hi i really need some help and encourgement i have been ttc on and off for a year now. so i thought there was a chance i was pg but i have been waiting on my period. i went on a walk this morning with a friend and came back and noticed aunt flo came but there some little clots that i passed off as normal. then i went back and had some more and really bad cramping then started. i took a nap then woke up to clots and alot of tissue like stuff on my pad it was off whitish (tmi sry) and kinda big (bigger than a quarter) and heavy. was this an early mc? if so what do i do now? and how do i deal with it im about to be home alone all night and i cant stop cryingView Thread
thanks and i have talked to my ob. but i cant afford a hpt to see or to drive there right now until we get paid on the first. she said if it is a mc the test will be positive. but said this could be a really weird period and different clotting since i took a test this past weekend and was negative. i dont know who to believe the professional or my gut instinct. im trying to not let this get me down and i want to still ttc. and i am so sry about ur mc, i now know what other people feel like also esp when you really want a childView Thread
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