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Upset stomach and cold during pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   Hi
Doctor :   please go ahead with ur medical query
User :   I'm pregnant and my lmp date is Feb 24th
User :   i just crossed 6 months
User :   from yesterday night i'm not feeling well... stomach upset
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   is there any bleeding per vagina
Doctor :   or fever?
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User :   I'm suffering from cold even
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do u have fever or bleeding from the pervagina
User :   i dont have any problems...(like bleeding ....or fever)
User :   i'm not feeling baby movements from morning 6am~
Doctor :   then u need to consult gyencologist
User :   how frequently i can notice the movements... ? are these related
Doctor :   gynecologist
Doctor :   u might be anxious
User :   yes... a bit
Doctor :   i would like to consult a gynecologist
User :   my last pregenacy got terminated in 7th month...
Doctor :   please do consult a gynecology, i would also like to write to us regarding the progress
User :   ok.. sure...
Doctor :   after y consult them
Doctor :   at YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   get the fetal heart rate checked
Doctor :   since there is past history of termination of pregnancy
Doctor :   i dont want u to take chances, iam concerned
User :   last friday i went for a check up and it was approximately 160...
Doctor :   anything else u would like us to help with
Doctor :   thats fine
User :   and baby weighs 900gms
Doctor :   ok
User :   I will let you know the progress....
Doctor :   sure
User :   bye
Doctor :   normal fetal heart rate is between
Doctor :   120-160
Doctor :   bye
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