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Lovelymrsm answer on 09 May '11 at 21:49
Excercizing during pregnancy is great. It makes having babies significantly less painful and makes it easier to bounce back from baby weight.
When I was pregnant with my son I walked three miles every day (1.5 in the morning and 1.5 at night), and then alternated days of 60 minutes of pilates [special pregnancy pilates videos are available in stores and online for a fairly reasonable price] and 90 minutes of cardio/light weight training [think using a can of soup as a weight, nothing really hard] from when I found out until about a week before I had him. I also bought an excersize ball [I think it was about $20 or $30] and sat on it any time I would have normally sat on the couch-excersize balls strengthen back muscles and lightly work ab muscles just by sitting on them so if I was having an especially busy/bad day I would just do that instead of my workout regimen.
Working out during my pregnancy was such a good idea for me! My labor was at worst "uncomfortable"(I played connect the dots until it was time to push), I only gained 23 pounds during my pregnancy, and it only took me three weeks to lose my baby weight and an EXTRA five pounds!
Before you start any serious excerize you should always ask your doctor about risks because of your particular medical situation/background, but generally it is always a good idea to do as much as you can---and have fun while you're doing it!
Good luck and enjoy!
Mummy has me plus 3! answer on 09 May '11 at 23:42
I have a medical disorder that makes my BP low, and worse during pregnancy.
The main thing your wife needs is to stay hydrated, drink lots and lots of water. Fluids keep the BP up.
Eat every few hours. Small meals regularly. This will keep her energy levels up, and head clear.
May sound a bit of a no no, but salt. Eat salty foods ( not too many!!) as this is good for low BP.
Kassy b answer on 10 May '11 at 00:10
It could be a continued pregnancy with is very possible with a medical abortion. If you had a surgical abortion you should be fine, because the doctor will physically see the pregnancy pass. But if you had a medical abortion where they have you take the pills at home that induce a miscarriage then you may want to go to the doctor and they can do an ultrasound to see if there is still a pregnancy. It could just be that your hormones are still a little crazy right now too. Just keep your doctor informed, they will know what to do, and what is normal! Good Luck!
Texjeff111 answer on 10 May '11 at 01:29
I applaud you for wanting to take the responsibility for your medical coverage. It seems by reading the questions that the first word out of many peoples mouth is medicaid.
Divine oubliette answer on 10 May '11 at 03:53
If you are in India . . .
You should know abortion is legal in India, you guys could go to a clinic. If you are just gonna buy the pills though . . .
A detailed how-to information on medical abortion - the safest and most effective method of self-induced abortion is available at ---
There are several websites that offer the medical abortion pharmaceuticals online for sale, however many of them are suspect or proven to take your money, but not send the pills or send pills that do not contain the medical abortion medicines mifepristone and misoprostol.
The best and safest way a woman can do an abortion herself until the 9th week of pregnancy is with the use of two medicines called Mifepristone (also known as the abortion pill, RU 486, Mifegyn, Mifeprex), and Misoprostol (also known as Cytotec, Arthrotec, Oxaprost , Cyprostol, Mibetec, Prostokos or Misotrol)
Women on Waves advice regarding how to obtain misoprostol:
"The brand names for Misoprostol are Cytotec and Arthrotec and Oxaprost or Cyprostol , Prostokos or Misotrol. Sometimes it is sold over the counter without a prescription. Sometimes a prescription is asked. It is less likely that one would need a prescription for Arthrotec.
Misoprostol is used prevents gastric ulcers
'''Cytotec and Cyprostol and Mibetec or Misotrol', Prostokos'' are brand names for Misoprostol.
Arthrotec and Oxaprost contains Misoprostol and a painkiller called Diclofenac, It is used for pain in the joints, or arthritis. Arthrotec is generally more expensive than Cytotec.
- Cytotec (200µg Misoprostol)
- Gymiso (200µg Misoprostol)
- Prostokos (25µg Misoprostol)
- Vagiprost (25µg Misoprostol)
- Arthrotec 50 or 75 (200µg Misoprostol)
- Oxaprost 50 or 75 (200µg Misoprostol)
To obtain one these medicines, one could for example say that your grandmother has rheumatoid arthritis so severely she can not go to the pharmacy herself, and that you do not have money to pay for a doctor to get the prescriptions for the tablets.
If there are problems to get the medicines in one pharmacy, try another pharmacy, or a male friend or partner might have fewer problems obtaining them. Or, perhaps you can find a doctor willing to prescribe them. Usually one can expect more luck at the smaller pharmacies that do not belong to a chain.
Sometimes Cytotec can also be bought on the black market (places where you can also buy Marijuana). However try to make sure that is really is Misoprostol and not fake or some other medicine!
The woman should buy at least 12 pills of 200 mcg Misoprostol. One pill of Cytotec or Arthrotec should contain 200 micrograms of Misoprostol. Look for the dosage of Misoprostol on the package, usually the tablets contain 200 mcg but other dosages do excist. If the pills do not contain 200 micrograms of Misoprostol, recalculate the number of pills so that the same total amount of Misoprostol is used. "
If you are in the US or the UK, email me and I can point you in the right direction for an aboriton. Good luck
~Pro-Choice Momma; Have had an abortion and I have a 12 month old daughter . I believe in protecting my daughter's choice.
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