Blood type diet during pregnancy

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Avatar f tn i have a neg blood type if its the same shot my mom told me about its used bcuz ur body will fight off the baby like it would a cold No worries tho....
Avatar f tn Ask your doctor about it for sure. I'm a negative blood type and I have 3 anti d injections, 2 during pregnancy and 1 after birth.
Avatar f tn Reason why, the only reason why having o- blood type is a problem is if your baby has a different blood type then you and for some reason your blood is mixed during pregnancy then your body will not recognize it and try to fight it off like an infection. It will create antibodies but those antibodies only happen in second, third, or any other pregnancy in the future.Your body won't make them during your first.
Avatar f tn I know it is advised that during a pregnancy is not the time to diet or lose weight. I'm not necessarily interested in losing weight but this is my forth pregnancy and my last three ive gained 100+ pounds no matter how hard I tried not to. Ive lost it each time and right now I weigh 135 lbs. I'd like to take one oxy elite pro per day to keep my weight gain within the normal range for someone my size.
Avatar f tn Completely normal mommas. I am a regular type 2 diabetic. This is my 5th pregnancy. First as a diabetic. Every time I had to drink the "drink" I got sick and was sick all day. Actually passed out the last time. Drink extra water to flush out ur body. Having GD takes some of the "fun" so to speak outta your prego diet. Gotta watch ur cravings. But it is usually easily managed by modifying ur diet and making sure to walk daily. Any specific questions feel free to ask..
Avatar f tn You will receive the shot at around 28 weeks as well as at least one after delivery, depending on baby's blood type. It can occur during labor or any abdominal trauma where baby's blood can come into contact with mom's. When This happens, if baby has a "positive" blood type, mom will form antibodies against that blood type (without the shot). If this is the case, generally it will not cause issues with the current pregnancy, but with future pregnancies.
Avatar f tn This type affects females during pregnancy. Some women have very high levels of glucose in their blood, and their bodies are unable to produce enough insulin to transport all of the glucose into their cells, resulting in progressively rising levels of glucose. Diagnosis of gestational diabetes is made during pregnancy. The majority of gestational diabetes patients can control their diabetes with exercise and diet.
Avatar f tn I have been on it before and all thru my pregnancy for my diabetes. It wasn't enough alone for my sugar during pregnancy so I also needed insulin.
Avatar f tn My dad was telling me that before he was born he was poisoning his mom because he had an incompatable blood type and it made her really sick her whole pregnancy, he said the same thing happend with my brother and his mom, i was wondering if anyone eles has herd of this? Iv been really sick my whole pregnancy, just wondering if anyone eles whos baby had an incompatable blood type got sick throughout their pregnancy?
Avatar f tn The loss of the twin would not have anything to do with the blood type. Generally, the negative blood type is determined during a woman's 1st pregnancy, but is not a cause for concern until the next pregnancy or pregnancies. More than likely it was just a case of a "disappearing twin".
Avatar f tn Anyone here have any opinions on getting the rhogam shot DURING pregnancy? I have a neg blood type and understand that I will get the shot after delivery if she has a pos blood type. I'm reading about it on the internet and am getting nervous about taking it during pregnancy. Basically what I'm reading says if our blood does cross during pregnancy that my body will develop antibodies. But if i get the shot and our blood crosses, I'll have the rhogam antibodies anyway.
Avatar f tn I'm 27 weeks pregnant and I was told I'm a negative for my blood type and I need to get a shot I was just wondering if any of y'all have gotten it and if so when is it necessary to get it?
1204700 tn?1271948852 I was wondering the same thing since your blood is separated from the baby so it shouldn't be an issue what your blood type is unless your rh negative.
Avatar m tn In a normal pregnancy blood sugars go up and down so you have all of that plus a pump. Make sure your Endocrine dr. pays close attention to your A1C and bs levels during pregnancy. Always go to every appointment and eat your best. I am a nurse and diabetic/pregnancy are always a challenge but can be done with close monitoring and a good diet. Goodluck to you!
521895 tn?1212594011 I had been under doctor supervision three months prior to my pregnancy and during the pregnancy. I had very tight control. The only complication was that my son was breached. That has nothing to do with my diabetes. My second pregnancy was different. I was very sensitive to low-blood sugars and passed out 2 times. Then, I developed acute anemia (not related to my diabetes) and had 2 transfussions. I also could not eat and began vomiting all the time and was gaining 3 lbs.
2174396 tn?1337605170 Blood as in type alone, no. But you can have platelet problems or need to have blood transfusions in uterero. Trust me, I just delievered my baby yesterday at 31 weeks after going through hell. But, it is very rare. But can be checked.
Avatar f tn m 34 weeks and have suffered with several yeast infections during this pregnancy because my hormones are all out of balance causing the Ph in my body to be off. Antibiotics didn't work. I finally had relief changing my entire diet. NO sugar including bread &pasta. This feeds the yeast. Research candida diet. No scented soaps or bubble bath. While pregnant our discharge is more frequent, change underwear often to stay dry.
Avatar n tn I have had 2 diabetic pregnancies on insulin. Both went very smoothly, and while I did have to pay a lot of attention to blood sugar and diet, I ended up with 2 wonderful daughters. Please ask any questions. Hugs to you.
3198629 tn?1367038423 Umm, my sister had to have a needle when she was pregnant with her first because she had a negative blood type and the father was a positive. My question is, I don't know what blood type my fiance is and I'm O+, but I was under the impression that if you were positive the fathers blood type didn't matter, is that true? I don't want my body to attack the baby..
Avatar n tn I have been newly diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.I was diagnosed 4 weeks ago. My blood sugar during the day has gone down into the normal range of 80-120. When I wake up in the morning, my blood sugar is raised to generally about 170. I am eating the recommended diet, no sugar,no pasta,rice or bread low carbs, but I don't understand why if during the day I am in the normal range, why it would rise at night?
Avatar f tn If your baby has any positive blood type if your body senses the RH factor, what makes blood positive, your body will try to attack it, in turn attacking baby.
Avatar n tn t replace the need for diet, exercise, and regular meds.... but then anything that helps stabilise blood sugar would be helpful. Yes you're right, ti doesnt work if you take sugar or junk foods.
Avatar f tn Its normal to spot or bleed after intercourse. Your cervix is more sensitive during pregnancy and any irritation can cause bleeding. Contact your doctor though, like sweetangel said usually with any type of bleeding even if its not serious they like to get you in.