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Sorry I havnt been around its been busy.. i have been reading but not really posting. Sorry
Anyways just a little update.. I had an OB appt eyesterday .. anyways it went good heard the hb.. but before i left she was looking at my chart and goes "Oh yea we found that you had a bacterial vaginal infection during your pap" MY PAP WAS LIKE 5 weeks ago!!!!!!!!! Honestly its like she never checked it and then saw it was writen in the chart.. Mean while i am walking around for 5 weeks with this infection.. they just waited to tell me till my next appt..I dont like it. Anyways she prescribes me a medication that says all over it use with extreme caution during pregnancy .. I looked it up online and yes it is what they prescribe for this infection .. i guess the risk outways the risk of the infection...
Anyways.. thanks for listening.. I am glad everyone is doing good!
I had a similar exp, I had the pap test at my 8 wks appt and the result and prescription was given to me at the next appt at 12 wks, so 4 weeks apart. I think if it was something that required immediate treatment they would have called. Also it could be the reason they waited is because it's safer to take the medication during the 2nd trim than the
1st trim. I think it's actually a no no during 1st trim and use with caution in 2nd trim. The prescriptions main site said ok to use with caution after 10 wks.