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"good evening doc, this Saturday will make my wife 40th week of pregnancy. and she is yet to give. please is it wise to induce the pregnancy . our last antenatal was on Monday 16th and the doctor told my wife that the baby is OK and her blood is 39... our next antenatal will be next week Monday... please what do u advice. "

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    A 42 years year old male asked:
    4 months ago
    good evening doc, this Saturday will make my wife 40th week of pregnancy. and she is yet to give. please is it wise to induce the pregnancy . our last antenatal was on Monday 16th and the doctor told my wife that the baby is OK and her blood is 39... our next antenatal will be next week Monday... please what do u advice.
    Dr. Akeem A answered:
    4 months ago
    Hello sir....well,i believe your doctor is on the right track...we would usually wait till 42 before a decision is made to induce the pregnancy.hence she can still go into spontaneous labour within 2 weeks from today.if by then ,she hasn't gone into labour,its probably the wise thing to induce as planets function starts to decline putting the baby in danger.at that time your doctor should also inform you that induction MAY fail and delivery ends up in a CD.either way, it's about having a healthy baby.
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    A 42 years year old male asked:
    4 months ago
    good evening doc, this Saturday will make my wife 40th week of pregnancy and she is yet to give birth. we went for antenatal on 16th been Monday and the doctor said my wife is OK, the baby is OK and my blood is 39%. our next antenatal is next week Monday. please is it wise for us to induce the pregnancy... what is your advice?
    Dr. Akeem A answered:
    4 months ago
    hi sir,i have answers your question above...I said after 42weeks, if nothing has still not happened the wise thing will be to induce labour.After 42 weeks,the placentas function starts to wane,putting the baby at risk.i hope I have explained.
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    A 42 years year old male asked:
    4 months ago
    doc in have been using glasses since 1992.. if I am subjected to some stress may being under the sun or not eating when I am suppose to eat . I will start having some cram around my eyes which sometime will lead headache. I have gone to optician and my glass is OK. even when they tried to increase the Lance it made me to have headaches.. my lance is ok but my Irish muscle stresses me out when I am subjected to some stresses and this always make me to drink sudrus or paracetamol..
    Dr. Akeem A answered:
    4 months ago
    hiello again...I'm not sure why this may be happening...one thing seems obvious though.being stressed worsens it or triggers it.sometimes that's the best treatment-preventing triggers...apart from the optician,have you seen an opthalmologist???Maybe you should try to see one.
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    A 42 years year old male asked:
    4 months ago
    OK what is the the difference between optician and opthalmologist. because u adviced me to see one initially thought the two are the Same thing
    Dr. Akeem A answered:
    4 months ago
    hello sir... An optician, or dispensing optician, is a technical practitioner who designs, fits and dispenses corrective lenses for the correction of a person's vision. An opthalmologist is a medical Doctor who has done a residency or training in diseases of the eye and can treat and do surgeries...depending on where you are ,like in the Uk,opticians are really good at looking into the back of the eye and making diagnosis but they are not able to treat.
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