Hello all, I am posting this for a friend who has been TTC for many years.
Over the past week she has taken 3 HPT, all of which came out positive.
Today she went to her OBGYN, who did a test but said the results were very light. Then proceeded to tell her she was almost 5 weeks.
Anyone every been told this before? Is it because she is still early in her pregnancy? Now my friend is very nervous. My OBGYN didnt see me until I reached atleast 8 weeks as other people I know where the same.
Hello everyone. I am about 7 weeks pregnat, I go next week for my 1st doctors appointment. Has anyone out there been this far along and had no symptoms of pregnancy or barley any? I have been more tired then normal, and peeing a lot. No morning sickness, I did have breast tenderness a few weeks back but nothing now. I have taken a few HPT on different days and at different times, all are positive so I doubt they all can be wrong. I am just afraid I am going to go to the doctore next week and be told I am not pregnant. Any advice? Thanks in advance.View Thread
I am about 7 weeks along, go to the dr next week for my 1st visit. I haven't had any morning sickness or any other signs I am pregnant except feeling more tired then normal. I am scared when I go next week to be told I am not pregnant. I've taken several test at diffrent times and days so I doubt they all can be wrong. Other pregnant friends are telling me be thankful. I hope your sickness passes and have a wonderful pregnancy.View Thread
Hello everyone? I am about 7 weeks pregnant (go to the dr next week to confirm) and I do not feel much at all like I am. Maybe its just luck but its very nerve racking. I am more tired then normal. My breast did feel sensative the first week maybe 2,but now feel fine. I havent been feeling sick either. I've taken a few HPT (at diffrent times and days) and all are positve. I am just afraid I am going to be told by the doctor I am not pregnant. I know that it would be very rare to take so many home test and they all be wrong, but shouldn't I be feeling something other then tired? Has anyone gone though their pregnancy with no feelings of being pregnant? Thanks in advance.View Thread
Thank you Everyone for your posts and sharing information with me. I did take another test this morning, I officially will agree that I am pregnant. The 2nd line is appearing so much faster. I am so excited that I am not even sure I could find the words to express it. 2011 is looking to be off to a great start already. Although, I haven't told a single person yet, I will wait until after my doctors appointment in 2 weeks.
Ourbaby09/11 my last period was 11/29/10 so according to the webmd due date calculater I am looking at September for a due date. As for the prenatal I've been taking it is a chewable w 800 mcg of folic acid which I found at Walmart. I have a lap band so I am limited on what I can take and also finding information on other lab band pregnancys has been a challenge so far . The cramping I was feeling over the past few days has been very slight today, only noticed it maybe 2 or 3 times though out the day.
Once I go to the doctor I will post to this post what she says. Thank you all so much.
**I wish you all happy heathy pregnancys if you are pregnant. I send you great wishes if you are trying to get pregnant. And of course a very happy, heathly 2011. (I've posted with my name this time TeriP10))**View Thread
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