Yes. If you are far enough along that the uterus is enlarged. But that is not the best way to diagnose a pregnancy and there is no reason to do a pelvic exam in early pregnancy.
There is no point in doing a pelvic exam at 5 weeks. A sonogram will show if you are pregnant.
A bi-manual exam IS a pelvic exam and there is no reason for a doctor to do one just to check if you are pregnant. An ultrasound will show far more than a pelvic esam ever could.
Sure.....with a pelvic exam a doctor can tell you whether you are pregnant as early as 6 weeks by checking the size of the uterus, tubes as well as a bluish tinge on your cervix
Pregnancy testing is not affected by pelvic inflammatory disease . A pregnancy test will still work, so your doctor can tell if you're pregnant.
well a doctor can tell my doing a pelvic exam rather or not you have had a child.
You dont need to, tell him you need a well woman exam. You can get a well woman exam from your ob-gyn once a year and it is usually free. Tell your doctor you want a pelvic exam once you get in the room. (say well woman on the phone so they know not to charge you). Good doctors will give you a pelvic exam even if you dont ask.
Depends on the posterior rehabilitation. Only a doctor can tell you that, after detailed exams.
A pelvic exam can't determine if you have had sexual contact. It can tell if your hymen is intact, but that doesn't dtermine if you've had sex.
Normally urine test is common practice to know pregnancy not so early. at least 20 to 30 days needed that is after missing period. Pelvic examination may not be the best method. BUT self can under stand the situation with her severe abdominal pain after formation of zygote
It means your hormones are wacky and your ovaries released an egg early. Still, you might want to tell your doctor so he or she can do a pelvic exam or a pap smear.
No scarier than any other medical procedure. If you dont understand what the doctor is doing, ask him. The first pelvic exam for any young woman is certainly scary. To put your mind at rest go onto: www.google.com Type in: What is the procedure for a pelvic exam It will tell you everything there is to know. It's painless and takes approximately 5 minutes out of your time. Nothing to be afraid of and if you are embarrassed realize that your doctor has seen approximately 30 - 50 women in that given month for the same thing you are going to have done.
A doctor can tell by two weeks.
yes. they will do a cervical exam.
Most of the times, an over the counter pregnancy test will tell you if you are pregnant. If not, go to your local doctor and they can tell by your hormones if you are pregnant or not.
Yes you can, but you have to tell your doctor.
Yes. Through an ultrasound and information such as when your last period was, your doctor can tell you.
The doctor knows you're pregnant by taking a blood test, long before he/she palps your stomach. That doesn't tell whether you're pregnant, only that there is swelling there.
he sure can, he can also tell you how far you are too
your doctor or pharmacy-both have tests which will tell you if you are pregnant.
They do a blood or urine test to find the hormones that indicate you are pregnant
No you cannot tell if you're pregnant this soon, unless you see your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
If you were into the second trimester, the doctor would be able to feel your uterus as it grew up past the pelvic bone at 12 weeks, 1 cm higher every week. After the miscarriage your uterus would shrink back to your pre-pregnant size below the pelvic bone, this is the only thing he would know by pressing on your tummy.
when the doctor tell`s you or the girl your with,that she is Pregnant,it means that she has your baby,inside of her ;) she is with a baby :)