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Missed periods. Pregnant? How to get sure? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 26-Mar-2013
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User:Hi...My name is XXXXXXX ..
User:wife of Mr. XXXXXXX XXXXXXX ..have a few queries on my periods
Doctor:Please proceed
User:Hi Sir. i got my last period on XXXXXXX 29
User:again on mar 10 i got very less bleeding
User:thought my period started...however later i didnt see any more
User:its been 5 days passed
User:not sure if it is pregnancy?
User:pls suggest
Doctor:Yes, the chances are likely
Doctor:you can go for a Urine pregnancy test
User:ok will do it tomorrow....however i dont have any other symptoms
Doctor:I would suggest to wait for 5 more days for the test to be done
Doctor:and to get reliable results
User:i feel totally normal with my vomit back pains etc
Doctor:The symptoms do start at the end of 2 nd month and peak by third
Doctor:Hence I would consider Urine Pregnancy test as the best one to rule out now
User:ok sir...
User:will do it after 5 days as suggested by you...
Doctor:Is there anything I can help you with ?
User:want to know if we continue with sex or stop for time being
Doctor:I would suggest you to avoid intercourse til third month if it is confirmed
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