Our expert says:
Have you spoken to the gyne - if not, ask to speak to him directly? If you have any signs of vaginal bleeding, swelling of the stomach, dizziness, nausea or persistent pain you should rather see your Gyne or GP for a follow up examination. These could be signs of an ectopic pregnancy.
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