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Hpt negative, had yellow fever shot, pregnant now. What are the risks in keeping baby?

I tested using home pregnancy test if I was pregnant April 10, test was negative. I had my yellow fever shot on April 10. I tested again for pregnancy on the 12th and also at the doctors and it was positive. Doctor says its about 4 weeks into the pregnancy. She doesn t have enough research findings about the risks. Please help. Not sure if I should keep the baby. Thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Thanks for query.
In my opinion-
1)consult a doctor,and go for yellow fever vaccine because in first trimester chances of immunological response is low.
2)Antibodies test done.
3)take antipyretics,cold compress,rest,plenty of water orally for fever.
4)chances of abortion are there so treatment taken under doctor supervision.
5)Get USG done to rule out congenital anomalies.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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