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    Hloktieluvr posted:
    just found out i am pregnant dont know a sure date of how long i am my last full cycle was july 10... was in a car accident 8/11/11 and had bleeding for 2 days after, didnt think i was pregnant at all so i assumed it was my cycle and it was short due to the stress and anxiety from the accident! i had xrays and mri done including medication loratab and anti inflammatory pills which i have of course stopped. my question is what are the risks of everything ive been through, will it of harmed the fetus already with all the exposure and medications? any and all advice will be great
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hloktieluvr -

    Stress and anxiety is no fun. Why don't you make an appointment with your ob/gyn? Get a check up, ask questions and get the answers you need!

    Best of luck to you -

    Haylen


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