Pregnancy is the period from the formation of an embryo in a female womb till childbirth. It is also called gestation period, and it usually lasts for 40 weeks from the last menstrual period. The symptoms of pregnancy include missed periods, nausea, vomiting, implantation bleeding, and breast tenderness.
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Why do I have underdeveloped jaw bones, scoliosis, and swollen face?
Query: Hi doctor, I am 20 years old. I have one kid and I am seven months pregnant. Since I started puberty, I got a lot of health problems. The left side of my underjaw is not fully grown. It feels like pieces are missing. You can also see the big difference between the left side of my chin and the right... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I just read your query. See the issues like scoliosis, underjaw shape, and underdeveloped cheekbones are anatomical issues which are related to the natural structure of your body. They can not be corrected with the help of medication. You may take help from artificia... Read Full »
Is it possible to maintain pregnancy by increasing thyroid tablet dosage?
Query: Hello doctor, I am pregnant of seven days after the last period date. I am using 50 mg of thyroid tablet at present and I did the thyroid test three days back due to faint line UPT and beta hCG is 306 mil. The thyroid test result is TSH is 8.3 and T3 and T4 are normal. What can I do? Is it possible... Read Full »
Answer: Hello doctor, I just read your query. See pregnancy is a very crucial phase of life. First of all, do not self-medicate. Increase or decrease of medicine should be left on your doctor. Pregnancy with hypothyroidism can be maintained accurately under the supervision of the doctor. At this point, do ... Read Full »