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40 weeks.Mostly delivery happens between 36 & 38 weeks .Sometimes before 36 weeks happens in rare cases & sometimes goes beyond 38 weeks.
It totally depends on one's body,if you are breastfeeding it will take time to get periods...
Few may get by 6 months,few may get by one year...
And better to check with the pregnancy kit if you have any doubt...
Then consult with your Gynaecologist...
No problem. Those Mark will go their own while growing. Rapid weight gain is also one of the reason. If she suffer with itching or any discomfort then consult doctor.
Just apply any moisturizer and use cotton cloths only.
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U can check with pregnancy kit... When ur periods r missing more than a week... If ur periods r regular... Then check after a week .... Otherwise wait till atleast for 10 days ... .. u can see 2 pink lines on kit... Even at 5 weeks of pregnancy....
That's quite normal,few may get periods like that,
The length of the menstrual cycle varies from woman to woman,but the average is to have periods for every 28 days, regular cycles that are longer or shorter than this from 21 to 40 days are normal...
Hi Rashmi these tablets will give side effects like this. Observe one more week. After 1 week also you suffer with same consult directly.
Because they will examine by ultrasound.
In this time eat papaya and sesame seeds and more water.
Consult Gyneac without further delay & about conceiving again it's better to not to hurry for it.Ur body should b completely ok for next one & more info about when to plan next Gyneac will tell u based on ur health & present condition
Hi it's common but needs to be examined by gynecologist
Hi if you are breastfeeding mother then it's normal, once you stop breastfeeding periods will initially be irregular then regular gradually