Planning for pregnancy

Question: Pregnancy me first ultrasound kb kraya jata he. Mera 7th week chal rha he but abi tak doctor ne ultrasound k liye nhi bola he. Plz tell me

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Answer: Usually 8th week me kraya jata h. Apne doctor se directly puchiye ultrasound ki date ki liye.
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    Manisha Syal970 days ago

    Meri doctor bhaut khadus type he. Kuch pucho to thik se jbab nhi deti to muje puchne ka man nhi krta fir

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    O Sharma969 days ago

    Ap ke jaan pehchan me agar koi aur gynae ho ya kisi relative ya friend ki. Jaan pehchan ka ho to unhe dikhaye kyuki agar ap apni doctor se comfortable nai h ap kase apne 9 mahine bhar. Ki. Doubts clear krenge

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