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    Info needed about having a CT scan while 11 weeks pregnant
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    An_245994 posted:
    I need help...I had a CT scan of my abdomen/pelvis and found out I am pregnant( 11 weeks). Does anyone really know the risks. I have read and heard horrible things. I go tomorrow to see my OB but just need some info.
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    An_242764 responded:
    What did your OB say? My sister-in-law is a nurse and she said that ct scans are ok when pregnant but an ER doctor said they weren't so I don't know who to believe.


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