Prenatal sentence example

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  • The prenatal vitamins made her nausea worse.
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  • Many of the marchers in the March for Babies likely did not give a second thought about preemies or the many health hindrances that can come with premature delivery or poor prenatal care - until it happened to them or someone they knew.
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  • Parents who already have a child with hyper-IgM syndrome or who come from families with a history of primary immunodeficiency disorders may wish to consider genetic counseling and prenatal genetic testing with future pregnancies.
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  • Parental concerns are reflected in the status of a reproductive couple to prevent the transmission of the virus before pregnancy and if this is not possible, to obtain adequate prenatal care to prevent the transmission to the baby.
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  • Prenatal testing is available for pregnancies in which an affected parent has been identified and the DNA mutation is known or the biochemical defect has been demonstrated.
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  • Other possible causes include abnormal development of the brain, prenatal factors that directly or indirectly damage neurons in the developing brain, premature birth, and brain injuries that occur in the first few years of life.
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  • Premature infants and low birth weight babies in general are known to be at increased risk of developing SIDS, as are infants born to teenage mothers, poor mothers, and mothers who for any reason have had inadequate prenatal care.
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  • If the test is positive, you're going to need prenatal care.
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  • Eat right, lightly exercise and keep up with prenatal doctor visits.
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  • Harvard researchers point to vigilant prenatal care, including the avoidance of alcohol and cigarette use.
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  • Ginger may be taken as a supplement along with your other prenatal vitamins.
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  • Prenatal testing is available if a pregnancy is known to be at risk and an identified affected family member has had positive laboratory testing.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis is available for specific forms of EDS, including kyphosocliosis type and vascular type.
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  • However, prenatal testing is only a possibility in these types if the underlying defect has been found in another family member.
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  • Most IMRs are correlated with prenatal care.
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  • Women who receive adequate prenatal care tend to have better pregnancy outcomes when compared to those who receive little or no care.
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  • Women who receive inadequate prenatal care tend to have increased chances of delivering a very low birth weight (VLBW) infant, which is linked to risk of early death.
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  • The course for IMRs is related to educational programs and prenatal care, which includes medical and psychological treatments.
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  • Similarly, there is no reliable prenatal test, although some physicians have used ultrasound to try to determine the length of fetal limbs in at-risk pregnancies.
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  • Mothers with multiple pregnancy should be especially careful to get adequate prenatal care, including any necessary vitamins or recommended tests.
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  • Biological and environmental factors that can cause mental retardation include genetics, prenatal illnesses and issues, childhood illnesses and injuries, and environmental factors.
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  • Good prenatal care can also help prevent retardation.
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  • Prenatal genetic testing is possible through amniocentesis.
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  • Many couples who already have one child with CF decide to undergo prenatal screening in subsequent pregnancies and use the results to determine whether to terminate the pregnancy.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis of types A and B NPD can be done with amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling.
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  • Prenatal care should be clear and comprehensive, so that the mother understands both her genetic risks and her environmental risks.
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  • Thus, prenatal diagnosis can be carried out in most families.
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  • If both members of a couple were proven to be FMF carriers through genetic testing, highly accurate prenatal diagnosis would be available in any subsequent pregnancy.
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  • If prenatal testing indicates the baby has a serious congenital anomaly as a heart defect or spinal cord defect, the mother may need additional testing to determine the extent of the problem.
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  • For example, prenatal testing techniques that determine birth defects in the womb force parents to make new moral choices about whether to give birth to a child.
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  • Some prenatal factors known to contribute to growth retardation include a variety of maternal health problems, including toxemia, kidney and heart disease, infections such as rubella and maternal malnutrition.
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  • Achondroplasia can be detected through prenatal screening.
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  • Multiple risk factors for development and persistence of antisocial behaviors include genetic, neurobiological, and environmental stressors beginning at the prenatal stage and often continuing throughout the childhood years.
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  • Neurobiological risks include maternal drug use during pregnancy, birth complications, low birth weight, prenatal brain damage, traumatic head injury, and chronic illness.
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  • However, some low income families may be at higher risk due to poorer access to proper prenatal care and advanced medical services.
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  • Grouping causes into those that occur during pregnancy (prenatal), those that happen around the time of birth (perinatal), and those that occur after birth (postnatal), is preferable.
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  • Studying prenatal human development is difficult because the embryo and fetus develop in a closed environment-the mother's womb.
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  • However, the development of a number of prenatal tests has opened a window on the process.
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  • Once a couple has had a child with MPS, prenatal testing is available to them to help determine if another fetus is affected with the same MPS as their previous other child.
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  • Prenatal testing can also diagnose MPS in the fetus, but this testing is normally done only when there is some reason to expect to find the disorder (e.g. family history of the disease).
