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A 50-year-old member asked:

what to do if i was tested three times and i can't really believe that its true that im pregnant and in the monitor its ays 130 what does it means?

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Dr. Zoltan Saary
Obstetrics and Gynecology 41 years experience
I'm not sure...: I'm not sure what monitor You are referring to, but if your pregnancy test was positive x3, than you should see your Ob/Gyn, have a blood test and a Sonogram done if if these confirm pregnancy you have to make a decision about the future of it!! Good Luck!

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How do I know if im pregnant?

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Home pregnancy test: A home pregnancy test can reliably tell you whether you are pregnant or not; the test looks for beta-hcg in your urine. B-hcg is only secreted by a fertilized egg or a placenta.
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A 26-year-old member asked:

What can I take for a cold while im pregnant

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How do I no if im pregnant?

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Dr. Nicole Bressler answered
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Pregnancy Test: If you have missed your period, you may want to take an at home pregnancy test that you can get a drug store. If it is positive, see your dr. However, those tests are not always accurate. Your dr can do a blood test, which is very accurate.
Dr. Bac Nguyen
Dr. Bac Nguyen commented
Family Medicine 23 years experience
the currently available home -pregancy tests are very very good...
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A 23-year-old female asked:

Im pregnant can I take theraflu?

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Dr. Randy Baker
Holistic Medicine 40 years experience
Better options: Theraflu contains a variety of pharmaceuticals like acetominophen, antihistamines, cough suppressants & decongestants that may reduce symptoms but do nothing to actually help you heal.These can have unpleasant side effects. It also has artificial colors/sweeteners/flavors & preservatives. I would not take it during the first trimester, but most docs feel it is ok later in pregnancy. See my comments.
Dr. Randy Baker
Dr. Randy Baker commented
Holistic Medicine 40 years experience
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I would advise taking natural remedies proven to help you heal more quickly without side effects and possible hazards to your baby. Sambucol is proven to help flu-see http://www.blackelderberry.info/clinical-summary/. Homeopathy is also safe & effective in pregnancy. Oscillococcinum is a homeopathic med proven to reduce symptoms & speed recovery from the flu and is totally safe during pregnancy.
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