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I was 6 days late for my periods. I did Pregnancy test with Prega news and it comes to be positive. I want to concieve. How should I follow up now? Whether, I go to consult a doctor first or should I go for proper pregnancy report?
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Hello, You should better consult a obstetrician in person and follow the suggestions for a healthy pregnancy. Eat a healthy diet, drink lots of water, take enough rest, take regular supplements for the well-being of your baby and yourself. Maintain regular follow-ups with your obstetrician and timely antenatal checkups are a must.
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Confirm your pregnancy by doing pregnancy test in laboratory.consult a gynaecologist and follow their advice as your child is precious .
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Hello....... Urine pregnancy test is almost confirmatory.. If you want you can also do blood test for pregnancy.. You can consult doctor now or after few days.. Doctor will order for blood examination and ultrasound investigation, may prescribe iron tablets depending on your report.
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