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  • Spina bifida may arise because of chromosome abnormalities, single gene mutations, or specific environmental insults such as maternal diabetes mellitus or prenatal exposure to certain anticonvulsant drugs.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis may be made in most cases with ultrasound examination after 12 to 14 weeks of pregnancy.
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  • By preventing chronic intrauterine exposure to mechanical and chemical trauma, prenatal surgery improves neurological function and leads to fewer complications after birth.
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  • Prenatal testing for certain porphyrias is possible.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis of congenital erythropoietic porphyria has been successfully accomplished.
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  • Any prenatal tests, however, would not indicate whether a child would develop porphyria symptoms; only that the potential is there.
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  • Therefore, healthcare professionals and the public have stressed the need for better prenatal care, coordination of health services, and the provision of comprehensive maternal-child services.
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  • Experts associate this difference with the availability of prenatal care to minorities.
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  • The mother's socioeconomic status is a possible contributing factor because the leading cause of death was related to congenital malformations, which in some cases can be eliminated with appropriate nutritional intake and prenatal vitamins.
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  • Lack of prenatal care could also contribute to the fourth largest cause of infant death, which is maternal complications.
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  • Many other industrialized countries have a socialized system of health care, which offers universal access to prenatal care and helps lower country-wide infant mortality rates.
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  • Prenatal surgery is a surgical procedure performed on a fetus prior to birth.
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  • The most common prenatal surgeries are for conditions in which the child will not be able to breathe on its own after birth.
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  • There are only about 600 candidates for prenatal surgery in the United States each year and far fewer prenatal surgeries are performed.
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  • If only one kidney is affected and there is a normal amount of amniotic fluid, prenatal intervention is not required.
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  • About 10 percent of fetuses with urinary tract obstructions may require prenatal surgery in which a device is placed in the fetus's bladder to drain the urine into the amniotic sac.
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  • Prenatal surgery to drain or remove the cyst is performed only on severely affected fetuses.
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  • Sometimes prenatal surgery is performed to remove a tumor.
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  • If this fails, prenatal surgery may be used to destroy the abnormal blood vessel connections in the placenta.
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  • In prenatal surgery for TRAP sequence, the connections between the twins are severed.
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  • Hypoplastic left heart syndrome, in which the blood flow through the left side of the heart is obstructed, is the most common congenital heart defect that is a candidate for prenatal surgery.
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  • Until the late 1990s, prenatal surgery was almost exclusively limited to life-threatening conditions.
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  • However in 1994 the first prenatal surgery to treat spina bifida (myelomeningocele) was performed.
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  • Since the damage from spina bifida occurs during fetal development, prenatal surgery may reduce the damage.
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  • However, prenatal surgery for spina bifida has become enmeshed in the politics of reproductive rights and fetal rights.
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  • As of 2004, prenatal surgery for spina bifida was available only as part of a prospective randomized clinical trial.
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  • The decision to have prenatal surgery is made on the basis of detailed ultrasound imaging of the fetus, including an echocardiogram that uses ultrasound to obtain images of the fetal heart, as well as other diagnostic tools.
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  • Since additional congenital defects preclude prenatal surgery, amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling (CVS) are used to check for chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus.
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  • Prenatal surgeries usually are performed between 18 and 26 weeks of gestation.
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  • Prenatal surgery usually requires a general anesthetic.
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  • Open prenatal surgery requires a procedure similar to a cesarean section (C-section) for delivering a baby through the mother's abdomen.
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  • Opening the uterus is the riskiest component of prenatal surgery.
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  • Prenatal open surgery for CCAM requires opening the fetal chest.
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  • The decision to undergo prenatal surgery is a difficult one.
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  • A major risk of prenatal surgery is nicking the placenta, causing blood hemorrhaging, uterine contractions, and birth of a premature infant who may not survive.
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  • Preterm labor is the most common complication of prenatal surgery.
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  • About 25 percent of women undergoing prenatal surgery lose some amniotic fluid, often because of leakage at the uterine incision.
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  • Survival rates for prenatal treatment of TTTS are about 70 percent.
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  • Prenatal surgery for spina bifida does not cure the condition.
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  • In addition, children who have prenatal surgery for spina bifida appear to have better brain function than children who do not have surgery.
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  • However prenatal surgery does not prevent two of the most serious conditions associated with spina bifida: leg movement and bladder and bowel control.
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  • Chorionic villus sampling-A procedure used for prenatal diagnosis at 10-12 weeks gestation.
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  • Alcohol-related birth defects (ARBD) describes the physical defects linked to prenatal alcohol exposure, including heart, skeletal, kidney, ear, and eye malformations.
