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Why do you think you are not getting pregnant ?

Infertile couples who come to me for a consultation often bring fat files stuffed with their medical records. These contain copies of their...

How to make better medical decisions - a guide for doctors

Physicians do get things wrong, remarkably often. Studies have shown that up to one in five patients are...

How patients can contribute to improving medical care

The NYTimes website has a great article called - Why Doctors Need Stories ...

Is Facebook exploiting young women by paying for their egg freezing ?

I was very impressed by the recent news that Facebook and Apple   have agreed to pay for egg freezing for their employees. I thought this...

The embryo scope as a marketing gimmick

 Most doctors unfortunately are quite happy to take advantage of the fact that patients are dazzled by medical technology. They are easily...

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Apr 20 2011 by faubus2011
I am 23 years old. I just found out I am pregnant. I went into the hospital on April 14th and they said my hCG levels were at 25. Well I went back in on April 18th for another blood test and this time it came back 219. I just had my IUD (Merina) taken out on March 23rd. I was wondering if there was anyway to figure out by those number in that period of time if I am having twins.
 
Mar 06 2011 by eljay12
im a 44 yr old female, ive been suffering with these symptoms for a while but get no answers from my doctor- abdominal pain, sometimes sharp, nausea,bloatedness,needing to pee more often, headaches,insomnia, extreme tiredness,feeling full much quicker than normal, weight gain,severe neck ache, frozen shoulder- had for 2 yrs then went away, came back 2 mnths later, joint pain,feeling of sharp pains in many parts of body, quick pain then goes away
 
Dec 08 2010 by khan shirin
plz doctor let me know, It is possible to get pregnant with having one patent fallopian tube having HSG test positive and also having ovarian cyst in both left and right ovaries. 
 

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