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Hello ladies! I was just classified a high risk pregnancy by my doctor. I am only 6 weeks 2 days and she said from my first U/S that the baby is implanted very low in the uterus and that I need to take several precautions - no physical exertion, no excessive walking, no stairs, no DTD, and no lifting.
I cant really find very much information online about this so I was wondering if anyone on here had any experience or advice. I would have asked my doctor more questions I think but I was a little surprised. My doctor has also thrown around the loose possibility that it may be twins - based on my blood work numbers and a few other signs she saw that she did not seem to want to discuss with me yet.
My next U/S is Tuesday when i will be at 7 weeks.
Thank you *Kiliki* for the amazing siggy!!