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  • Most of the physical birth defects associated with prenatal alcohol exposure are correctable with surgery.
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  • The rate of SIDS in African-American infants is twice as high as that of Caucasians, a fact often attributed to the lower quality of prenatal care received by many African-American mothers.
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  • This allows prenatal diagnosis and carrier identification in 90 percent of those affected.
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  • Prenatal history is important, and the doctor will want to know if the pregnant mother smoked, consumed alcohol, used any medications, or had any illness during the pregnancy.
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  • Prenatal care and good nutrition during pregnancy and early childhood may help prevent some expressive language delays.
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  • If chromosome or DNA testing identifies an RB1 gene/deletion in someone's blood cells, then prenatal testing can be performed on this person's offspring.
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  • If desired, prenatal detection of tumors using ultrasound may also be performed.
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  • During each prenatal visit, the healthcare provider uses a tape measure to record the uterine fundal height (measured from the top of the pubic area to the top of the uterus in centimeters).
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  • Prenatal testing is recommended after the fragile X carrier status of the parents has been confirmed, and the couple has been counseled regarding the risks of recurrence.
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  • For unknown reasons, amniocentesis, a prenatal test, has also been associated with clubfoot.
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  • Thalassemia can be identified before birth using prenatal diagnosis.
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  • Pregnant women and couples may choose prenatal testing in order to prepare for the birth of a baby that may have thalassemia.
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  • Increased prenatal surveillance and early treatment of maternal complications is an approach that is appropriate for mothers who wish to continue their pregnancy with the knowledge that the baby will most likely not survive.
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  • Lack of prenatal care and nutrition has been linked to many birth defects; however, beyond the avoidance of known teratogens (anything that can cause a birth defect), there is little prevention possible.
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  • Birth defects often have no precisely identified cause; therefore, prevention is limited to general measures such as early and continuous prenatal care, appropriate nutrition, and a healthy lifestyle.
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  • Testing is available to assist in prenatal diagnosis.
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  • Women with OI who become pregnant or women who conceive a child with a man who has OI may wish to explore prenatal diagnosis.
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  • Ultrasound is the least invasive procedure for prenatal diagnosis and carries the least risk.
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  • Women at risk for asphyxia neonatorum pregnancies should receive focused prenatal care from an obstetrician skilled at preventing and detecting problems such as anemia that may contribute to asphyxia neonatorum.
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  • While prenatal care will not necessarily prevent newborn asphyxia, it can help ensure that both the mother and her baby are as healthy as possible at the time of birth.
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  • The most promising area of new research in prenatal testing involves expanding the scope and accuracy of maternal blood screening as this poses no risk to the fetus.
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  • Accurate genetic tests, including prenatal tests, are available for some of the muscular dystrophies.
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  • Diaphragmatic hernia may be diagnosed while the fetus is still in the womb using prenatal ultrasonography.
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  • Prevention includes proper prenatal care to determine the position of the baby in the womb.
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  • Some of the risks and complications of premature delivery can be reduced if the mother receives good prenatal care, follows a healthy diet, avoids alcohol or drug consumption, and refrains from cigarette smoking.
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  • If a woman gives birth to a child with Edwards' syndrome and plans to have another child, a doctor as well as a genetic counselor should be consulted so that prenatal screening and genetic counseling can be conducted.
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  • This can be done in pregnancy with prenatal testing such as chorionic villus sampling or amniocentesis.
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  • For example, a prenatal diagnostic procedure may be done on an older woman to determine if her baby has Down syndrome.
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  • Prenatal development refers to the process in which a baby develops from a single cell after conception into an embryo and later a fetus.
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  • The average length of time for prenatal development to complete is 38 weeks from the date of conception.
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  • The three primary stages of prenatal development are the germinal stage, the embryonic stage, and the fetal stage.
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  • The genetic material of the sperm and egg then combine to form a single cell called a zygote and the germinal stage of prenatal development commences.
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  • Prenatal development is most dramatic during the fetal stage.
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  • In some cases abnormalities may arise during prenatal development that cause physical malformations or developmental delays or affect various parts of the body after the child is born.
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  • Sometimes the abnormality is inherited from one or both parents; in other cases, the defect occurs because of an error in prenatal development.
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  • Certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies can interfere with normal prenatal development.
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  • Other environmental factors: Exposure to certain substances called teratogens (agents that may interfere with prenatal development) during pregnancy may cause embryonic or fetal malformations.
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  • Many parents have questions or concerns about the prenatal development of an existing or anticipated child and what steps they should take to ensure their child's health.
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  • During prenatal visits to an obstetrician, a pregnant mother should be educated in proper nutrition and prenatal care; often, prenatal vitamins are prescribed to avoid nutritional deficiencies.
