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My wife is pregnant for first time and its been 4 weeks now. We conformed pregnancy using the kit available at medical shop. When we have to visit a gynecologist ? What questions we have to ask ? Do we need to do any scan / xray ? Need suggestions. Please help
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hello, firstly, congratulations for a positive pregnancy test. you can visit a gynecologist right now and get basic blood tests for a healthy pregnancy and maintain regular follow-ups with your doctor. Wish you luck!
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Hi. Congratulations. As your pregnancy test positive , need to do certain blood tests which r basic like rubella, toxo, blood group, hemoglobin electrophoresis, tsh , cbc and urine etc.then you can do ultrasound  tvs for cardiac activity after 6wks of preg. Take folic acid and meet gyn so that she will tell everything about food etc .
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you should consult Gynaecologist personally.
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Dear Practo user, Usually, the Obstetrician himself/herself will guide you regarding your condition. Listen to the Obstetrician and answer to the questions asked. You can enquire regarding  diet, exercise, rest etc
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