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Im one of your client having a policy with you,on the 27 November2017 my wife got miscariage and i want to know if ever the policy cover her or not

You might go to the website of the company providing the medical coverage. Have your policy number at hand as well as the full name of the policy holder. There should be a variety of ways to contact the company for help. But a general inquiry to Fixya without supplying the company name does not permit a volunteer to offer even the support phone number or email address for the insurance company. That said, various sources mention that in general, health insurance plans offered by life insurance companies do not cover miscarriages. There may be an exception related to complications arising a miscarriage. That information is almost useless because only your company can provide the relevant information.

Dec 15, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

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I'm leaning towards keeping the baby, but my ex is pressurising me into having an abortion. He's almost forcing me. What's the right choice?

Only you can make that choice, please do not let your ex force you to make any decision. There are other options like adoption if you do not wish to keep the baby.

Jan 04, 2017 | Pregnancy

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Do you know anyone who had a baby at 42? My mother unintentionally got pregnant and she's almost 43?

If you watch TV there are numerous stars who have had children at that age or even older. One of my dearest friends had a child. He was 28(this was his first) and she was 44(this was her third). Everything was great. No problems, but they(the Dr.s) did keep a closer eye on her pregnancy. She gave birth to a 8lb. 5oz. baby girl.I wish you all the best.

Jan 04, 2017 | Pregnancy

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Also check fuel pressure. You can usually borrow a guage from a local parts store. Check pressure with key on ignition not running, then as started and reved up. should be between 35-45 psi. Every vehicle is diff tho.

Aug 03, 2016 | Volvo Cars & Trucks

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If you meant Biotin then these are the known side effects:

  • Acne. Getting too much biotin in your system increases your risk of developing cystic acne on the chin and jawline. The reason why this occurs is unknown, but it is found that the acne fades a few weeks after you stop using biotin supplements. Make sure you take doses of biotin that are less than 2500 mcg or less each day and drink plenty of water while using biotin supplements to reduce your risk of developing cystic acne. You may need to experiment with different doses until you find the amount that works best with your skin.
  • Allergies. Allergic reactions to biotin are not common, but they are still possible. People that have known allergies to vitamin B12 cobalamin or cobalt tend to be allergic to biotin as well. If you are suffering from an allergic reaction to biotin you may feel nausea, develop an itchy rash, tightness or pain in your chest and swelling of the throat and face. If you start to develop these symptoms call your doctor for help immediately as some of these developments can be fatal.
  • Miscarriage. If you are taking high doses of biotin while you are trying to get pregnant it can increase your risk of suffering a miscarriage. The reasoning behind this is not clear, and no tests have been performed on humans to better determine the likelihood of this risk. Talk to a medical professional before taking biotin while pregnant to ensure your safety.
  • Interactions. Biotin negatively interacts with anti-seizure medications and medications that help lower cholesterol, causing these medications to work less effectively. While biotin is helpful in regulating your metabolism and blood sugar levels, it can have a distinct effect on the overall blood glucose level in your body. If you are taking medications like cholesterol medication or anticonvulsants or treating a condition like diabetes, taking biotin can have an impact on your symptoms. It is rare that people have a life-threatening experience while taking biotin. There is only one recorded case where a woman that suffered from heart and lung condition known as eosinophilic pleuropericardial effusion developed life threatening conditions while taking vitamins B5 and B7 at high doses. After she stopped using these supplements her symptoms stopped. It is currently not known what role each of these vitamins or the combination of the two had in her symptoms.

Dec 26, 2014 | Garden

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Is it safe to use a fetal hear monitor at home?

It is 100% safe to use a prenatal heart monitor at home. They tend to give a lot of comfort to expecting moms who don't yet feel their baby kicking. Most expecting moms can feel the baby kicking by 18 to 20 weeks. Since miscarriage is so common before this time, it can be a real comfort to use a fetal monitor every now and then. Ultrasound machines, however, are not recommended to be used of a doctor's office.

Dec 26, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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I got a positive result on a home pregnancy test and then got my period 2 days later. I am so confused, what does it mean? Am I pregnant or not?

having a
positive pregnancy test result and then getting your period is understandably
confusing. It could mean a few things:

1. The pregnancy test was faulty and
gave you a false positive result

2. You may have suffered a natural loss
in the early stages of pregnancy (actually not an uncommon thing to happen).

3. If you had a recent miscarriage,
termination or are taking HCG medications, it maybe that the HCG levels in your
urine were high and gave a false positive result.

The best solution is to go and see your doctor who can help
clarify exactly what your situation is.

Mar 04, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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I just found out that I'm pregnant and want to know if its safe for me to sleep on my waterbed.

First of all, congratulations! Now, I am no doctor, but I can see some dangers to sleeping on a waterbed while pregnant. First risk that I can think of first is the use of electricity to heat the bed. Studies in the past have shown that there was a higher rate of miscarriages with women who slept on a waterbed (or used an electrical blanket. The second hazard that comes to my mind is the heat. Your internal body heat should never go above 101 degrees. By sleeping on a heated surface, you can increase the chances of birth defects, or worse, miscarriage. I would suggest buying a new bed. With all that being said, many manufacturing companies suggest using waterbeds while pregnant. They say that it increases the comfort level for pregnant women and allows them to sleep comfortably on their stomachs; thus taking pressure off other parts of their bodies.

Jul 24, 2012 | Furniture

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Dear madam, good evening! just this afternoon my family went out for an outing...i am pregnant on my 11th week.. the place was best... some several spas... and i had no knowledge at first that it was...

Jacuzzis and spas can be safe for pregnant women. However, there are several important things you need to consider. The temperature should not exceed 100 F as it may raise your body temperature quickly and may lead to hyperthermia. This can cause serious abnormalities and worst miscarriage. Also, when in a jacuzzi you need to make sure the jets do not forcefully propel near the vagina.

Jun 04, 2011 | Facebook Apps

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