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  • Prenatal testing is often recommended to parents-to-be as a means of assessing the fetus's health and the risk of developing certain conditions.
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  • The test is part of prenatal health programs.
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  • Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) can be detected using a blood test and is part of most prenatal screening programs.
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  • Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV): Recent studies have shown that prenatal care and HIV testing before delivery are major opportunities for preventing perinatal HIV infection.
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  • Proper prenatal care in many cases allows for early diagnosis and thus early treatment of certain infections, thus improving the newborn's prognosis.
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  • The physician will do a complete physical exam and take a complete prenatal and birth history of the child, including position in the uterus.
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  • While there is no known prevention for PDA, appropriate prenatal care for expectant women is important and may prevent premature delivery, a major risk factor for PDA.
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  • Similar analysis can be used for prenatal diagnosis or to detect carriers of the defective gene.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis of neural tube defects causing anencephaly or meningomyelocele is possible through ultrasound examination and maternal blood testing for alpha-fetoprotein, which is almost always elevated.
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  • It can also help to facilitate prenatal testing and testing of other family members.
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  • If one parent has been diagnosed with an autosomal dominant form of VWD or both parents are carriers for an autosomal recessive form of VWD, then prenatal testing should be considered.
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  • If the DNA change in the parent(s) is unknown, then prenatal testing can sometimes be performed through biochemical testing of blood obtained from the umbilical cord.
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  • S., et al. "Prenatal diagnosis of cleft lip and cleft palate using MRI."
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  • If there is a family history of galactosemia, genetic counseling is recommended for prospective parents as they make decisions regarding pregnancy and prenatal testing.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis was not available as of 2004.
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  • Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) is a procedure that allows for prenatal diagnosis during the first trimester (generally between ten and 12 weeks of gestation, during the embryonic stage of development).
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  • Parents should be encouraged to educate themselves on the benefits and risks associated with the various antenatal screening procedures and work with their obstetrician to formulate an individualized prenatal care plan.
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  • Matthews. "What's New in Prenatal Screening and Diagnosis?"
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  • Mothers may have difficulty bonding with an infant if prenatal testing suggests the child will have a birth defect or is likely to be mentally retarded and malformed.
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  • For some forms of CAH, prenatal diagnosis is possible through chronic villus sampling in the first trimester and by measuring certain hormones in the amniotic fluid during the second trimester.
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  • Prenatal therapy, in which a pregnant woman at risk for a second CAH child is given dexamethasone to decrease secretion of androgens by the adrenal glands of the female fetus, has been in use since 1994.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis of congenital brain malformation is often possible, offering the option of family planning.
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  • In families in which there one child has been born with WAS, prenatal testing should be offered in subsequent pregnancies.
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  • Women who carry the abnormal WAS gene and are considering prenatal diagnosis should discuss the risks and benefits of this type of testing with a geneticist or genetic counselor.
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  • Although there are no available treatments to prevent the development of WAS in an individual who receives the defective gene, prenatal genetic counseling can help couples determine their risk of having a baby with WAS.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis-The determination of whether a fetus possesses a disease or disorder while it is still in the womb.
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  • If the mother has not had prenatal testing, the diagnosis of DiGeorge syndrome is sometimes suggested by the child's facial features at birth.
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  • He or she can verify the results of your early pregnancy test and provide advice on proper prenatal care.
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  • Proper prenatal care--including the discontinuation of alcohol, recreational drugs, and certain medications--is important to ensure you and your baby remain healthy throughout your pregnancy.
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  • The sooner you begin your prenatal care, the better the chance you will deliver a healthy baby.
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  • So, when you conceive again, seek prenatal care and an early unltrasound to rule out an ectopic or tubal pregnacy.
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  • While many problems are unpreventable, the best course of action is to schedule regular prenatal visits with your health care provider as soon as you suspect you are pregnant, and to follow the advice you are given.
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  • Many changes happen during your pregnancy week by week, so early prenatal care is very important.
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  • Start taking a prenatal vitamin--especially one high in folic acid.
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  • Know what your coinsurance and deductible will be for prenatal visits and delivery.
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  • Pregnancy tests, prenatal vitamins, and other pregnancy related expenses may be covered under the plan, which means you can lower your tax bill by having your expected medical expenses taken out of your paycheck before tax.
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  • In most communities, they provide prenatal care, or supervision of the pregnancy, and then assist the mother to give birth.
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  • The Boppy Prenatal Comfort Line features sleeping aids as well as support pillows designed for daytime use.
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  • Proper prenatal care can greatly increase your odds of having a healthy pregnancy.
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  • Whether you're dressing for a day at the office or planning to spend the afternoon at a prenatal yoga class, you're guaranteed to find clothes that perfectly blend fashion and functionality.
