Sorry about your loss. I worked with two ladies that got pregnant about the same time. One got a flu shot, the other didn't. Unfortunately the one that did get the flu shot miscarried. She told me her doctor was insistent on getting the vaccination. The one that did not get the flu shot, her doctor insisted on NOT getting the vaccination. As a nurse, I'm not for flu vaccines. I will keep you in my thoughts.View Thread
My DH and I are finally trying to conceive. All of this is new to me, so don't mind me! I ovulated on day 16-17 (+OPK on the 14th). I am regular every 28 days. On day 29, I started to have brown bleeding, enough for a liner (tmi, I apologize), then 3 days later I had heavy bright red bleeding needing a pad, which stopped within two days. I did not have any of my usual PMS symptoms. As far as pregnancy symptoms, I've had sore breasts and increase in thirst, which could all be in my head. I saw my MD and said it was most likely an early period due to stress (I'm in a master's program and work has been annoying me). Anyone else have/had a similar situation. If you had the same situation, did you have a healthy pregnancy and when did you test?
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