I got my home preg test kit positive on 5th week. After 2 days, I started bleeding on which we immediately visit a gynec. She did a sonography and saw sac and said bleeding can be normal and I dont need to worry.
She gave me ethamsylate tablets (to stop bleeding), folic acid tablets, and progesterone capsule. My bleeding continued and something like blood clot also came out once. I used to feel nauseated atleast once in a day.
After 10 days I visited her again and she did sonography again but couldnt find the sac. She said that I miscarried and I dont need any further procedure as everything got "cleared".
I have a ray of hope and wanted to know whether anyone else have gone through similar problem?
Or is it possible that gynec would have misdiagonsed? Is it possible that sac might disappear but I still might be pregnant?View Thread
Hi ladies, I'm new here and I'm glad i found this forum after searching high n low for it. I was 41 when i got married to a guy i knew for 2 years n been TTC eversince. I'm 43 now. My story is a sad doom gloomy one.A few months after i got married, we went for a check-up in a government hospital in my country. We didn't know what those things such as FSH and other numbers mean so we asked the doctor to explain. The doctor scolded us because my FSH is very high and that whatever programme such IVF or etc she puts me on will not achieve success.We went home crying.I went to another doctor of private hospital and had my polyps removed from my uterus but he didn't touch any of my endometriosis cyst on my ovaries. And, yes he said my ovarian reserves are just too low and even the one or twoeggs I have is not good. He kept on pushing me to go for egg donation but we don't want that. No doctors want to help me. Now, I've taken more good food and nutrition, avoid preservatives and canned food and sodas, upped my vitamins, have never taken alcohol or smoked in my life.We've been praying everyday for a baby.I really don't know what else to do.My mother-in-law and brother-in-law have been pressurising my husband to divorce me because of my late age of TTC.My husband has low good sperm-count problem but his problem is not as bad as mine. According to doctors, he has only 2 years but I dont have any chance at all to have a baby of my own. Sometimes i wonder why i met the man of my life at this age. I had always wanted to get married at age 27 or 28 but couldnt find any.I dont tell anyone of our TTC problems because some people have negative thoughts about us such as I must have done something so bad in my life before. Not until i went online and saw a testimony of Prophetess Asheika Stewart. who help people in having there own baby's, i saw a lot of encouraging testimonies about her. I read a lot of good reviews about her online,this boosted my faith and i decided to contact her,and i ordered for her pills that she recommended. Surprisingly,i started having some feelings.. after about six weeks i went back to see my doctor, and he confirmed i am pregnant. Everything is working like a miracle, i am five month gone now, i want you all to pray with me so i can give birth like every other women. I am in a great and perfect condition, and if you want to contact this "natural doctor", you could get her via email firstname.lastname@example.orgView Thread
My last period was on June 19th. My husband and I had intercourse on the last day of my ovulation cycle (according to the web md ovulation calculator) on July 6. On July 16 &17 I had light bright red spotting then on July 19 & 20 I had dark brown spotting. I took a home pregnancy test on the 20th and it said negative. Was is too early to test? I have not started my period which was due today. I am afraid to get my hopes up and then find out that I am not pregnant.View Thread
I am on my 10th pregnancy! 3 miscarriages I have given birth 6 times. A 22 weeker (deceased) 25 weeker PrePROM at 22 weeks emergency csection at 25 weeks 38 weeker cerclage placed csection at 38 weeks 24 weeker stillborn due to infected cerclage 25 weeker PrePROM at 15 weeks (deceased) 36 weeker emergency csection due to nonreassuring heart rate cerclage and progesterone injections.
Now I am pregnant again and my doctors seems to think that I am going to 39 weeks. I don't think that will happen with 4 previous c section a clotting disorder and a incompetent cervix. I have a cerclage in place and I am getting the progesterone injections. Being realistic how far should I expect to get in this pregnancyView Thread
Im 8 weeks pregnant. I have been to the ER twice for pinkish discharge i have no cramping just the discharge. Im nervous cause i havent had a baby in 15 years (my daughter) everytime i go they say everything is ok not to worry it only happens when i hold my urine or early in the morning. I also was diagnosed with a retroverted uterus could me having the uterus problem be the cause of the pinkish discharge HELP...View Thread
I had my last period on June 3. July 3 I waited nothing happen! I am now 16 days over due and every test has been negative. I'm going to the doctor for a blood test on Monday. I have been cramping as if it was coming but nothing. Any adviceView Thread
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