5 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I missed my period 5 days back and gone through a test which was positive so when should i consult doctor and what shoud be done for normal delivery

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Answer: Hi! first of all congratulations! if the test is positive and you should consult a Doctor now but the first ultrasound of the viability test will happen between 7 to 9 weeks of pregnancy and getting mentally prepared fr C-Section is important..Do not panic or get anxious unnecessarily, going for the regular check ups, taking a full fruit and egg daily to get nutrients will help.. Do your daily household chores without much straining walk slow for 30 min or do yoga under supervision of trainers.. Avoid stress...be relaxed happy and positive abt yourself.. Hope this helps!
Answer: Hi dear, consult a gynaecologist immediately so that folic acid tablet will be prescribed by them... Normal delivery you can worry after 5 months and take steps for that
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