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  • Whether you're walking, biking, or heading off to a prenatal Pilates class, these stretchy styles will have you looking and feeling your very best.
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  • However, when you begin your prenatal care, you'll probably have a number of pregnancy-related blood tests to make sure that everything's ok with you and your baby.
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  • Pregnant women may also want to talk to their care providers about taking a prenatal vitamin.
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  • Getting early prenatal care is very important to having a healthy pregnancy.
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  • Not only can your care provider catch complications before they become serious, but women who get prenatal care have less risk of premature birth.
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  • You should also be taking a prenatal vitamin to assist with your iron, calcium, and folic acid needs.
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  • Taking a prenatal multivitamin before, during, and after pregnancy will help you get the vitamins and minerals you need.
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  • Prenatal care-the checkups and other medical care you get when you're pregnant-is important.
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  • They can direct you to affordable prenatal care in your area.
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  • Since teenage girls are more likely to smoke and less likely to seek prenatal care, babies face a higher risk of prematurity and/or low-birth weight.
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  • If you have a positive Fact Plus pregnancy test, call your physician to begin prenatal care for your unborn child.
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  • Before you start trying to get pregnant, ask your doctor about taking prenatal vitamins and folate.
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  • You'll need to be weighed at each prenatal visit, and if you're not gaining weight normally, you'll need to talk about your diet.
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  • A good prenatal vitamin can solve many of the nutrient issues that a vegan mom faces.
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  • The Deva Vegan Prenatal vitamin offers all of the nutrients needed for a healthy pregnancy with no animal products.
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  • Regardless of your carrier, you most likely have some form of insurance that covers your prenatal visits, labor, and childbirth.What types of things are covered, and the amount that is covered, vary widely.
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  • If you are single, find out if the baby's father's insurance will cover the prenatal care and birth.
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  • Start taking a prenatal or multivitamin with lots of folic acid.
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  • This section will help you make informed decisions regarding how to select a healthcare provider, whether to breast or bottle feed, prenatal testing options, pain relief during childbirth and much more.
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  • Every expectant mom wants to know all she can about prenatal development.
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  • Here's a rundown of the prenatal development timetable.
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  • A lot of focus in the second month of prenatal development is on the brain, so if you saw a embryo during this stage it would have a very big forehead compared to the size of the rest of the embryo.
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  • There's a lot of prenatal development going on in the second trimester.
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  • It can be a lot of fun to track your baby's prenatal development, but remember that these markers are merely estimates.
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  • There are many benefits to prenatal Pilates.
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  • Practicing prenatal Pilates will allow you to stay fit and relaxed during this important time in your life.
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  • You will also be able to get back into shape faster after your delivery if you stay in shape during pregnancy with prenatal Pilates.
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  • The first, and most important, thing for you to do before beginning your prenatal exercise plan is to get approval from your doctor or midwife.
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  • Next, you will want to find a prenatal Pilates class or a one-on-one instructor who will teach you the basics.
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  • Be careful not to overdo it while you practice prenatal Pilates.
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  • Prenatal Pilates is not recommended for women who are pregnant with multiple fetuses or who have a history of miscarriage.
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  • It is usually recommended that you should be at least 14 weeks pregnant before you begin a prenatal Pilates program.
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  • Check at area hospitals for prenatal Pilates classes or ask your doctor or midwife about classes near you.
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  • Fitness Beginnings has a wide assortment of prenatal Pilates videos for you to choose from.
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  • Pilates for You by Sarah Picot offers prenatal and postnatal Pilates programs with mat exercises that have been modified for each trimester of your pregnancy.
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  • Practicing prenatal Pilates will help your body prepare for delivery and help you to regain energy and lose weight after delivery.
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  • A prenatal yoga DVD can help you stay in good shape through your pregnancy.
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  • Using a prenatal yoga DVD is ideal for those who don't live in an area where prenatal yoga classes are available.
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  • Much like other forms of yoga, prenatal yoga focuses on relaxation and gentle stretching.
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  • Many people find working with a prenatal yoga DVD or joining a prenatal yoga class to be a gentle way to keep exercising during pregnancy without worrying about how strenuous your activity is.
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  • There are many different prenatal yoga DVDs out there.
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  • One of the best ways to find a prenatal yoga DVD that is right for you is to browse your local video store.
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  • Shiva Rea's prenatal yoga program is a 60-minute sequence of stretches and strength-building exercises, which includes modifications for each trimester.
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  • Always watch your prenatal yoga DVD before trying to follow along with the exercises the first time, particularly if you are new to yoga.
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  • Think of your time working with a prenatal yoga DVD as a special boding time when you are tuning into and focusing on your child and his or her preparations to come into the world.
