Doctor insights on: Am i pregnant chat room
Should I see a obgyn or can I video chat if I am trying to take the best steps at getting pregnant?
Either one, to start: Since the first steps are history to obtain general info, a video chat might be helpful. Ultimately, an exam and some tests would be needed for more definitive diagnosis and suggesting the corrective action. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Well I took another at home pregnancy test was no doubt negative but I am still having symptoms, Do I have to be 18 to ask for advice and or vid chat?
Parental permission: Yes ma'am you will need a parent or guardian to have an account on this network and then, they can ask questions on your behalf due to your age. If that can happen then, I am happy to help you with medical questions or concerns by writing to me at: www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi All the best to you. ...Read more
I have a flat growth on my side that started when I was pregnant 7years ago and has recently gotten bigger I don't know who I should speak with?
Go To HealthTapPrime: You can go talk to a doctor 24-7 on HealthTap Prime. You pay a simple monthly membership fee and you get UNLIMITED consults. Good luck. ...Read more
Your doctor: Discuss this with your doctor. He/she will set you in the right direction. ...Read more
Hallo first, I can, t speak so much english sorry. Can women pregnant if she did sexuell meet before 3 days coming period,?
I need help I'm young and pregnant please help I don't know what to do?? I can't talk to my family about it and no doctors around in easy access
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Nope: You do not need to talk to a doctor, you need to see a doctor or at least get a pregnancy test at your local pharmacy. Nobody can tell if you are pregnant with an online consultation. ...Read more
Who do I talk to get pregnant, and am on medicard I want to get Clomid (clomiphene) will they let me pay cash then medicard.
I just recently found out I'm pregnant with my 3rd child. Two of my children are from a previous marriage and I am now pregnant with my fiance's child and he is 38 I will be 29 in a week. My 2nd child has trisomy 21 downs syndrome. Everyone I talk to keep
MaterniT21.: Your question was cut-off - but, if I understand correctly, you are concerned about the risk of Down syndrome in your current fetus because of your prior infant with down. My answer is easy: take folate, (folic acid) get genetic counseling and consider the maternit21 non-invasive test by sequenom (or others similar to it now commercially available) to determine this fetus' risk for down syndrome. Best of luck! ...Read more
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I hear women talk about checking your cervix to know or have an idea of bein pregnant. How do I check and how is it suppose to feel?
So what is the youngest age to talk to a doctor about getting help getting pregnant. I live in Australia. I have been trying for a little over a year.
Vaginal bleed & preg:
This is a complicated issue. If you want to talk about it with me I suggest that you schedule a virtual consult, . I'll be available in 1 hr. ...Read more
U need to make an: Apt with a gyn, ask a friend who they go, or go to the acog web site and u can find board certified docs in your area or call your local hospital for a list of gyns. ...Read more
I have recently suffered my second pregnancy loss and would like to speak to someone on how soon to see a perinatologist?
Need more info: Have you been under a care of an OBGYN for these pregnancy losses, and if so has s/he done a workup? A general OB/GYN should be able to start the workup (looking for genetic abnormalities in the fetuses if available as that is the most common cause and usually not persistently recurring; medical conditions such as thyroid dysfunction, diabetes and clotting disorders that predispose to blood clots) ...Read more