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Nonreactive Nonstress Test
Nonstress test: A nonstress test (nst) is a screening test used in pregnancy to monitor the fetal heart rate. The idea is that a healthy fetus will have a temporary increase in the heart rate spontaneously. It is part of making sure the baby is healthy especially if you are having contractions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have never been hypertensive, baby weigh 4.9lbs at 32 wks, had a nonstress test done.Passed protein in urine test.Should i be induced or have c-section?
Not for here: This isn't a question that can be answered on the internet. This is a decision that needs to be made between you and the doctors taking care of you. If you would like, you can ask them to refer you for a second opinion. The choices here are very complicated and require a very complete evaluation of you in person along with all of your lab work, ultrasounds and other testing done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tested nonreactive HIV rapid test 3yrs after 1st and last sex cntct. Is there a possible false negative? Am i really free? Help!
I tested p24 after 14 days of the exposure and it was negative/nonreactive. Should I do another test or it's confirmed HIV negative?
Tested Way too Soon: That is not in any way a valid time frame for testing. I do not know who your physician is or why you were given a test that is completely invalid because it was done too soon. ...Read more
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