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When Should I See A Doctor If I Am Pregnant
Will doctors see you for a preconception check up if we haven't gotten pregnant after 4 months of trying. ?
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
I have been try to got pregnant for 9m now but with no look I am bleeding on and off all the time I have been 2 see my doc but he will not help me?
See below: The only suggestion that i can make is that if you feel the care you are receiving is inadequate, that you consider changing to another provider. This venue can't substitute for medical care. ...Read more
I was 6wks pregnant and i just lost it. How long will the bleeding continue and how should I wait before i get pregnant again. Do i need to see a doc?
People have been: Having miscarriages, well, since there have been people. There may be an issue which needs attention but generallt not. There is no evidence to say how long one should wait afterward but you may need a mental break. The bleeding should stop in a few days but if its heavy get seen, you may not have passed everything (but you likely did) good luck. ...Read more
If Your Test Is Positive & Doctors Confirmed It. Your Pregnant Right? What If There No Symptoms. I'm 5 Weeks. & Still Can't See A Sac Or Anything
Pregnancy, certainty: If the MD and test are both positive then you are pregnant. It takes up to 6 weeks for a defined gestational sac to be clear on ultrasound. ...Read more
Fortunately No: This condition is almost always psychiatric in nature. So called pseudocyesis, occurs when a patient presents with the signs of pregnancy by history. These signs however are generally not real and represent some inner need for the patient to be pregnant. This is either conscious for secondary gain or unconscious in some psychological or psychiatric way. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
And doc pls , can I drink milo while trying to get pregnant , can see it also has soy lecthin And soya. Thanks?
I am 10 week pregnant but doc are not able to see my baby, had my blood test done which shows I am 10 weeks preg.
I am 4weeks pregnant and having little bleeding since one week, discussed with doc she said wait and see how it turns, what should I do, is it safe?
Depends: Many women bleed slightly early in pregnancy and go on to have perfectly normal pregnancies. How this is managed depends a lot on the resources available where you live. Lab testing to monitor the pregnancy hormone beta-hcg would be a typical way to try to figure out what is going on and if things are going to progress normally or not. ...Read more
Not a lot: Molar pregnancies are not real common, occurring in less than 1 in 1000 pregnancies in the USA. But, they are certainly serious when they do occur. Usual treatment is a D&C, and follow-up after treatment for a molar pregnancy is quite important - as sometimes the molar pregnancy can recur after treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
50 days late and negative hpt! if i don't have a + result my doc won't see me for possible pregnancy. What can I do with negative results?
Wait: Skipping a menstrual period can indicate a previous cycle where ovulation did not occur. Frequently, the next cycle will be regular with ovulation and periods will resume if no pregnancy has occurred. Irregular cycles occur in approximately 15% of women when hormonal contraception is not used. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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