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Any English speaking gynaecologist in Locarno?

Hi all, I would like to know if there is female English speaking genicologist around Locarno that I can do contact with.
I am 26 days late, bought the pregnancy test n it shows 2 line, but at the same time found also blood inside right after taking the urine for the test.
Wanted to check better with the genicologist, found some online but they didn't speak English..
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Hi all, I would like to know if there is female English speaking genicologist around Locarno that I can do contact with.
I am 26 days late, bought the pregnancy test n it shows 2 line, but at the same time found also blood inside right after taking the urine for the test.
Wanted to check better with the genicologist, found some online but they didn't speak English..
Thanks
Can't offer advice on where to find a gynecologist but from my own experience I also panicked when I found a little bit of blood not long after I discovered I was pregnant and apparently a tiny amount is normal because it is where the embryo plants itself into the uterine wall which can cause a bit of bleeding. Sometimes it's not noticeable, sometimes it is.

Hopefully someone can come along and recommend you a doctor in your area.
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Can't offer advice on where to find a gynecologist but from my own experience I also panicked when I found a little bit of blood not long after I discovered I was pregnant and apparently a tiny amount is normal because it is where the embryo plants itself into the uterine wall which can cause a bit of bleeding. Sometimes it's not noticeable, sometimes it is.

Hopefully someone can come along and recommend you a doctor in your area.

Thank you, actually I was thinking the same that a tiny amount is normal.
The blood just come out a tiny yesterday, but inside there still some, just doesn't go out unless I clean it inside and today still there as well..
I feel mild nausea and mild pain around my waist also some strange sensation in my womb.
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Thank you, actually I was thinking the same that a tiny amount is normal.
The blood just come out a tiny yesterday, but inside there still some, just doesn't go out unless I clean it inside and today still there as well..
I feel mild nausea and mild pain around my waist also some strange sensation in my womb.
Maybe for the sake of the baby you should just try to contact any of the gynaecologists in your area rather than wait for a recommendation or find an English speaking one.

Better to get yourself seen to by a professional than to worry yourself about bleeding and pain. It's probably all normal but I'm sure you'll feel better if you hear it from a doctor.

You can always find a new one if you're not happy. Also, you might find that the doctors themselves speak good English, it's just the receptionists that struggle.
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Maybe for the sake of the baby you should just try to contact any of the gynaecologists in your area rather than wait for a recommendation or find an English speaking one.

Better to get yourself seen to by a professional than to worry yourself about bleeding and pain. It's probably all normal but I'm sure you'll feel better if you hear it from a doctor.

You can always find a new one if you're not happy. Also, you might find that the doctors themselves speak good English, it's just the receptionists that struggle.

Yes I sure will do, will ask my husband to find one near us here..

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Ask your GP for a recommendation perhaps? They should know of any who speak English.
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