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 What are pregnant women at risk of?

Answer Answer Pregnant women are at risk of having a baby. If you could be more specific in your question, you would likely get a more specific answer.
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Are women in their mid to late 30s still at risk of pregnancy complications or abnormalities if they technically were pregnant but had an abortion in their 20s?

Answer Do not. I really mean it do not abort your baby. It is just killing another life. Its a piece of you. If its your first baby and you're going to abort it chances are you might not be able to... Read More »
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Is it harder for obese pregnant women to feel fetal movement more so than pregnant women who are pregnant and are not overweight?

it is not harder to feel the movement it just is not as harsh on your ribs and back because there is more "wiggle room" for the baby. however, it will be harder to see the movement from the outside.
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Does every pregnant women get pregnancy symptoms or are there women that just dont expirience any?

Answer I did not have any symptoms for the first fourth months of pregnancy.  I still had my normal menstrual cycle, no morning sickness or fatigue.I thought that the true way to determine if you... Read More »
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Why are men at a higher risk than women for heart disease?

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. While men are more vulnerable to developing heart disease at a younger age, the Center for Disease Control (... Read More »
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