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Delayed periods, postive urine pregnancy test - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi, wife has missed period this month..4 days have passed
Doctor :   hi.
Doctor :   ok
User :   Hi, wife has missed period this month..4 days have passed
User :   Test kit also shown positive result........
Doctor :   ok
User :   But I don't want baby at this time
User :   hwo to get rid of this at earliest
User :   ?
Doctor :   she will have to meet her gynecologist for that
User :   I heard about medicine to get periods
Doctor :   to get an examination and tests done and decide what is best option for her
User :   I can't go to doctor
Doctor :   is thi sher first pregnancy?
User :   yes...first
Doctor :   *this her?
Doctor :   then I would suggest not to abort the baby, it usually results in uterine scarring leading to infertility later on.
Doctor :   and she will not be able to concieve
Doctor :   baby by now would be about 4 weeks old
User :   no.....
Doctor :   with almost all organ systems formed
User :   14 days only
Doctor :   the medications available have side effects, and should be taken under supervision in the correct dose
Doctor :   when was her last menstrual period?
User :   6th of June
Doctor :   what is the period cycle length? i mean to ask in how many days gap does she have her periods once?
User :   n she had 26 days of period
Doctor :   ok. based on her dates, she would have concieved around 12-14th JUne
Doctor :   so she will have a 22-23 day old baby in her womb now
User :   but we worked b/w 16 to 20 June
User :   ok......
Doctor :   so get her to a gynecologist, and let her decide what is best to be done such that future problems do not arise
Doctor :   and if you are planning for abortion, take consultation at the earliset
Doctor :   the more you delay, the more complicated it will be
Doctor :   if tablets are given to her, she should take them under supervision
User :   ok....
Doctor :   and after bleeding starts, she has to have a scan done to see if the uterus in empty,
Doctor :   if products are left behind, it wil lead to more severe bleeding and infection
Doctor :   making it the cause for permanent infertility
Doctor :   so do not take this lightly. discuss risks and benefits of each procedure with the gynecologist before going ahead with them
Doctor :   have you followed what I have said?
User : answer is not to go abortion since it is first baby
Doctor :   yes it will be the best thing to do, and follow birth control measures later after delivery
User :   if it would be second baby.then.,.........hw much is the risk?
Doctor :   since 90% of infertility cases are due to uterine sacrring
Doctor :   involving abortion
Doctor :   after delivery of first baby, she can go in for IUD (eg. Copper -T), and delay pregnancy for almost upto 6-9 years
Doctor :   or take birth control pills regularly until you are ready for the next baby.
User :   Is it necessary for conceive that.when man comes in woman.....the sperm should remain inside.........
User :   because in immediately comes out of vagina
Doctor :   sperm uniting with egg will definitely result in pregnancy unless there is congenital defects in family
Doctor :   it is only some amount that comes out from vagina
User :   Ok
Doctor :   each ejaculate contains about 3-6 milliion sperms
Doctor :   and they travel fast into uterus and tubes to reach the egg
User :   I know about it
Doctor :   so chances of pregnancy is very high if the woman is in her fertile period
User :   she is feeling too much pain in lower abdomen........
Doctor :   it could be due to the contractions in the uterus.
Doctor :   she has to get an examination done
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