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Pregnancies Outside The Uterus Symptoms
See below: At about 4-6 weeks, but everybody's different. ...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
Reproductive career: Towards the end of their "reproductive career" in some women their body is telling them so and even though there may not be an actual desire to become pregnant, the body displays pregnancy symptoms. Uterine growth in a 47 y/o should be monitored closely by a gynecologist. ...Read more
Is it likely u still have pregnancy symptoms after a miscarriage? or its becos of ma uterus been thick?
Thick uterus have pregnancy symptoms. Spotted two days after scan - bloodtest. - hpt this morning. Could hormones cause this?
Many possible causes: To better evaluate the cause of your symptoms you should contact your md. Many different causes may be at play. ...Read more
Im hurting in my uterus. I haven't had a period in over 2 months. Pregnancy test said no but I have all the symptom of pregnancy. What could be wrong?
Pain in pelvis: There could be pregnancy, but this could be many other things including especially serious conditions like an ectopic pregnancy or pelvic inflammatory disease. You should be evaluated by your doctor and have blood drawn for preganancy and infection and a pelvic examination performed to make sure there is nothing worse happening. I would get evaluated asap. ...Read more
I have pcos and getting all the symptoms of pregnancy. I think I feel my uterus but tests negative. Could I be pregnant? I'd be 11 weeks now
5yrs ago(surgical clamps put), 2 yrs ago, ableviation, uterus walls now 1cm, no period for two months, all pregnancy symptoms, can I be pregnant?
Very unlikely: If what you're saying is that you had your tubes tied and a uterine ablation then it is very unlikely you are pregnant. Chances of pregnancy for a woman in their 20's with tubal ligation is about 1 in 200. Not zero, but very low. 1cm is normal uterine width, even following ablation. If you're worried about pregnancy, though, take a home pregnancy test, that will clear your mind. ...Read more
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