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Elective abortion: Does it affect subsequent pregnancies?
During any subsequent pregnancies, your care provider may do early ultrasounds to monitor your condition and offer reassurance of normal development.
For example, if you've given birth to a baby who has a neural tube defect, your health care provider might recommend a separate supplement containing a higher dose of folic acid — such as 4 milligrams (4,000 micrograms) — before and durin...
A history of HPD, in general, and preeclampsia, in particular, compared to normotensive pregnancies, is associated with more severe atherosclerotic disease at the time of the diagnosis of CAD.
What emotions are likely during subsequent pregnancies?
Researchers further suggest a course of action that could positively impact as many as 15 of every 100 pregnancies.
To reduce the risk of a DVT most effectively, the typical recommendation is to take an anticoagulant during all subsequent pregnancies and for six weeks after a baby is born.
Sagging breasts might be more noticeable with each subsequent pregnancy.
Backup birth control isn't necessary after subsequent injections as long as they're given on schedule.
Without treatment, the antibodies could cross the placenta and attack the baby's red blood cells — particularly in a subsequent pregnancy with a baby who has Rh positive blood.
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