my first preg i didnt know i was preg until i was well 12 weeks almost 13 weeks how i didnt know until then i have no clue i guess cause i took spotting for a period i guess well i would retest in a week or so and call make an apt to see ur doc so they could do a blood test hope this helpsView Thread
truth of the matter have gotten neauseous about a week before my period and discomfort and issues sleeping too for the week before my period i would wait if you havent gotten your period by the end of the month i would retest for pregnancy and maybe make an appt withyour doc to see if they could enlighten you on this maybe need a blood test to check your hormones and all hope this helpsView Thread
so on march 1st i had my first tb test in part of a 2 step for my new job and the results were read as negitive well today i go for the second one and i was told they would have said my first one would of been positive the girl who read my first one said it was negitive and that it was really irritated and it still looks almost the same as on monday when it was read well that one bumped up a real little bit and is red and that all started with in a few hours of getting it done also hurt like hell when the girl did it and there was a small bump from the shot itself and this time around theres nothign other then the mark from the needle no red ness no bump could it be possible to get a positive then a negitive i go back on monday morning for the reading just inside the 48 hour to 72 hour mark for the results im a little worried that maybe they read it wrong on monday and allView Thread
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