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Pregnancy, back pain, taken evion tablet, white discharge - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi
User :   I am 23+ weeks pregnant
User :   I have back pain
User :   My doctor gave me Evion Tablet
User :   can you please tell me what is this tablet for
Doctor :   Evion is simple Vitamin E
Doctor :   It is good to have this when you have back pain during pregnancy
Doctor :   as this acts as an antioxidant
User :   There is white discharge now
User :   want to know if it will be of some problem
Doctor :   Was the urinalayisis done
Doctor :   Infection should be checked at this stage
Doctor :   Are you having sexual intercourse
User :   No
User :   I use susten when i go to bed
Doctor :   Ok did your doctor asked you to continue on Susten
User :   as per my doctor advise
User :   ues
User :   opps
User :   yes
Doctor :   Ok
User :   they asked me to continue till 30 weeks
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   YOu should keep a extra cushion
Doctor :   at the back when you sit
Doctor :   Keep your spine erect
Doctor :   and keep a pillow back of thigs
Doctor :   thighs
User :   O
User :   Which means there is no major issues
User :   correct?
Doctor :   I do not think
User :   I also advised not to eat spicy food, non-veg, no sweets
User :   do you know the reason why
Doctor :   It is not easily digestible during pregnancy
Doctor :   How are you gaining weight
User :   Yes
User :   it increased slowly
User :   now it is 4KG increased one time
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   That is fine
Doctor :   The recommended wt gain in each of the trimesters are
Doctor :   1 kg, 5kg, and 5 kg
Doctor :   this is the maximum that a woman require
Doctor :   Some clinicians also say 0, 4 and 4 kg
Doctor :   per trimester
Doctor :   Trimester is 3 months
User :   my doctor said if i again gain another 4kg in another 2 or 3weeks then I will have to get admitted in the hosp
Doctor :   She is right
User :   why
Doctor :   from 12 weeks to 28 weeks
Doctor :   you should only increase by 5 kg
Doctor :   In that you increased 4 kg in the past couple of weeks
Doctor :   Any woman who gain weight rapidly after 20 weeks of pregnancy
Doctor :   should be investigated thoroughly for all potential complications like
Doctor :   Preclampsia, Gestational Diabetes, Blood pressure
Doctor :   Monitoring should be more frequent
User :   Preclampsia, Gestational Diabetes what is this
User :   can you please explain
Doctor :   Preeclampsia, is a condition where there is unexplained increase in BP
Doctor :   and in Gest Diabetes, the blood sugar increases
User :   mine is always around 90's
User :   blood sugar
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   it is important to note all these after 20 weeks of pregnancy
Doctor :   Swelling of feet, BP, Blood sugar, Urinalysis
Doctor :   Scans are more frequent
User :   Scan was done on 20th week
User :   scan was normal that is what my doctor said
User :   Swelling of feet happens often
User :   will all this cause affect the baby
Doctor :   No
Doctor :   You just keep monitoring your wellness
Doctor :   with the doctor
Doctor :   Make sure you do not gain too much weight
Doctor :   as your doctor says
User :   Will the baby be fully grown
User :   I am worried as i had two miscarriage
User :   last year
User :   u there
Doctor :   I am there
Doctor :   You are doing fine yet
Doctor :   You keep more frequent follow up with the doctor
Doctor :   The query whether the baby will be fully grown cannot be answered now
Doctor :   You should follow the guidelines
Doctor :   if you follow them your baby should grow fully
User :   What guidelines
Doctor :   As I told you above
Doctor :   Weight, BP, Blood sugar, Follow up, Scans
User :   if the blood sugar is more will it affect the baby
Doctor :   yes
User :   can you explain
Doctor :   Large baby, pre mature delivery
Doctor :   Delivery problems
Doctor :   Some neurological complications
User :   but baby will be fine
User :   ?
Doctor :   I say there can be neurological problems
User :   explain
Doctor :   Neural tube defects
Doctor :   Spinal problem
User :   to the baby?
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   Low sugar levels in the baby
Doctor :   Sometimes it can lead to high sugar levels
Doctor :   Growth is stunted
Doctor :   in the baby
User :   My doctor advised me to take only chappaty and ragi
User :   I get loose motion if i have them
User :   So i take rice
Doctor :   That is Ok
Doctor :   You can moderate the amount
Doctor :   1/2 bowl
Doctor :   Veggies
Doctor :   Fruit
Doctor :   Milk
User :   1/2 bowl small or big
User :   fruit - can i have mango
Doctor :   Medium size
User :   banana
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   Half mango
Doctor :   half banana
User :   will it gain wait
Doctor :   Not really
User :   Can i have corn
User :   chat
User :   puri etc
Doctor :   No
Doctor :   Do not have chat
Doctor :   YOu can take corn
Doctor :   You cannot have puri
Doctor :   Nothing fried
Doctor :   Nothing in the oil
User :   ok
User :   dal is fine?
User :   or masala rice, masala dosa, biryani with the mutton or chicken pieces
User :   sorry without mutton *
Doctor :   No Non veg
Doctor :   I think you require a dietitian help
Doctor :   Let a dietitian design your chart
Doctor :   Place a request for diet call
User :   k
User :   ty
Doctor :   It seems you moved out of the chat
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