If you were my patient, I would have to tell you that chances are extremely high that you will miscarry. It is certainly fine to follow blood tests and ultrasounds. There is no need for a d&c even in the event of a miscarriage, although I often recommend them just because the alternative is sometimes quite unpleasant.
I would say that is very remote...
If you were my patient, I would first tell you to kiss and hug the baby you have! Many many couples don't ever get any kids, so count your blessings.
It sounds like you are already well aware of this and counting them!
My next recommendation is to go directly to a RE. At your age it is odd
that your FSH and AMH results are what they are, but given...
If you were my patient, I would advise you that you should take a pregnancy test, and also visit your doctor. The irregular bleeding that is prolonged and heavy suggests that you may have a build up of tissue within the uterus, and may need some progesterone to help get you back on track.
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I'm sorry for the delay in the answer (I have had some medical problems recently) If you were my patient, I would advise you that I am concerned about two different possibilities, the first would be in grown hair follicles. These can commonly result from shaving in that area. They are infected hairs and will develop lesions similar to large pimples...
If you were my patient, I would advise you that you are at risk for pregnancy.
I would recommend that you use emergency contraception (Plan B, Next Choice) etc. if the encounter was less than 120 hours ago.
IF NOT remember for next time. I would advise you to wait to see if your period is delayed or absent before checking a pregnancy test,
If you were my patient, I would advise you that you really should go and get an ear exam. You could go to a walk in clinic and the charge would be minimal. I would not risk my hearing for a few dollars!
If you came to see me, I would examine the ear looking especially for cerumen (wax) if it was present, we could irrigate the ear, or even both ears.
If you were my patient, I would advise you to come in for an exam. There are so many different things that this could be. The most serious one would be torsion (or twisting) of the left ovary, and that is what I would want to look for. The most common thing that could cause this is constipation which is extremely common in pregnancy and could cause some...
If you were my patient, I would advise you that "pulling out" works fairly well as a birth control method, but it certainly is nowhere close to being 100% protective--more likely 60-80%. IF you don't mind pregnancy too much, you could continue to use this method, but I would definitely suggest using condoms too, or even something like an I...
If you were my patient, I would advise you that urine pregnancy tests are extremely reliable these days and only on a very rare occasion do we find a discrepancy between the blood and urine tests.
At the age of 40 and beyond , it becomes increasingly common to miss periods. What is happening in most cases is that your older (sorry) ovaries are "losi...
If you were my patient, I would advise you that your period certainly doesn't sound typical. I would suggest repeating the pregnancy test in a week, and if negative, you could wait to see what your next cycle would bring.
If you DO have a normal period, I would suggest simple observation.
If your period is unusual again, I would suggest calling your...
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