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Im four months pregnant and I haven't been to the doctor yet is that bad ?

Im four months pregnant and I haven't been to the doctor yet is that bad ?

Call for appt ASAP: It can sometimes take weeks to get in to see an OB provider so call now for an appointment. If there is a long delay or difficulty, ask a local hospital or board of health for referral. It is important to have a pregnancy test to see if pregnant, an ultrasound to evaluate the fetus and other tests in 2nd trimester. While waiting, read, start vitamin daily, eat well, avoid toxins, tobacco, alcohol. ...Read more

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Dr. Corey Clay
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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


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Hi doc, im badly need ur answers how abort a one month pregnant? ;(

Hi doc, im badly need ur answers how abort a one month pregnant? ;(

Can't advise: Sorry for your predicament, but we cannot ethically, legally or safely advise you on how to terminate a pregnancy outside of a medical facility. Please seek care from a qualified healthcare professional in your area. Best wishes. ...Read more

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How precise is a doctors pregnancy test after four days of unprotected sex?

How precise is a doctors pregnancy test after four days of unprotected sex?

Too soon to test: It takes 10-14 days for an embryo to produce enough HCG for a positive test, from the day of the fruitful intercourse. ...Read more

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Bloated for almost four months now. Took a pregnancy test at the doctors office, came back negative. Should I be concern?

Bloated for almost four months now. Took a pregnancy test at the doctors office, came back negative. Should I be concern?

Not about pregnancy: If you have gained weight, it would help to increase your physical activity and reduce your intake of food. If you are sexually active and do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. ...Read more

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My doctor told me not to take xrays due to my pregnancy 9 weeks doctors i work for are making me will it be bad for my baby?

My doctor told me not to take xrays due to my pregnancy 9 weeks doctors i work for are making me will it be bad for my baby?

No, baby will b ok: If you take radiographs as part of your job, then you are protected from any harmful effects by the walls and distance from the xray head. If there are other circumstances to your situation, then your obgyn needs to talk to your employer. ...Read more

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I'm 38 weeks pregnant , monday I went to the doc and told me I was 2cm dilated & 80 percent effaced . I have such bad pressure pains . is it normal ?

I'm 38 weeks pregnant , monday I went to the doc and told me I was 2cm dilated & 80 percent effaced . I have such bad pressure pains . is it normal ?

Labor: Bleeding, leaking of fluid, and regular contractions that go on for an hour are reasons to call your doctor. Decreased movement is also a reason to call. Pelvic pressure happens especially as the baby descends. When you have increased pressure do you also have contractions? Put your hands across your belly when you have increased pressure, tight? Then a contraction. ...Read more

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I always have really bad cramping after a pelvic exam. And the doctors know. What might be the reason behind the pain?? I'm pregnant. Thanks

I always have really bad cramping after a pelvic exam. And the doctors know. What might be the reason behind the pain?? I'm pregnant.

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Pain after pelvic ex: Pain after pelvic exam is due to contraction of the uterus and is very common. Gently massage area of pain with hand or warm pad to help relief pain. Remind MD so they are extra gentle for future exams. ...Read more