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Have mild cramping. Positive pregnancy test reports. What care should be taken?

Hi i am 19 and have had 5 positive home pregnancy tests .... do you think i am really pregnant? also i have had mild cramping like a period cramp but no bleeding or spotting. My LMP was december 17, 2012. I have not been on birth control for 6 months. I recently had unprotected sex. I do not know what to do next. i am a nursing student and have to do all my clinical rotations at the doctors office, health centers, WIC clinic, everwhere. There is no way i am going to any of these places being only 19 and a nursing student that works there everyday. I keep putting off prenatal care , i know this much. I am ashamed at myself. I made an A all through my maternity course. Now that i am pregnant, i feel like i know nothing!! i dont even know where to begin!
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
As you got 5 positive pregnancy test, then you are definitely pregnant. For 100% confirmation & clear confusion from mind, you can undergo one ultrasound scan which can help in calculating gestational age also.
If you do not want to carry,then you can terminate pregnancy medically and medical abortion can be done max 7-9 weeks gestational age completely.
So take decision without more late and proceed forward to next line of management.
If you need further consultation with me, then you can visit
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 29 Oct 2014
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