Our expert says:
Congratulations - great news! You have to make an appointment with your GP - he needs to do a few blood tests, check your urine and bloodpressure, and prescribe vitamins and supplements for you. Then you need to make an appointment at a gyne for a follow up examination as one usually waits a few weeks to get in. You need to tell the gyne about your health history so that they know what possible problems to look out for. See also
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