Myth Conception: Why Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Has it All Wrong
Your doctor can remove the stitch around 37 weeks, or whenever she deems it safe for you to deliver. Also, women who have abnormalities of the uterus, such as a malformation, might also be considered for a cervical cerclage. And if you’re diagnosed with large fibroids, removing them prior to conception can help prevent complications in a future pregnancy. 11. Risk Factor: Short Time Between Pregnancies Of course, there are many benefits to having children close in age: They have a constant playmate, and you get to say good-bye to diapers sooner rather than later. However, there is such a thing as too soon.
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If somehow we had a precise measure of pregnancy onset, wouldnt pregnancy length be much less variable? No one had been able to look at the variability of pregnancy length using a precise measure of conception. Our study, which used daily hormone measures to detect ovulation , provides that precise measure because the egg only survives a matter of hours after ovulation if it is not fertilized. What we found, to our surprise, was that the true length of pregnancy is still quite variable, ranging over five weeks in a group of healthy women (from 35.3 to 40.6 weeks from ovulation). While our study was small (125 women with no fertility problems who conceived naturally), the implications are intriguing. If healthy pregnancies can vary in length by five weeks, then an ideal gestation for one woman might be 38 weeks, while for another woman it might be 42 weeks. How can we distinguish the woman who would ideally deliver at 40 weeks, but has gone to 42, from the woman who would ideally deliver at 42 weeks?
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Ideal pregnancy length: an unsolved mystery
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I decided to continue drinking my three to four cups a day.” I did this research when I co-wrote the pregnancy and baby guide From The Hips with Rebecca Odes nearly ten years ago. We reported similar conclusions. For example, we found that research supports drinking coffee while pregnant so long as you don’t exceed–get this–5 cups a day. Lordy. Rebecca and I nevertheless made different choices about what to swallow, chew, breathe, and rub on our bodies. But both of us felt confident that our choices were informed AND intuitive. Related: 29 things you should NEVER say to a pregnant woman For example, I ate deli meats, but only when I intuited that the establishment selling the sandwich wasn’t totally disgusting.
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