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  • Prenatal classes are a great way to prepare for the birth of your child.
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  • Prenatal classes, also known as childbirth classes, provide a lot of valuable information for expectant parents, especially if this is your first pregnancy.
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  • Although most women take prenatal classes during the second half of their pregnancy, this is still a good time to make sure you are eating a proper diet for pregnancy.
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  • Most prenatal classes will teach you breathing techniques that may ease the pain of labor.
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  • Good prenatal classes should provide basic information about taking care of your baby, like how to take his/her temperature, when to call a doctor, and how to feed an infant.
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  • Your partner will hopefully be an active part of your labor and delivery, and prenatal classes can provide him tips on how to help you.
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  • At some point, all prenatal classes offer The Video.
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  • There are several different types of prenatal classes that you can choose from.
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  • Many hospitals offer their own prenatal classes.
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  • Some women prefer to take their prenatal class in the comfort of their own home.
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  • That means being aware of factors that impact pregnancy and birth and knowing about the basics of prenatal care and preconception care.
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  • For individuals who learn they are already pregnant before they purchase maternity coverage, the overwhelming financial burden of prenatal care can be frightening and stressful.
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  • Doctor's bills, diapers, hospitalization fees, prenatal care, formula, and more have made being pregnant a fairly costly affair.
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  • Medicaid is a federally funded health insurance program that can offset prenatal visits.
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  • Yet others may prefer to follow you through your day, documenting a prenatal appointment, baby shopping excursion, romantic dinner with your husband, and family downtime.
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  • Be sure to emphasize your own beliefs while still giving "the facts" on how to use contraception and prenatal care.
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  • Early prenatal care is important for both your health and the health of your baby.
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  • Proper prenatal care and check-ups are keys to staying ahead of the situation, although it can often present itself quickly, especially if signs and symptoms were not noticed earlier.
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  • Getting a jumpstart on good prenatal nutrition will only help once you're actually expecting.
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  • Numerous tests and prenatal appointments: Part of managing a high risk pregnancy is staying on top of the issue.
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  • It's important that your prenatal health care provider estimates your conception date as accurately as possible.
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  • It provides a timeline of expected prenatal appointments and pregnancy symptoms and allows your health care provider to note if something is amiss.
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  • If you do give birth naturally on your EDD, it's chance, not the prenatal provider's knowledge, that explains it.
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  • You'll want to follow your prenatal health care provider's advice for a healthy pregnancy.
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  • Although many insurance companies cover prenatal care, labor, and delivery, you might still be left with huge bills if you have a large deductible or co-payment.
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  • Another important task is to make sure you and your prenatal provider document everything.
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  • Your health care provider may even prescribe chewable prenatal vitamins or basic prenatal vitamins while you're trying to conceive as these contain all the important vitamins and minerals you need.
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  • To learn more, read the Mayo Clinic's preconception planning guide, which recommends prenatal vitamins for some women who are trying to conceive.
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  • There are several fetal heart rate health aspects that are often monitored during prenatal checkups and labor and delivery.
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  • During each prenatal checkup, your doctor will check on the growing fetus with a heart rate monitor.
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  • If you're noticing several of these symptoms, it might be time to make an appointment with your doctor to find out for sure and begin receiving prenatal care.
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  • Once a triplet pregnancy is diagnosed, it is necessary to make arrangements for prenatal care, delivery, and homecoming.
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  • It's only when the conception date is much earlier than expected that a woman needs to be concerned about whether or not she has been getting the proper prenatal care and nutrition.
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  • A doctor can confirm your pregnancy with a blood test, then make arrangements for the necessary prenatal care.
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  • With the variety of prenatal tests performed today, pregnancy worries over the fetus's health may not be as prevalent as in times past, but it's still natural for a parent to think about the baby's health.
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  • Tell your doctor you are planning conception and begin taking prenatal vitamins for optimal health.
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  • You understand the importance of getting proper prenatal care.
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  • When you and your doctor are deciding what type of prenatal testing you need, make sure you consider some common amniocentesis risks.
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  • Along with blood tests and ultrasounds, amnios are one of the most common prenatal tests.
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  • Combined with some other prenatal testing, you may find out that your baby has a condition that is incompatible with life.
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  • First trimester screening is a new combination of prenatal tests done in the first 13 weeks of pregnancy.
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  • These tests are the newest procedures in the prenatal screening process.
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  • Start taking a prenatal vitamin when you are trying to get pregnant so all of the necessary vitamins and minerals are adequate in your diet.
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  • Prenatal vitamins only contain a small percentage of the daily recommended amount of calcium, so you should also aim to measure your calcium intake and increase it if necessary.
