What does a midwife put on a pregnant womans stomach?
A woman who only has sex after the ovulation period of her cycle will not get pregnant. This means abstaining from sex for a week prior to ovulating and the 48 hours of fertility following the start of ovulating. The trouble with using this method of natural family planning is the irregular cycle…s that many young women have and the lack of attention to the details women have during their cycle. This method should only be used by a monogamous couple because it does not protect either person from STDs. Answer You can NOT have sex, or use protection! Answer The only time a woman cannot get pregnant is if she does not have sex at all.. Even while using protection a woman can get pregnant if it fails or misused. The only other time is if she is already pregnant. (MORE)
Answer . \nI'm wondering the same thing, and I'm very confused. My stomach hurts to touch it and then I get a funny feeling in my stomach. I've gained some weight and it's not very normal for me, cuz I usually lose it right away. But exercising or anything tires me out, so I cant get rid of the w…eight. Does it hurt to have your pants go up or past your belly button? Mine does I can't stand to have pants on because it hurts my stomach or to even touch! It does feel slightly tighter and I'm bloated. So I don't know what to tell you, I'm experiencing the same you are. Good luck to you. (MORE)
Could a woman be pregnant if she had a strange pain in her lower stomach and the next day she started to bleed?
Answer . Hi,\n. \nAny time you have unprotected sex there is a risk of pregnancy. If your period arrived like normal then you are not pregnant. \n. \nThe sharp pain in your abdomonen and then bleeding the next day may be from your period or because your on birth control pill, pregnant or becau…se you have a hormonal imbalance. See your doctor. (MORE)
When it starts getting uncomfortable, probably sometime between 16 and 20 weeks. The best position to sleep while pregnant is on your side, with a pillow between your legs and another under your abdomen.
Answer Someone who looks after the baby and mother 'till they leave hospital. They help to deliver a baby. A midwife can also be a man despite the name! If there were no complications during pregnancy and none are expected in the birth process, a midwife can perform all necessary tasks. This is o…ften the case when women choose to give birth at home or somewhere else not in a hospital. It is considered to be a more natural way to give birth. Since women do not need to give birth in hospitals, midwives may also attend births in birth centers or at the family's home. The ATTEND the birth, but do not deliver. Only a mama can deliver her baby! Midwives attend normal, healthy births, and are trained to recognize complications during pregnancy so that they can refer the mother to an obstetrician, a surgeon specializing in pregnancy and birth, or during the birth to transfer care to a hospital or an OB. A person who serves as an attendant at childbirth but is not a physician. Some midwives (called certified nurse midwives) are trained in university programs, which usually require previous education in nursing; others (called lay midwives) learn their skills through apprenticeship a midwife is a person that helps you and your kids (MORE)
You and your wife (hopefully) get naked and have sex. A woman can also get pregnant by insemination through, not just through having sex.
There is usually enough protection with the bag of waters and so on to prevent injury to the fetus. However, once is more than enough. Do not stay in the relationship--even if you carry the baby to term, it will not be safe in this environment. As a mother you owe the child safety and there is not a…ny valid reason to hope things will improve. (MORE)
This symptom can be normal during pregnancy. Some women don't feel any movement from the baby. You should always talk to your doctor about this issue.
It means that the fetus has decended and the head is now in the posistion ready for delivery
None, unless she eats them. A woman carries a fetus in her womb. The most anyone has given birth to in one pregnancy is 8 as far as I know.
Skydive, or ride anything at an amusement park (except the slow train). Most doctors recommend against taking baths, as well.
A person who serves as an attendant at childbirth but is not a physician. Some midwives (called certified nurse midwives) are trained in university programs, which usually require previous education in nursing; others (called lay midwives) learn their skills through apprenticeship a midwife is a pe…rson that helps you and your kids (MORE)
Most can, some are unable to for various reasons. In speaking of humans, only a woman can get pregnant.
i am 5months pregnant lady. i am look at no pregnant or not stomach. what is the reason
The woman will most likely get pregnant if she doesn't have anything wrong with her reproductive system.
