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Pregnancy is the term used to describe when a woman has a growing fetus inside of her. In most cases, the fetus grows in the uterus. Human pregnancy lasts about 40 weeks, or just more than 9 months, from the start of the last menstrual period to childbirth. The primary sign of pregnancy is missing one or more consecutive menstrual periods. However, because many women experience menstrual irregularities that may cause missed periods, women who miss a period should see their health care provider to find out whether they are pregnant or whether there is another health problem. Symptoms of pregnancy may include: Nausea or vomiting, morning sickness; Sore breasts or nipples; Fatigue; Headaches; Food cravings or aversions; Mood swings; Frequent urination; A pregnancy test is the best way to determine if you are pregnant. Home pregnancy test kits are available over-the-counter and are considered highly accurate. A health care provider can also do a pregnancy test.


Laboratory Test Procedures:

loss of appetite
craving to eat unusual non-food substances such as ice or dirt
bloating of the abdomen with fluid
tender breasts
basal body temperature stays high
muscle spasms
change in menstrual cycles
frequent urination
behavioral and emotional changes
pain in the lower back

T3 Uptake
Immature Granulocyte %
ESR - Sed Rate
Direct Bilirubin
IGF-1 Insulin-like Growth Factor-1
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