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    Default When to go to the GP after BFP?

    Hi,
    Its 4 weeks since my LMP and I’ve got BFP’s the last 3 days. When should I book in with my GP to confirm the pregnancy? Is it still too early?

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    With both i waited a week till lines had gone nice and dark. Between dd and ds i had a chem and early mc neither progressed enough and by the time id decided to book gp appointment id lost both. I know everyone else is different i was just so nervous to book. As soon as id seen gp and had bloods i booked ob straight away before even had dating scans

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    I never actually had a gp confirm them, they just trusted I had a bfp. But yeah you’ll need to book a gp visit for next week or week after anyway to get the ball rolling with scan and blood forms and work out if you’re going public , private or doing shared care with gp


 

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