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  • Taking a prenatal vitamin each day will help, but you still need to focus on making smart food choices to ensure that you're getting everything you need to keep both you and your baby healthy.
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  • During a full-term pregnancy, there are a series of common prenatal tests that your doctor or midwife will require, or recommend, that you do.
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  • Revealing an STD such as AIDS through prenatal testing can cause considerable trauma; knowing what exactly is being tested for can help prepare pregnant women for not only the testing, but also the results.
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  • Urine is tested at the first prenatal visit and will be monitored throughout pregnancy for signs of infection, gestational diabetes, and preeclampsia (pregnancy-induced high blood pressure).
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  • Abnormal findings may indicate the need for further prenatal testing.
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  • During your first prenatal visit, your practitioner will ask you about any genetic abnormalities in your immediate family and that of the father.
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  • The second trimester is a fairly quiet one in terms of common prenatal tests.
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  • While testing in pregnancy is not necessarily fun, and waiting for the results can be nerve-wracking, the most common prenatal tests help assure a healthy pregnancy and childbirth.
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  • Once you learn you are pregnant, taking a prenatal vitamin each day is very important.
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  • Taking a prenatal vitamin with folic acid is thought to reduce the risk of your baby developing anencephaly or spina bifida by 50 to 70 percent.
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  • It's a simple test done at your first prenatal visit and, most often, there is nothing to worry about in terms of the results.
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  • At your first prenatal visit, your Rh factor will be tested alongside your blood type and several other pregnancy blood tests.
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  • Other birth defects might be prevented with careful planning, prenatal and postnatal care, and maintaining good lifestyle habits.
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  • These birth defects are often diagnosed before the infant is born and during prenatal screening, especially when parents are known carriers of the gene for a certain defect.
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  • Routine prenatal screening helps to determine if the mother has risks that may lead to birth defects.
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  • Good prenatal and postnatal care is essential for the well being of any newborn infant.
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  • Because so many symptoms of pregnancy can be caused by other conditions in your life, visiting your doctor is a good approach to take even if it turns out that you are not pregnant and not in need of prenatal care.
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  • If you get the result you've been hoping for, your doctor will confirm the pregnancy with a blood test and get you started with your prenatal care.
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  • The prenatal addiction has serious ramifications after labor and delivery.
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  • In animal studies, prenatal exposure to opiates led to decreased exploration and delayed responses to threatening elements.
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  • Little is known about the long term effects of prenatal use of methadone.
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  • The primary concerns are prenatal care and treating withdrawal symptoms after the baby is born.
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  • Low income women may qualify for Medicaid to pay for prenatal care, childbirth, and the initial exam of the baby.
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  • Focus on getting the prenatal care you need to have a healthy pregnancy, then work on investigating options for assistance.
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  • Such findings are the driving force behind the council who seeks to educate not just the general public, but physicians as well about the importance of prenatal care.
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  • Dropping unnecessary coverage -- eliminating pregnancy and prenatal coverage if you will not have children, for example.
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  • Prenatal Yoga has over 20 routines for the pregnant woman which are designed to fit partciular trimesters.
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  • Peachtree Yoga Center offers classes at basic and intermediate levels, as well as Power Flow; prenatal and gentle yoga; Kundalini; and restorative yoga.
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  • There are hot and non-hot classes, including bikram, hot vinyasa, hot core power, hot pranakriya, deep stretch yin yoga, prenatal, post natal, restorative, and more.
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  • Many expectant mothers find that practicing prenatal yoga is beneficial to their body and mind.
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  • Whether you're a seasoned yogi looking for a community of other pregnant women or a yoga novice wanting a healthy exercise alternative, practicing prenatal yoga has many advantages.
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  • Prenatal yoga works within the body's guidelines, which is why many mothers-to-be find it to be the perfect exercise to continue through pregnancy.
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  • The deep breathing necessary for working through yoga poses properly is another benefit to prenatal yoga.
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  • Since prenatal yoga is so specialized, it's better to learn from a certified yoga instructor first, especially if you've never practiced yoga before.
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  • A prenatal yoga class is also a wonderful way to develop a fellowship among other moms-to-be.
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  • On Prenatal Yoga with Shiva Rea, renowned yoga instructor Rea features comprehensive yet gently doable routines designed to accommodate the particular changes of each trimester.
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  • Dr. Christine Anderson's Dynamic Prenatal Yoga is a great DVD for those yoga practitioners moving their yoga routine from studio to home as the pregnancy advances.
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  • More active mamas will enjoy Leisa Hart's FitMama Prenatal Workout.
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  • To locate a prenatal yoga class near you, try Yoga Finder.
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  • Prenatal - includes a lot of breathing discipline to help with labor.
