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Miscarriage

... The mother has had two or more miscarriage s, stillbirth s, or children who died in infancy. These ... of miscarriage ? Is there any family history of stillbirth ? Is there any family history of early death ? ... each day may increase risk of miscarriage , stillbirth or birth defects , ... In the 1950s, the ...

Stillbirth

... stillbirth s may be due to injuries , illnesses (such as ... of the fetus also can occur. - stillbirth Review Date : 11/3/2003 Reviewed By : Celeste ... Too Long Between Pregnancies Increases Risk of stillbirth (June 30) Age Affects Survival Rates in Women ...

Congenital syphilis

... developing nations where congenital syphilis remains a leading cause of stillbirth s and newborn death s. A pregnant woman with syphilis can pass the ... can transmit the disease to her fetus ; 25% of such pregnancies end in stillbirth or death of the infant , and another 40% to 70% will result in a baby ...

Eclampsia

... such as a newborn weighing over 4000 grams, pre eclampsia , previous stillbirth , or an infant with congenital anomalies are more likely to have ... Undiagnosed hypothyroidism during pregnancy increases the chance of stillbirth or growth retardation of the fetus . It also increases the chance that ...

Mental retardation

... had mental retardation or other chromosome problems. You have had stillbirth s or several miscarriage s. stillbirth s are babies born dead after 28 weeks of pregnancy . Something about the ...

Retardation

... had mental retardation or other chromosome problems. You have had stillbirth s or several miscarriage s. stillbirth s are babies born dead after 28 weeks of pregnancy . Something about the ...

Alcoholism

... , diabetes , and/or thyroid problems. Some studies indicate that as little as one or two drinks each day may increase risk of miscarriage , stillbirth or birth defects , many physician s and other experts (including the Surgeon General and the National Council on Alcoholism ) advise ... It ...

Cholestasis

... and is often no cause for concern. But it's important to get it checked out, as it can be a sign of obstetric cholestasis , which can lead to stillbirth . Cholestasis is reduced or stopped bile flow. "Chole" refers to bile and "stasis" means "keeping at the same level." Bile flow may be ...

Congenital rubella

... the past 20 years. However, women who are infected with rubella any time during the first 3 months of pregnancy may have a miscarriage or stillbirth , or the child may be born with serious birth defects . These birth defects are called congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) ... Other factors ...

Deafness

... diabetes , manic depression or deafness - ... rubella any time during the first 3 months of pregnancy may have a miscarriage or stillbirth , or the child may be born with serious birth defects . These birth defects are called congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) and include heart ...

Membrane

... that separates the left and right nostrils nosebleeds sinusitis rapid heart rates and heart attack stroke premature birth or stillbirth of infants whose mothers use cocaine . Answer: Hyaline membrane disease is a breathing problem that afflicts about 20,000 newborn babies ...

Nausea

... tongue , or throat swelling Hives Rapid or irregular heart beat Cough ing up large amounts of blood ... Pregnancies Increases Risk of stillbirth (June 30) Age Affects Survival Rates in Women With Advanced Ovarian Cancer (June 30) Evidence Mounts on Women's Correct Use of Emergency ...

Nausea and vomiting

... Acupressure, Intravenous metoclopramide & nausea and vomiting during spinal anesthesia for cesarean section . Increases Risk of stillbirth (June 30) Age Affects Survival Rates in Women With Advanced Ovarian Cancer (June 30) Evidence Mounts on Women's Correct Use of Emergency ...

Nerve

... palmar; palmar apo neurosis ; palmar branch of median nerve ; ... Reform (July 9) Waiting Too Long Between Pregnancies Increases Risk of stillbirth (June 30) Age Affects Survival Rates in Women With Advanced Ovarian Cancer (June 30) Evidence Mounts on Women's Correct Use of Emergency ...

Nosebleeds

... that separates the left and right nostrils nosebleeds sinusitis rapid heart rates and heart attack stroke premature birth or stillbirth of infants whose mothers use cocaine . Symptoms include easy bruising , nosebleeds , bleeding gums , and bleeding into muscle tissue ...

Placenta

... placenta into the fetus , where an excessive destruction of fetal red blood cells occurs. When such hemolysis begins during pregnancy , stillbirth may result. Para extraer los tejidos fetal es y placenta rios se utiliza una mquina de aspiracin o de succin; luego se suministran algunas ...

Preeclampsia

... in 25% of these pregnancies. Women with previous pregnancy complications such as a newborn weighing over 4000 grams, preeclampsia , previous stillbirth , or an infant with congenital anomalies are more likely to have gestational diabetes . Women with a multi ple pregnancy are more likely ...

Pregnancy

... to caring for women before, during and after pregnancy , has had a unique history in America. When such hemolysis begins during pregnancy , stillbirth may result. While there is little danger of damage to the fetus during the first pregnancy , ... Gestational diabetes is a form of ...

Pregnancy Complications

... estrogen s that you take ... Women with previous pregnancy complications such as a newborn weighing over 4000 grams, preeclampsia , previous stillbirth , or an infant with congenital anomalies are more likely to have gestational diabetes . Sepsis in a newborn is more likely to develop when ...

Stasis dermatitis

... ... Stasis Dermatitis Status Epilepticus STD ( Sexually Transmitted Disease ) Stein -Leventhal Syndrome (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome ) stillbirth Still's Disease ( Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis ) Stomach Ulcer ( Peptic Ulcer Disease ) Stomach Cancer ... Starch Ingestion Starches ( ...

Syphilis

... new cases of syphilis occur every year. More than 90% of them are in developing nations where congenital syphilis remains a leading cause of stillbirth s and newborn death s. SYPHILIS - A sexually transmitted disease caused by the spirochete , Treponema pallidum. May also be acquired ...

Thiamine

... Wernike-Korsakoff syndrome ) from a deficiency of this vitamin . Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome ... Vitamin B 1 ( thiamine ) prevents stillbirth s, low- birth weight babies, and heart disorders. In late pregnancy and post -delivery, B1 requirements are greatly increased. Vitamin B 2 ( ...

Vitamin B

... make energy from carbohydrates . It also helps the heart , nervous system and muscle s function properly. Vitamin B 1 ( thiamine ) prevents stillbirth s, low- birth weight babies, and heart disorders. In late pregnancy and post -delivery, B1 requirements are greatly increased. Vitamin B 2 ( ...

Vomiting

... will create even greater problems. Small amounts of oily poison ous substances are best left alone to pass through the body. Increases Risk of stillbirth (June 30) Age Affects Survival Rates in Women With Advanced Ovarian Cancer (June 30) Evidence Mounts on Women's Correct Use of Emergency ...
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