desperate needs to eat a certain food, some are influenced by hormone balance. You could have both influences and are eating differently with type of food and amounts.Its also said by some people that we ‘carry’ babies differently, some times its all up front and sometimes its spread around the lower waist area (bums and thighs included).