Now that you have confirmed that you are in fact expecting a little bundle of joy, the signs of pregnancy are probably setting in. If you have not been experiencing any signs of morning sickness then consider yourself one of the lucky ones. If you are, then finding natural ways of dealing with morning sickness may help you cope with the next few weeks. But what else should you expect for the rest of the second month of your first trimester
By this point you are probably a couple of weeks late for your regular cycle, some early signs of pregnancy may be starting such as moodiness, fatigue, or nausea, and if you have not done so already you are probably ready to confirm your suspicions to find out that you are indeed embarking upon the wondrous journey called pregnancy. Congratulations!
Now, wondering what to expect at this early stage? Amazingly enough, by the time that you
The first part of the glucose testing is called the Glucose Challenge Screening. If you test positive on this test then you will have to go in for the second follow up test called the Glucose Tolerance Test. This test will actually diagnose whether you have diabetes or not by showing if your body is glucose effectively. Keep in mind that if you do test positive on your first test like I did, it does not mean that you have gestational diabetes. I passed my Glucose Tolerance Test with flying colors so don't panic.
Since the list of the pros for circumcision is much larger than the cons, we'll get the cons out of the way first. Circumcised male's biggest issue seems to be an increased chance of meatitis. Meatitis is a condition where males experience inflammation of the opening of the penis. This is because circumcised boys urethral meatus is more exposed and likely to be chaffed than in uncircumcised boys.
One of the first factors that your doctor will want to consider is what type of uterine incision was used for your previous c-section. Depending upon what type will help determine how risky a VBAC will be for you or even if you are eligible as a VBAC candidate.
Here is a quick overview of possible incisions and risk factors: