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If you were my patient, I would advise you that many of the above remedies are excellent, and I don't see any that would be harmful. My personal favorites are Miralax (don't take Immodium that is for diarrhea)
and Colace. Both medications pass right through and are not absorbed, therefore, healthy for both mom and baby.
I have one question. I'm pregnant for 7 weeks and i started blooding yesterday. They send me to do the BTHCG analisys and now i have to wait. I'm not bloding like i have menstruation but I'm scared. I want to know your opinions how serious is it...
-last week the doctor didn't see the baby just the place of baby (sory for my lenguage, i'm not good in it)
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