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Pregnant. Histroy of uncomfortable feeling in gallbladder. Had HIDA scan. Anything wrong?


I found out yesterday that I am pregnant. Ten days before conception (I am absolute on the date, I keep obsessive track about these things) my gallbladder started acting up in a bad way. I had a a HIDA Scan six days after conception, so the Zygote would've implanted around the day of the HIDA Scan. My husband and I are very worried if the baby is alright.

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Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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It takes 7-10 days after conception for implantation to happen. Since you are sure of your time of ovulation, having a HIDA scan 6 days after conception is not likely to affect the zygote in any way. Please do not worry.
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Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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