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Doctor insights on: Can You Have A Molar Pregnancy And Still Be A Virgin

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Can a virgin get a molar pregnancy?

Can a virgin get a molar pregnancy?

No: There must be union of a sperm and an egg to have a molar pregnancy. The molar pregnancy is an abnormality of the developing placenta. If a woman had artificial insemination and became pregnant and developed a molar pregnancy, she could still be a virgin. But there is no molar pregnancy without a pregnancy. ...Read more

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If you have a yolk sac could you still have a complete molar pregnancy?

If you have a yolk sac could you still have a complete molar pregnancy?

Possible: Need to be followed up closely by OB specialist if you are worried about the possibility of molar pregnancy. Partial or complete doesn't really matter so much as both must be treated immediately if diagnosed. Proper diagnosis may require multiple US, serial HCG levels and sometimes genetic testing. See your doctor. ...Read more

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Fat belly since molar pregnancy. I've been negative 1year and belly still the same size. What could be the cause. Ultrasound a month ago was normal?

Fat belly since molar pregnancy. I've been negative  1year and belly still the same size. What could be the cause. Ultrasound a month ago was normal?

Body changes: It sounds like the increase in abdominal size at this point is not related to your past molar pregnancy. Have you gained weight overall? If your Gyn problem has been cleared then focus attention on diet and weight loss is applicable. Focus on exercise to strengthen the abdominal muscles and core. ...Read more

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I am 10dpo and i took a pregnancy test that came out negative but i still have pregnancy symptoms why? And I have this metallic taste in my mouth

I am 10dpo and i took a pregnancy test that came out negative but i still have pregnancy symptoms why? And I have this metallic taste in my mouth

Metallic taste: Most common cause is infected gums that bleed on stimulation. Best advice, see your Dentist ASAP for periodontal examination and oral hygiene instructions. Can also be due to hormonal changes, GERD, infected sinuses, infected tooth/teeth, systemic disease, etc. Call your Dentist for exam. If not dental cause, see your GP or OBGyn. ...Read more

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NY wife is 20th week in her pregnancy she still has nausea and now she has got mouth ulcers on toungue what can we do?

NY wife is 20th week in her pregnancy she still has nausea and now she has got mouth ulcers on toungue what can we do?

Ask her OB?: Many pregnant women find that taking (eating, drinking) ginger helps tremendously with nausea: ginger in tea, ginger root, however you want to take it. Mouth ulcers (and really all such questions) can ONLY be addressed by a doctor who can see and examine the patient, you should take these to the OB doctor not online. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Does an elevated T4 count mean that I will definitely have a molar pregnancy or what else could it be?

Probably thyroid: T4 is the measure of thyroid hormone. If it is elevated, it could be normal or a sign of hyperthyroidism or overactive thyroid. If your blood pregnancy hormone (HCG) is really high due to a molar pregnancy or having more than one baby, it can make your T4 high. The other tests to do to find out the cause would be tsh, t3, (liothyronine) HCG and us. ...Read more

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Is it safe for me to drink alcohol if I have a molar pregnancy?

Yes: But when is your d& c planned? It would be a good idea to stop a week before( if you have that much notice) as alcohol contributes to bleeding. Take care of yourself ! ...Read more

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What is a molar pregnancy?

What is a molar pregnancy?

Abnormal pregnancy: A molar pregnancy is an abnormal pregnancy occurring when an fertilized egg receives too much chromosomal material from the sperm. They can cause heavy vaginal bleeding and require a D&C to remove the abnormal tissue. It is characterized as a complete or partial mole based on the number of chromosomes. Pregnancy hormones will be monitored post-operatively until they return to normal. ...Read more

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What about molar pregnancy?

Dangerous: Hydatidiform mole is a highly abnormal change in the embryo and requires skilled medical advice. ...Read more

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What is a partial molar pregnancy?

What is a partial molar pregnancy?

Could write a book: A molar pregnancy is a pre-cancerous condition caused by a genetic defect in the pregnancy tissue, usually caused by two sperm entering a defective empty egg. A partial mole has some fetal tissue present with a placenta made up of at least some 'molar' tissue. A complete mole is completely molar placental tissue. Partial moles are less dangerous and less likely to persist after treatment. ...Read more

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How long does molar pregnancy last?

Depends.: In a molar pregnancy the placenta doesn't form properly and instead forms a tumor. It can be benign (lydatidiform mole) or malignant (choriocarcinoma). Usually there is no fetus and the problem is detected in the first or second trimester. There can be a partial molar pregnancy where there is a placenta and fetus, which can rarely go to term. ...Read more

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How is a molar pregnancy diagnosed?

Labs & Ultrasound: The blood work will show abnormally high levels of HCG and on ultrasound there will be what is refered to as a 'snow storm" pattern with no identifiable fetus if it is a molar pregnancy. Usually the woman will also bleed, and sometimes the clots are charecteristic, but that's not enough to make the diagnosis by itself. ...Read more

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What are the tests for molar pregnancy?

Ultrasound and hCG: Ultrasound combined with HCG levels are the standard for diagnosing a molar pregnancy. ...Read more

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Molar Pregnancy (Definition)

A rare mass or growth that forms inside the uterus at the beginning of a pregnancy. It is a type of ...Read more