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Dr. Hamid Sajjadi
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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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What may be the safest procedure for desolving an 11th week pregnancy with the added symptoms and conditions?

What may be the safest procedure for desolving an 11th week pregnancy with the added symptoms and conditions?

See an OBGYN doctor: If you wish to terminate a pregnancy at 11th week, you must see a doctor and have a d&c. But the doctor will do an ultrasound first and counsel you regarding your options. ...Read more

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I have problems with pregnancy, had 2 losts this year, the 1st had to be removed and the 2nd is in course. I'll get a procedure. What can be wrong?

I have problems with pregnancy, had 2 losts this year, the 1st had to be removed and the 2nd is in course. I'll get a procedure. What can be wrong?

Not enough info: You have not provided enough information. We would need to know why you lost the first and what procedure you are requiring. ...Read more

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Safe pregnancy with essure procedure in place?

Safe pregnancy with essure procedure in place?

Yes: Saw a patient with successful essure placement in 1 tube only who voluntarily got pregnant. She carried her pregnancy to term with no complications. ...Read more

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What is the risk of pregnancy after having the essure procedure? Can essure be removed?

5/1, 000: Essure is very effective with only 5/1, 000 patients conceiving after the procedure. The removal is best at the time of insertion because later it is embedded in the tube it is considered permanent and irreversible. ...Read more

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How safe is pregnancy after getting a whipple procedure?

How safe is pregnancy after getting a whipple procedure?

Unusual question: Hopefully this is a real question and not computer generated. Whipples are uncommon in premenopausal women desiring pregnancy, as they are most typically done for pancreatic cancer or intractable pain from pancreatitiis. But if you are seriously considering it - look at the prognosis from the cancer (if applicable). What is your overall health and nutrition? If healthy and cancer free - go for it. ...Read more

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Has anyone ever lost a pregnancy from a cone biopsy procedure?

Has anyone ever lost a pregnancy from a cone biopsy procedure?

Yes: Yes, a cone biopsy does increase the risk of incompetent cervix which can cause premature rupture of membranes or preterm delivery. ...Read more

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How long should I wait for pregnancy symptoms after an IUI procedure?

How long should I wait for pregnancy symptoms after an IUI procedure?

3 weeks: A urine pregnancy test, done correctly, gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex or insemination (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and thus lead to a repeat test. If a woman gets her normal regular period, then she is not pregnant. ...Read more

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I am five weeks into my pregnancy idk could be six & I am getting an abortion July 10th what is the best procedure? Pill or surgical?

I am five weeks into my pregnancy idk could be six & I am getting an abortion July 10th what is the best procedure? Pill or surgical?

Matter of choice: This is a matter of personal choice. Surgical abortion is an immediate resolution procedure with some mild bleeding thereafter. Medication abortion involves pills with cramping, tissue passage, and bleeding thereafter for a few days. ...Read more

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Can one get pregnant and have a successful pregnancy after having the leep procedure? Are there any or more complications?

Can one get pregnant and have a successful pregnancy after having the leep procedure? Are there any or more complications?

Yes!: Yes, you can still get pregnant after a LEEP procedure! Most women have no problems in pregnancy related to the LEEP. If you have a history of pre-term delivery, a LEEP can increase your risk. For most women this isn't a problem. Best wishes! ...Read more

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If u had unprotected sex 1 day before a keep procedure can I still be at risk of pregnancy and if so will the fetus survive?

If u had unprotected sex 1 day before a keep procedure can I still be at risk of pregnancy and if so will the fetus survive?

Yes: I assume you mean LEEP procedure. You could still conceive and it is unlikely that the procedure would induce a miscarriage although there is a slightly higher overall risk of pregnancy loss in women who have undergone LEEP procedures. For more information www. Askyourgynecologist. Org ...Read more

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I have gone through Hysteroscopy procedure 3 days back to remove previous pregnancy's tissue particles, can I try to conceive immediately from now?

I have gone through Hysteroscopy procedure 3 days back to remove previous pregnancy's tissue particles, can I try to conceive immediately from now?

Not yet: Give your body and mind a chance to recover. After a miscarriage, you are stressed and often grieving and your body has also been working overtime. After a pregnancy loss, it times time to cope. Many experts think a year is the average time it takes to deal emotionally with a major life stressor. Also the body needs several weeks to months to recover. Ask your doctor about this. ...Read more

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Does the leep procedure cause pregnancy complications later on?

Does the leep procedure cause pregnancy complications later on?

Sorry...yes..: The very fact that you are needing Leep procedure.......indicate abnormal sex organ environment......so you will have trouble....if you do not have yet. ...Read more

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6th pregnancy, I had a leep procedure done a year ago will I be at higher risk of cervical problems? X

6th pregnancy, I had a leep procedure done a year ago will I be at higher risk of cervical problems? X

Yes, but not neccess: Yes, having had a leep procedure puts you only at 'slightly' higher risk, not by any means definitely. Plenty of women every year have successful term pregnancies following a leep procedure. Thousands! You might have your doctor check the length of your cervix early on, say, between 12-14 weeks, and then again 16-18 weeks. Keeping a close eye on it may help ease your fears. Best wishes. ...Read more

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How to prevent pregnancy naturally. Or is there any procedure to control pregnancy naturally, without using condoms and birth controll.?

How to prevent pregnancy naturally. Or is there any procedure to control pregnancy naturally, without using condoms and birth controll.?

Not very effectively: The rhythm method has been used for many centuries. It is not very effective. The women who practice it are often called "momma"! there are other barrier methods with less than 100% protection. Condoms not only prevent pregnancy, but also prevent sexually transmitted dieases. Please read all you can about birth control to prevent undesired pregnancies. ...Read more

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