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Hello, so i found out 3 days ago that i'm pregnant. I'm ecstatic but worried cuz on the 30 i had 4 tailbone xrays done. If my calculations r correct conception was on or around the 24 of july. So technically i was 6 days pregnant. I'm so scared of the effects, plzs of anybody has info or went thro something similar, id app any comment. Thxs!
I do understand your concern about radiation exposure. As mentioned from the other post, it is best that you see your obstetrician for proper estimation of the baby's age of gestation or to check with a medical radiation physicist to calculate baby's possible radiation exposure. Regular prenatal consult and intake of prenatal supplements are highly recommended. Take care and regards.
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