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I'm 9 weeks pregnant and I don't have a lot of pregnancy symptoms is there something wrong?

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Dr. Jeff Livingston
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Prenatal care

It is important to schedule your first Obgyn visit to start your prenatal care.
Your doctor can guide you through this journey. Typically an exam and sonogram is done to confirm a live intrauterine pregnancy. The lack of negative pregnancy symptoms can not be used to draw conclusions on the status of the pregnancy.

In brief: Prenatal care

It is important to schedule your first Obgyn visit to start your prenatal care.
Your doctor can guide you through this journey. Typically an exam and sonogram is done to confirm a live intrauterine pregnancy. The lack of negative pregnancy symptoms can not be used to draw conclusions on the status of the pregnancy.
Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Dr. Charles Whiting
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Probably not

The lack of symptoms may mean you are just lucky! It doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong.
Best wishes!

In brief: Probably not

The lack of symptoms may mean you are just lucky! It doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong.
Best wishes!
Dr. Charles Whiting
Dr. Charles Whiting
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