Take tums, they are safe. I believe they also have tums with gas relief. Also try mint or ginger they work well if you can handle the taste.
I have been doing a fair bit of research on this subject and there is no definitive answer. Generally the consensus is that a wheat bag should not be placed on the stomach but can be used to help alleviate other kinds of pain. Most commonly back pain. I have read one blog where a woman was using a… wheat bag on her tummy to try and turn her baby round but I would not recommend it. When using a wheat bag common sense is the best approach. If you are already feeling hot don't use one, the important thing is not to raise your body temperature or your blood pressure. Use it to ease back pain, aching calf muscles, shoulder pain etc. Don't use it continuously i.e. keep reheating it and use for several hours as it is not good for the skin and lessens the pain relief effect. Good luck with your pregnancy. Ghazala - WheatWarmers.com (MORE)
In some rare cases woman can grow hair on their stomach. But this is not a usual thing.
Stomach aches is not normal but abdominal pains yes it is and only during the first trimester.
Just putting a sperm may not work, as the sperm wil have to go in the vagina and meet the egg.
Hiya, i think i understand your question, i think your asking what a midwife does? . -well if you are heres the answer: . A midwife looks after women who are pregnent, they give them advice on what to eat, expercisea, what not to do ect. They also stay with the woman while shes giving birth -for s…upport and again telling her what to do [breath ect] . -Hope this helped. (MORE)
Your uterus will eventually retract and decrease in size. Your stomach will also decrease in size after the baby comes. Your body will change back to its normal self, just not your skin.
No. Not only does the semen die quickly outside the body, it has no way to travel up into the vagina.
a similar case exists with Sharon Tate. after the cleanup from the horrific muder- the arrangements were made. Sharon"s child ( which had been ripped out- and was already dead) was embalmed and restored as was Sharon., The child"s body was clothed and was propped up in the folded arms of the martyr…ed Mother. They were in the same casket. The mother and child funeral is a most touching and sad experience but can be beautiful also. Sharon was buried in her Blue Pucci Gown. Of course this was the aftermath of a crime- but normal ( if that word can be used) Mother and child funerals occur-but rarely. (MORE)
A woman gets pregnant during intercourse sex when the man sperm hits the woman egg cell. . There are many factors which affect your probability of pregnancy. Among them are your age, medical conditions, health, lifestyle and other factors all affect your likelihood of conceiving each cycle. You h…ave varying degrees of control over many of these factors. The number one most important factor affecting your chances of conceiving, however, is something that you and your partner can control: the timing and frequency of intercourse in your fertile window. . Your fertile window is made up of the days in your menstrual cycle when pregnancy is possible. The length of this fertile phase is determined by the maximum life span of your partner's sperm and your egg. Sperm can survive a maximum of five days in fertile cervical fluid and your ovum can survive for up to one day. Your theoretical fertile window is thus six days long, comprised of the five days before ovulation and the day of ovulation. You only have a chance to conceive when you have intercourse on these days. This means that pregnancy is technically possible from intercourse on any of these six days. The likelihood of actually becoming pregnant, however, is dramatically increased when you have intercourse in the three days immediately leading up to and including ovulation. This makes a practical fertile window of just three days. . The sperm and the egg cell, which has been released from one of the female's two ovaries, unite in one of the two fallopian tubes. The fertilized egg, known as a zygote, then moves toward the uterus, a journey that can take up to a week to complete. Cell division begins approximately 24 to 36 hours after the male and female cells unite. Cell division continues at a rapid rate and the cells then develop into what is known as a blastocyst. The blastocyst arrives at the uterus and attaches to the uterine wall, a process known as implantation. . The development of the mass of cells that will become the baby is called embryogenesis during the first approximately 10 weeks of gestation. During this time, cells begin to differentiate into the various body