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Abdominal cramps in pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Pregnancy
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Practicing since : 2005
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can i help you?
User :   I went to the emergency room because Ive been having cramps
Doctor :   Ok

User :   and they did blood work and urine test and they said that I am pregnant
Doctor :  
User :   They did a vaginal sonogram and saw that my ovaries and stuff was fine and that i was too early to really see anything
User :   about less than 6 weeks
Doctor :  
User :   I just want to know if everything is okay and that I am pregnant and that the test are not a false reading because I had sex 24 hours before the blood work was done and finished
Doctor :   When was your last period?

User :   Over a month ago... middle of october
Doctor :  
Sexual intercourse during early weeks of pregnancy does not cause any physical damage to pregnancy.
User :   I've also been a bit stressed due to family issues and the emergency doctor on call said that could be the issue
Doctor :  
Generally avoid the stressors during pregnancy.\
User :   Okay so having sex a day before the test won't matter...and i am pregnant
Doctor :  
But the cause for the cramps could be pregnancy itself and not the stressors.

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