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How can I pervent a miscarriage ?

How can I pervent a miscarriage from happening at five weeks I am Sacered I had one before I m five weeks peregant now I don t want another miacarriage how can I pervent that from happening while I m stressing a lot now a days I m more sacered then anything in the world can anyone helpme I m only 19 yr old
Asked On : Fri, 24 Jun 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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Hi Aliyah, You must not take so much tension especially in this time of your pregnancy. Just because you had a miscarriage at the same time doesn't mean you should have one again. There could be many a reason for that. You need to stay calm. Do deep breathing exercises, Yoga and Pranayam to help relax. Eat well for your baby. Eat high protein diet like cereals, pulses, wheat, eggs, chicken, lean meat for proper body mass. Eat green leafy vegetables to prevent constipation and to provide good vitamins to your baby. Drink 1-2 litres of water a day. Continue taking the Folic acid tablets your Doctor has advised. Whenever you feel scared, remember that you are lucky and have conceived a baby inside you who needs you to be calm and happy. The less you stress, the less chance of trouble. You should do fine. Consult your Doctor if you have any problems like pain abdomen etc. Take good care of yourself, go for regular antenatal checkups and have a safe and beautiful pregnancy.
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Aww thank you so much . I'm stessing a lot Now a days I. Feel growling a lot even after I eat and since I work I walk around a lot and I'm also a student so their is a lot if working for me :) I also feel at time a lot of gas in my tummy I'm. Just nervous I have been drinking a lot of water and almonds and rice chicken salad to keep health until i see the nurse for my 1st appointment next week :) I had my miscarriage when I was eight weeks I just hope I'm doing fine I want a healthy baby this time around .. I just want to make sure I'm doing the right thing this time around :) thank you so much for your help I might have more question
Answered: Fri, 24 Jun 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Vasudha Jayant Athavale's  Response

When you had an abortion before, Insted of just being tense, you should be taking certain precautions to avoid it this time .Apart from routine pregnancy caer,Here are few things you can do you should do-

-Stop working &straining immediatly ,till Dr gives permission to move.

-consult a doctor( Gynac)

-Get sonogaphy done,to be sure of normality of baby at present.

-some problems found at an ealy stage can be treated successfully.

-Early abortions are mostly due to harmonal defficiency,so harmonal suppli mentation with experts advice is the remedy .Please stop worring.Wish you all the best.

Thank you

Answered: Fri, 24 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Vasudha Jayant Athavale's  Response
The blood investigations done will help your doctor to judge about the problem last as to avoid it now.
your doctor must have prescribed you medicines for protecting your baby .(usually some harmones are given-I should not comment unless I know the pathology reports &the medicines you are taking)
If you are taking medicines properly,you need not be tense.the dull ache may be just the preliminary signs of pregnancy.
If you are not taking PL. visit yr. dr. &start the treament right away.
Answered: Sat, 2 Jul 2011
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