You said you asked your doc to repeat the test which is why I assumed you were in contact with your OB - you must be using your regular PCP, right? Have you taken a home pregnancy test? Perhaps you should contact your OB and tell him/her what is going on. They may be able to better assist than your PCP, since they specialize in OB/GYN.View Thread
Everyone has their own reservations about becoming a mother - some more unique or extreme than others. And there are some women out there who just aren't "made" to have children (my sister is one of them).
And there is nothing wrong with that, but you need to sit down and talk with your boyfriend about this before you discover that you simply do not want children - it could be a major deal breaker for him.
Do you want children at all? Is it just being pregnant and the immediate years following (breastfeeding, etc) that freak you out? Perhaps adoption (or even surrogacy) would be a better option for you and your boyfriend. But like I said, this is something that you and him (and perhaps a professional) need to figure out. I would suggest you speak with a professional who is better suited to help you sort out these issues.
Tylenol is what my OB said is okay. He said to stay away from Ibuprofen if possible.
General anesthesia is NOT okay. Dentists (and OB's) say to wait until the 2nd trimester before continuing dental work. Some dentists (like mine) require a not from the OB stating it is okay for the patient to recieve dental care.
I had a tooth pulled a couple months ago and all I was able to get was novacain - no general.
So, your daughter definitely needs to let her denist know she is pregnant - she will probably have to delay the surgery until she is out of the 1st trimester. And she needs to let her OB know that she has dental work pending so they can review what is and isnt okay.View Thread
Please remove your caps lock as it appears you are shouting via the internet
Have you taken a home pregnancy test? That should be your first step after a missed period. And if you are, you would need to get some kind of prenatal care so you would eventually need to see a doctor.
Also, you do not need insurance to see a doctor, you would just pay out of pocket for your visit.
Of course women of all sizes can get pregnant - unless there is an underlying issue preventing her from doing so.
Pregnant women can get colds, just like anyone else. The only problem is there really isn't anything we can take to ease symptoms (except for plain old Tylenol).
With all due respect, you seem very uneducated about pregnancy. This is a great site to learn about the ins and outs - I would suggest taking a tour of the pregnancy related articles available on this site and perhaps speaking with a couple female family members who have been through pregnancy.
I don't understand what you are wanting help for? Your blood test came back positive and the urine test came back negative, correct? (As of today) this was over 3 weeks ago, correct? Did you have a missed period? What is the doctor telling you?View Thread