Well took another hpt the other day and it came back positive again. We are still trying not to get to excited about it, but I'm having a lot more symptoms this time around. I'm gonna try to get in to my doctor as soon as I can to see what's going on. Here's hoping, right?View Thread
My fiance and I lost our first baby. About 4 weeks ago, I passed the baby. Within the past week, I have been getting sick to my stomach, my back's been killing me, heartburn, and I can't seem to get enough sleep. About 3 days ago, I took a pregnancy test and it came back positive. I'm not sure if it might be reading the levels from the last pregnancy. Roughly 4 weeks before the baby passed, my levels were at 30. Shouldn't they have gone back to normal by now? So, I don't know if this is just a false positive or if it's the real thing. My fiance and I are trying not to get our hopes up. Could I really get pregnant this quickly after losing the other one? I'm in new territory here. I need some advice or reassurance or something...I just don't want to go through all this again.View Thread
vybe77- I'm sorry to hear about your losses too. My fiance and I talked about getting another home pregnancy test, but we wanted to wait about a week. I might pick one up on the way home though. Just to have it. The last time I was pregnant, I took 5 home tests before talking to my doctor. Though after the mc, I'm thinking about talking to her sooner this time. My fiance and I are really hoping that this really does mean my pregnant again, but he's scared that we're gonna mc agin. Him and his ex wife had 7 or 8 in the 6 years they were married. He did get 2 beautiful boys, but there was a lot of heartbreak too. If not for me, I don't want him to have to keep going through this. I'll post here in a few days after taking the next home test and let everyone know what the newest result is.View Thread
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