my fiance and i have been trying to conceive now for six months.
at the beginning of the month i took a hpt and it came out positive.
i then went to the doc, and the blood test came back negative.
however, i'm late for my period, my last was on oct 6th.
i menstruated on aug 17 , but not at all in sept.
this is the same scenario almost exactly with my son , three years ago.
the hpt came out positive. the blood test was negative, and a couple weeks later another blood test told me i was almost 9 weeks pregnant.
however since then, ive been through surgeries such as cist removal from my right ovary, appendectomy, and a biopsy for which i have no idea for what .. which is why im currently seeking a new doctor as well.
just kinda nervous, confused... is this normal ? could i be pregnant ? any advice ?View Thread
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