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Had an abortion 4 months ago- molar pregnancy in jan. Hcg is low. Headaches from possible recurrent trophoblastic?

Had an abortion 4 months ago- molar pregnancy in jan. Hcg is low. Headaches from possible recurrent trophoblastic?

Anything: Your headaches could be coming from tension, dehydration, lack of sleep/poor sleep, skipping meals, stress, eye strain, teeth grinding, sleep apnea/snoring, or chronic sinus problems. ...Read more

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For the past 2 weeks I've had constant headaches, a bad taste in my mouth, nausea and sweating at night. No medications or pregnancy. What is this?

For the past 2 weeks I've had constant headaches, a bad taste in my mouth, nausea and sweating at night. No medications or pregnancy. What is this?

See a doctor: Hi. That could be any number of things. We'd just be guessing out here in internet-land. Please go see your doctor for a real, in person evaluation. Good luck, and I hope you feel better soon! ...Read more

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How long does molar pregnancy last?

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 long it takes the partial molar pregnancy to develop?

Molar pregnancy: A partial mole develops at either at conception (2 sperm fertilize 1 egg) or immediately after conception (1 sperm enters an egg and duplicates). ...Read more

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I had a molar pregnancy of last april. Can that be a reason I can't get pragnent now been trying every since?

I had a molar pregnancy of last april. Can that be a reason I can't get pragnent now been trying every since?

Molar pregnancy: Usually after a molar pregnancy it is not wise to get pregnant right away. There is a recurrence risk. If you can't get pregnant a year after a molar pregnancy, you should see a reproductive endocrinologist for help. ...Read more

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How long should I avoid getting pregnant after a molar pregnancy

How long should I avoid getting pregnant after a molar pregnancy

Mole: Up to a year is common, but please, please - talk 1-on-1 with your doctor. The standard of care does change, and the answer can also depend on the specifics of the treatment course. ...Read more

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How long it takes the partial molar pregnancy to develop into cancer?

How long it takes the partial molar pregnancy to develop into cancer?

It can vary: These type of neoplasms have a variable course and require close follow up with your doctor, typically with regular blood examinations after evacuation to ensure this regrowth or transformation is not occurring. ...Read more

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I had a molar pregnancy last year and now I want to be pregnant again so am I high risk?

I had a molar pregnancy last year and now I want to be pregnant again so am I high risk?

Molar pregnancy: You are high risk for a recurrence of a molar pregnancy. But that diagnosis can be made early in pregnancy. A history of a molar pregnancy doesn't put you into a high risk group. ...Read more

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What is causing my long periods? For the past two months they have been over 2 weeks. I had a partial molar pregnancy over 1 year ago. 39 yrs old

What is causing my long periods? For the past two months they have been over 2 weeks. I had a partial molar pregnancy over 1 year ago. 39 yrs old

Perimenopause.: Women going to perimenopause can develop irregular periods. The reason is thickening or the endometrium from the anovulatory cycles which happens going thru menopause. Thick endometrium means more bleeding from estrogen dominance on women cycle. This situation can be corrected by hormone pills. See your gyn. ...Read more

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I'm at week 7 nd from last 3-4 days I experienced mild headache, is this normal during pregnancy?

I'm at week 7 nd from last 3-4 days I experienced mild headache, is this normal during pregnancy?

Maybe normal: Maybe. Were any medical problems identified on your initial prenatal visit? Have you been pregnant before? Did you experience any medical issues during your last pregnancy? I would want to check your blood pressure and encourage adequate hydration. There are a plethora of common reasons why you would get a headache like anyone else but you certainly need to mention this to your physician if he. ...Read more

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I am 7 days late & took a pregnancy test this mrng came bk neg. Been hving headaches off & on. Last mth spotted little for 2 days a week after my per.

I am 7 days late & took a pregnancy test this mrng came bk neg. Been hving headaches off & on. Last mth spotted little for 2 days a week after my per.

Check hormones: If you are having new headaches and new menstrual irregularity, it could be due to abnormal thyroid function or a hormone called Prolactin that is made by the pituitary gland. These are easy to check with a blood test.

It is also important to know if you have started any new medications, including over the counter and herbal remedies. ...Read more

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I had a dnc last year due to molar pregnancy & also my husband is uncircumcised, could that stop me from getting pregnant?

I had a dnc last year due to molar pregnancy & also my husband is uncircumcised, could that stop me from getting pregnant?

Probably not: It depends on how simple the D&C was. If it was straightforward, then your uterine lining should be back to normal. Not being circumcised does not effect a man's fertility.

Please see your ob/gyn for further discussions to perhaps include starting an infertility workup for both you and your husband. ...Read more

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For the last day or so being getting mild cramps, headaches and turning off food is this a sign of period or pregnancy? Please help

For the last day or so being getting mild cramps, headaches and turning off food is this a sign of period or pregnancy? Please help

Could be: Sounds more like period cramps...There are prostaglandins that cause the cramps and headaches. It can be helped with vitex agnus or cramp bark. Acupuncture and chinese medicine can help alleviate hormone imbalances and prevent cramps all together. If you are concerned about pregnancy do a test...Dietary changes can also help: less processed foods, stop dairy and gluten., eat more healthy fats-. ...Read more

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I had a complete molar pregnancy in November of last year! I had a negative! But I was suppose to start my period today and I am spotting?

I had a complete molar pregnancy in November of last year! I had a negative! But I was suppose to start my period today and I am spotting?

Ok, I'm not sure...: What you want to know. It sounds to me like you are starting your period and are not pregnant. Are there some other details that you wish to share so I can understand your question and better help you? If so, you can always ask again. We can try a private conversation if you'd like. Best wishes to you! ...Read more

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Spotting x2 within last month, constant headache, bloating, fatigue. Took 1 "new choice" pregnancy test & it was negative. What does this mean?

Spotting x2 within last month, constant headache, bloating, fatigue. Took 1 "new choice" pregnancy test & it was negative. What does this mean?

Home pregnancy tests are very accurate.: They are the same tests used in a doctors office. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period.  if you doubt the result you can repeat it in 1-2 days. If you were pregnant the hormone level would rise enough for detection. ...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