Ob Gyne S

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sandra_rivera20 - October 11

hi i just wanted to know if your ob gyn is the one to do the testing or your regular doctor you see i have had 3 m/c and my ob told me to check with my doctor so i went to my regular doctor and she told me no the ob should be doing that so then i made another appt with him and it's a clinic where my doctor is at and the first thing they do is take urine from you so because i wasen't preg when they called me to the back the nurse goes what r u here for i said i told her why to find out why i keep m/c so the doc comes in and goes well you r going to have to go to the web and find a hospital near u that has an endocronology reproductive clinic and go to them and everyone i have called require a referal now i am 6 weeks preg and by looking on line i found out about the aspirin so i started taking them i figured it can't hurt

 

pba74 - October 11

sandra - I'm not an expert, but I just got back from my obgyn and she is doing the testing. She told me that doctors should be doing testing after two miscarriages in a row or two in a lifetime. My new doctor - the one I saw today for the first time - is the one who is doing my testing. In fact, they started b/w today and I go in Monday for an u/s. As for the baby aspirin, I would check with your doctor because not everyone who has m/cs need to take it...it is a blood thinner. When did you go to the doctor? Were you pregnant when you went? I would think your OB would know your history and would be monitoring you. I wish you the best of luck!

 

ChattyKathy - October 11

You shouldn't be taking asprin unless your doctor tells you to. Asprin is for women with clotting disorders. If you are a normal female, it can make your blood too think and be harmful to the baby.

 

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