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    Yes - and I'd assume a gp could order it too.

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    I would start with your GP unless you have not have your 6 week appointment with you OB yet. If not, speak to your OB about it.

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    My GP has done one for me for free.

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    i'd definitely be getting tested, just for peace of mind/to be aware of any potential issues.

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    Yes, I would definitely get it done. I had it done a few months ago prior to my reversal surgery, my gyno ordered it. I've never been charged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I would start with your GP unless you have not have your 6 week appointment with you OB yet. If not, speak to your OB about it.
    I Haven't had it yet I figured whilst I'm there to have a quick chat

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    I Haven't had it yet I figured whilst I'm there to have a quick chat
    Slip it in during the contraception talk.


 

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