Are there any harmful effects of yelling during pregnancy with low placenta?
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Hello dr patra......now m 24weeks pregnant wid low placenta....today i yelled at my elder son at d toppest of my voice....it ws realllyyyyy loud......will it hurt my unborn baby anyway.....since den movements hv bit decreased.....and sm white clots...plz help ........
Posted Fri, 3 Jan 2014 in Pregnancy
Answered by Dr. S Patra 1 hour later
Brief Answer: NO HARMFUL EFFECT ON YELLING. Detailed Answer: Hello, Thanks for writing to us on Healthcare Magic. Followings are my comments: 1) NO, yelling or loud noise DOESN'T cause any harmful effect to your unborn baby. Your baby is well protected inside the womb and habituated with different sounds in the body. However, regular shouting is NOT good for your health and vocal cords. 2) Baby moves in different time period like during sleeping or eating or household activity etc. You should count movements of your baby on regular basis - DFMC which will be more than 10 times in less than 2 hours. If fetal movements gradually decrease or you can't feel them for continuous 3 days, you must visit to your OBSTETRICIAN for overall check up and hearing fetal heart beat by stethoscope or fetoscope. Position of placenta (anterior) is also a cause of feeling less movements. 3) Mild white clots or substance is normal thing during pregnancy period. You shouldn't be worried unnecessarily. Just maintain genital hygiene. Hope, I have answered your query. Let me know, if you need further clarification. Wish your good health and successful motherhood. Regards, Dr Soumen For future query, you can directly approach me through WWW.WWWW.WW
Follow-up: Are there any harmful effects of yelling during pregnancy with low placenta? 24 hours later
Hi..thnk u....cramps lyk periods r commen in sixth month???standing fo longer tym cn create any problem in low placenta???i hv yellow discharge n yellow colored urine....bt no itching....is it normal??
Answered by Dr. S Patra 6 hours later
Brief Answer: DETAILS ARE GIVEN BELOW. Detailed Answer: Hello, Thanks for follow up query. 1) Mild to moderate occasional abdominal cramp is quite common throughout the pregnancy period. However, you should aware of the constant, rhythmic, regular uterine contraction or lower abdominal pain. These may be sign of preterm labor and you need urgent medical attention in such case. 2) Long time standing is not good for you with low placenta as gravitational force can cause unexpected vaginal bleeding or preterm labor. I would suggest to take adequate bed rest 10 to 12 hrs daily to avoid pregnancy related complication. 3) Slight yellow color urine is normal thing during pregnancy period and it occurs due to pelvic congestion. However, yellow vaginal discharge is not always normal thing. I suggest to consult with your OBSTETRICIAN for clinical examination. In the mean time, you would maintain your genital hygiene properly. Hope, I have guided you properly. Kindly, close the discussion if you don't have any other query. All the best and good luck. Regards, Dr Soumen
Follow-up: Are there any harmful effects of yelling during pregnancy with low placenta? 4 days later
Hi...my all reports r normal....m in sixth month....i hv sharp abdomina pain .....dats cums n goes....is it due to gases or r der my chances to go fo preterm labour?? Wat r causes n symptoms of preterm labours???wat shud b done to avoid preterm labour n preterm childbirth???m vry tensed...plz help....
Answered by Dr. S Patra 9 hours later
Brief Answer: FOLLOW THE GUIDELINE. CONSULT WITH YOUR DOCTOR. Detailed Answer: Hello, Thanks for follow up query. 1) Mild to moderate occasional lower abdominal cramp or pain is quite common throughout the pregnancy period. It occurs due to uterine contraction (irregular one) and effect of Relaxin hormone. In my point of view, above clinical features are NOT suggestive of preterm labor if your cervix is closed by pelvic examination or ultrasound scan. 2) Preterm labor is associated with strong, constant, regular, rhythmic uterine contraction or lower abdominal pain with or without moderate watery discharge (leakage of amniotic fluid). It should be confirmed by your obstetrician through pelvic examination. Indigestion problem or constipation can also cause abdominal pain. Take easy digestible healthy diet with more vegetables and drink more water. 3) To avoid Preterm childbirth, you have to take adequate bed rest 10-12 hrs daily with left lateral position. You must AVOID strenuous activity, lifting heavy object, long journey, uneven surface, high heal shoe, sexual intercourse and more ups & downs. Do periodic check up to your doctor. As your all reports are normal, then you don't need to worry much. BP should be normal and checked periodically. You can take DROTIN-DS (Drotaverine) with RANTAC to reduce abdominal pain. Hope, it helps for your understanding. Let me know, if you need any clarification. Wish your good health and take care yourself. Regards, Dr Soumen
Follow-up: Are there any harmful effects of yelling during pregnancy with low placenta? 35 minutes later
Hi..thnk u sooo much..my bp is normal..n since morning der is no abdominal pain....bt feeling pressure at lower abdomen wen i stand or walk...as m in sixth month i hv no increased appetite...i ws 41 kg wen i conceived ....y day i went fo routin chk up bp is normal n m 48 kgs.....m taking all prescribed medicines ie calcimax1000..hald sr200...fersoft n pregnacre...i wnt healthy baby n sooo dnt wanna go to preterm labour....my first pregnanfy went sooooo smoothly....bt dis tym m sooo tensed as second tym i went thru 8weeks abortion as it ws twins...:(
Answered by Dr. S Patra 28 minutes later
Brief Answer: DON'T BE WORRIED. YOU CARRY A HEALTHY PREGNANCY. Detailed Answer: Hello, Thanks for your response. Feeling of pressure on lower abdomen or pelvic region is quite physiological during pregnancy period. Don't be much worried. Total weight gain in pregnancy is 11 to 13 kg i.e 1kg (1st trimester)+ 5-6 kg (2nd trimester) + 5-6 kg (3rd trimester). You have gained 7 kg weight at 6 months. It is quite good and indicates healthy pregnancy. You should continue prescribed medication and follow above guideline to deliver a healthy baby. Don't be tensed and all pregnancy events are not same. All the best and good luck. Regards, Dr Soumen