systems. The basic outlines of the organ, body, and nervous systems are established. By the end of the embryonic stage, the beginnings of features such as fingers, eyes, mouth, and ears become visible. Also during this time, there is development of structures important to the support of the embryo, including the placenta and umbilical cord. The placenta connects the developing embryo to the uterine wall to allow nutrient uptake, waste elimination, and gas exchange via the mother's blood supply. The umbilical cord is the connecting cord from the embryo or fetus to the placenta. . After about 10 weeks of gestational age, the embryo becomes known as a fetus instead. At the beginning of the fetal stage, the risk of miscarriage decreases sharply, When the fetal stage commences, a fetus is typically about 30 mm (1.2 inches) in length, and the heart can be seen beating via ultrasound; the fetus can be seen making various involuntary motions at this stage. . During continued fetal development, the early body systems and structures that were established in the embryonic stage continue to develop. Sex organs begin to appear during the third month of gestation. The fetus continues to grow in both weight and length, although the majority of the physical growth occurs in the last weeks of pregnancy. (MORE)
It is not against the law. Although why would you? If there is something wrong with your baby and you say you have never been pregnant before then it could hinder the chances if the doctors being able to fix the problem. Is you are embarrassed or ashamed, don't be. This is what midwives and doctors …are trained to deal with. Or go talk to a councillor, that may make you more comfortable talking about the situation. You should always let a doctor know of your medical history in a case like this. Please do the right thing. Not only for you - but for your babies health. (MORE)
Can you get pregnant if you put the sperm inside your vagina by hand after the man has ejaculated on the woman's stomach?
Possibly. Can you tell me how your question differs from "If my girlfriend isn't ready to be a mother, can I trick her into pregnancy by telling her that I had a vasectomy when I really didn't?"
It means that you can possibly mean you are on your menstrual cycle. It can mean you need to go to the bathroom. Also, it means you couldn't of eaten enough food. Or you can have a stomach ache for eating to much food. Was that helpful?
No, generally speaking a woman can not feel anything at four weeks, it is too early. Feeling the fetus in stomach or feeling of baby movement differ from women to women. But there are some other symptoms which let her know about her pregnancy like nausea, vomiting etc. But these conditions also vary… from women to women. (MORE)
In the US, a parent may choose any name s/he wishes for the child, as long as it's not done for fraudulent purposes.
Can you get pregnant if a guy puts his sperm in a cup then use a. Syringe to put in the womans vagina?
Of course. This is no different from the man actually ejaculating inside her, other than that it might be colder.
There are all sorts of contraceptive devices on the market. one needn't go into detail preferring prudence to pushing (Pills). Prudence and the Pill was a movie not dealing with cautionary virtue but it was the title of the female character, Needless to say, Churchmen were not amused, or bemused.
Before the ejaculation, during the act of sex there is something called pre ejaculation fluid coming out from penis. Actually this is for lubrication purpose and to make the sex more pleasurable. This fluid may contain some sperms and there is a chance of woman getting pregnant even the semen is rel…eased outside the vagina. (MORE)
Some women "sense" this almost immediately. You can get pregnancy test kits at drug stores, or visit a free clinic or medical professional for an examination. If the woman is pregnant, after a few weeks she may begin to feel nauseous (especially in the mornings) and her monthly periods will stop. …Until you are sure she's not pregnant, it's best to assume that she is, and make appropriate plans. (MORE)
The baby will feel is depending on age. If the impact is very big, the baby could have mental problems or have some birth defects, or even die.
Acid reflux is a very common ailment in early pregnancy. There are a few drugs that your doctor might perscribe to make them less occurent of even get rid of these altogether.
If you are talking about the baby moving, most women don't feel anything until at least 16-20 weeks, which 4 or 5 months. Some women who have had children before, or women who are very slim may feel movement slightly earlier than others.
