havent been on here in a while. So. some background. DD 2003. molar pregnancy 2005. DS 2007. 14 wk miscarriage 2008. Recently found out DH and I are pregnant with baby #3. LMP 2-10-12. Took SEVEN HPT. first 3 had the "lines." DH said he couldnt see them and that I was seeing what I wanted to see. Bought a digital. Said PREGNANT. went to DR today, his test said NEGATIVE. but went for blood test to confirm levels. Came RIGHT HOME, dropped a sample in a cup. Did another DIGITAL test, said PREGNANT. did a line test using same sample. said NEGATIVE. Now slightly spotting only when I wipe. Blood test could come back tomorrow or monday. what a wait. I guess I am prepping for a m/c but anyone been through this and turned out ok?View Thread
also should mention I have SOME signs or pregnancy. Breast tenderness and heavier. Nipples/areiola bigger and darker and im sleeping all the time. not to mention eating 5-6 times a day, compared to 2-3 and using bathroom every half hour compared to 3-4 times a day.View Thread
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