If it does not improve over the next few hours, I would suggest having it look at. most are viral in nature and there is no treatment needed. It can take up to 3-5 days to improve however. It is going to improve, but it make take time. If it is bacterial, then you may need some medication to help with it.
It may be contagious, so be careful and wash your hands very well.
So, the blood tests are sensitive. It depends on the type of testing in the lab. Most use less than 5 mIU/ml as the lower area. If you have an HCG less than that, typically it is considered negative.View Thread
So, when some of our patients get constipated, we use Milk of Magnesia without cascara. It is a gentle laxative and works very well. It can be used every 8 hours until you go. We would suggest taking it once and see how it goes. If you don't get any response then repeat the dose.
Increasing your intake of fluids, fiber will help you hopefully be more regular.View Thread
So, I have a few questions myself. Are you also having a vaginal discharge. Have you been pregnant before. Any history of preterm labor or birth in the past.
Feeling pressure could be perfectly normal or could be an issue. We would recommend discussing this with your healthcare provider. You may also want to go and see them to make sure you are OK.View Thread
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