If a transsexual woman was born with a male body and had sexual relations with a female before her sex reassignment surgery (and preferably before hormone usage), then she has the same possibility as anyone else at getting the female pregnant. However, if a transsexual man was born with a female …body and had sex reassignment surgery to become physically male, and had sexual relations with a female after the surgery, then no he cannot get a woman pregnant. Usage notes: Transsexuals and transgender are not the same thing. If someone will eventually get surgery, transsexual is the correct term, while if the person will never get surgery, transgender is the correct therm. People are born with transsexualism and get surgery to eliminate it. However, most transgenderism is a choice, and a transgender person doesn't become a transsexual. Transsexual persons get surgery to eliminate their transsexualism, conform, and gain the same rights as those born without it. Also, sex-reassignment is the correct term, since it is the physical sex that is changed, not the gender identity the person was born with. If a person discusses the condition of transsexualism, it is rude and in bad form to change the topic to transgenderism. (MORE)
Can a girl get pregnant if the guy pulls out and cums on your stomach then he puts his penis back in side of you after?
YES! When the guy cums not all the sperm leaves the penis. Some is still in the urethra and some is still on the outer skin. All it takes is one little swimmer to enter the vagina or end up on the labia.
Your stomach, like all internal organs during pregnancy, does not "move" or relocate in any way! In the case of the stomach, the dorsal (top) aspect of the uterus, the fundus, is growing upwards, and coming closer under the stomach as the baby grows and the uterus enlarges. When enclosing a full-ter…m infant, it is important to note and appreciate that the uterus is at that time the largest, strongest muscle in the human body, either male or female! Due to relatively cramped quarters for all the organs located in the woman's mid-section as the baby grows towards full term (40 weeks on average), the stomach is one organ whose shift you may become most aware of. It becomes a bit upthrust and can, at pregnancy's end, become compressed. As a result, women who never before or after can occasionally experience acid indigestion or reflux towards term -- it's a much shorter trip for stomach acids up the esophagus to the throat area when the baby is taking up so much room. So it can be uncomfortable if you eat full meals at this point in pregnancy. Smaller and more frequent food intake could work better. Which you will know, when you get there! Your body knows what to do - take care of yourself and listen to your body, and trust it's wisdom. This is all in nature's miraculous and amazing plan, where every single detail is accounted for in terms of both mother and baby. (MORE)
No. Pregnancy requires your egg and at least one of his sperm cells. Unless he has wet sperm on the intruding finger, pregnancy won't happen.
Because the baby develops inside her womb (below the stomach) and the skin stretches to compensate for the growth of the baby.
yes it is possible... but it can grow in your tubes very dangerous for you
No. The uterus is closed when pregnant and it takes some time until you start ovulating again and before that will happen a infection would have started due to the fetus decomposing. If you suspect a miscarriage see a doctor.
Yes the fetus has to come out and then the belly goes back. You can't go back to be thin again if you have a fetus inside and fluid.
Yes. Diarrhea is experienced by some women, especially in the earlystages of pregnancy. This is mostly due to the rapidly changinghormone levels and should not be a concern unless it lasts morethan a few days or you feel concerned, then get checked by yourOB-GYN.
No, sounds like a old wives tale. There is no way you can find out unless the doctor helps you or you wait until the baby is out.
No, at least I don't think so. If you plan on having your child at the hospital, then most likely you don't need a midwife. The doctor will give you ultrasounds and such, making sure you and your baby is doing well. S/He will deliver your child too (at the hospital). and the midwife is pretty much g…onna do the same thing too. Although, midwives are used for natural births. Most of the time, mid wives come to your house if you plan on giving birth at home. (MORE)
Every pregnancy is different not all women gain weight immediately... Some gain very little weight others gain obsessive amounts of weight.. It's best to discuss with your Dr on whether or not this is healthy for the growth of your baby.
It'll pull back close to what it was before in a few weeks time. the cavity after discharging baby gets empty filled with air we need to tighten her stomoch with any post natal belt for betterment of the mother