Women may get a negative test result on a urine or blood pregnancy test despite being pregnant. Although many factors can contribute to a false-negative pregnancy test, the…

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Abdominal pain. Vaginal bleeding. Discharge of fluid or tissue from the vagina. Loss of the common early signs of pregnancy, such as nausea and breast tenderness. Can you…

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The placenta, the fetus and amniotic fluid account for about 35% of total weight gain during pregnancy. This weight is lost during childbirth. The rest of the weight…

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Thyroid hormone levels in the mother do change during pregnancy. This study examined these changes to determine the normal ranges of thyroid hormones during pregnancy. Do TSH levels…

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At around 20 weeks of pregnancy, the top of the uterus reaches the navel, and your fundal height would be about 7 to 8.5 inches (18 to 22…

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In short, over-the-counter muscle rubs like IcyHot or Tiger Balm are OK to use while pregnant because of their low concentration of ingredients, according to Christine Sterling, MD,…

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You may start to feel bloated, and your breasts may start to grow. Baby’s unique facial features continue to develop along with all of their inner workings and…

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But should you ingest them if you are pregnant? The answer is, no. In fact, most energy drink companies voluntarily post advisory statements on their labels, which discourage…

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How Many Eggs Can a Woman Eat During Pregnancy? Pregnant women can enjoy eggs daily as part of a healthy, balanced diet that also includes plenty of vegetables,…

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The pregnancy hormone progesterone can cause your tummy to feel full, rounded and bloated. If you’re feeling swollen in this area, there’s a possibility you could be pregnant….

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