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  • Talk with your physician about other prenatal yoga routines you can do.
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  • Many women also consider performing prenatal yoga easier and more comfortable from a chair, especially during the third trimester.
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  • In addition to baby yoga, several other holistic pregnancy and birthing products and practices are featured at Birthlight, such as baby massage, prenatal yoga, and holistic pregnancy and childcare.
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  • From beginner's yoga to prenatal yoga and everything in between, this yoga center adopts the philosophy that yoga is for absolutely everyone, regardless of age, current mindset, or current physical condition.
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  • Prenatal Yoga: This class starts during pregnancy and prepares you for childbirth; following the birth of your little one, classes help you to adjust to your new role.
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  • Children of all ages are welcome for specialized classes, and there are also mother/daughter classes, prenatal classes, and postnatal yoga for mothers to bond with their babies while getting their bodies back in shape.
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  • Multiple workshops on weekend days also make for a full yoga community; you might come for a prenatal teachers' workshop, but end up discussing a meditation workshop with one of the participants of that workshop.
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  • Vayu Yoga Center, located on Columbia Street in Brooklyn, New York City, offers several types of yoga classes, including prenatal yoga, postnatal yoga, and "Itsy Bitsy Yoga" for toddlers.
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  • Prenatal classes offered weekly are popular with moms-to-be not only for the physical benefits of prenatal yoga, but also because the class helps them to relax and release stress.
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  • Prenatal yoga is also a great opportunity to meet other expectant mothers and discuss all the newest developments in their pregnancies.
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  • In addition to prenatal yoga and mommy and baby yoga classes, Vayu offers family movement workshops where the whole family can attend a yoga class together.
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  • Other classes and workshops feature prenatal yoga, meditation, restorative yoga, private lessons, and core stability.
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  • For mothers-to-be and new mothers, prenatal yoga and "Baby and Me" yoga classes are two good choices.
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  • A child may have a genetic predisposition for autistic disorders that could possibly be triggered by chemical exposure or prenatal drugs.
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  • Taking her words to heart, I joined a prenatal aerobics class, which met twice a week at the local community center.
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  • I watched my weight as carefully as I did the first time, and I attended the prenatal aerobics classes when I was able to get a babysitter, but it wasn't the same.
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  • For example, a hospital may hold a free lecture about prenatal exercise, exercise and heart disease, managing high blood pressure through exercise or keeping kids fit.
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  • Water exercise programs, often called aquatics, are usually associated with prenatal exercise, senior fitness and workouts for the obese, as well as physical therapy.
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  • Prenatal diagnosis of macrosomia in pregnancy complicated by diabetes mellitus.
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  • Below is a comparison of a popular prescription prenatal and Metagenics brand of prenatal.
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  • To assess the impact of developments in prenatal screening.
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  • It is usually an incidental finding, diagnosed by prenatal ultrasonography or as a palpable abdominal mass.
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  • Don't be alarmed, as long as you are eating healthy and taking your prenatal vitamins.
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  • If there are multiple affected individuals in a family, it may be possible to perform prenatal diagnosis using a DNA information technique known as a linkage study.
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  • For women who do not have health insurance, obtaining early prenatal care is extremely difficult, and these same women are often from a socioeconomic level that prevents adequate or appropriate nutritional intake.
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  • Pregnant women are usually tested for syphilis as part of the prenatal screening, generally with a blood test.
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  • This therapy is started in the first trimester when fetal adrenal production of androgens begins but before prenatal diagnosis is done that would provide definitive information about the sex of the fetus and its disease status.
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  • Multivitamins: Once you're pregnant, your obstetrician will probably prescribe a prenatal vitamin for you to take, but even before conception you can take a daily multivitamin to ensure you're taking in enough needed vitamins and minerals.
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  • If you are truly pregnant, you can then make arrangements for the necessary prenatal care.
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  • Erasmus Darwin, the grandfather of Charles Darwin, set forth ',in' Zoonomia a much more definite theory of the relation of variation to evolution, and the following passage, cited by Clodd, clearly expresses it: "When we revolve in our minds the metamorphoses of animals, as from the tadpole to the frog; secondly, the changes produced by artificial cultivation, as in the breeds of horses, dogs and sheep; thirdly, the changes produced by conditions of climate and season, as in the sheep of warm climates being covered with hair instead of wool, and the hares and partridges of northern climates becoming white in winter; when, further, we observe the changes of structure produced by habit, as shewn especially by men of different occupations; or the changes produced by artificial mutilation and prenatal influences, as in the crossing of species and production of monsters; fourth, when we observe the essential unity of plan in all warmblooded animals - we are led to conclude that they have been alike produced from a single living filament."
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