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I am new to this forum.
I got a faint postitive BFP this morning which came as a huge surprise. I already have two wonderful children but wanted a third later on.
I would normally be over the moon but I am beside myself worried. I have PCOS and I thought I was having a bad cycle it was long and had spotting and I thought I was not going to ovulate. As that is what normally happens when my cycle goes like this.
Over Christmas I drank and ate all the wrong things. I did a pregnancy test before doing this and it was negative so I thought I had the all clear. Silly I know. I had a lot of alcohol, pate, fetta cheese etc, it makes me sick thinking about it. And I have been eating so much junk etc.
I now don't know what to do, I want this baby but firmly believe in giving my children the best start in life. And this is most definately not it.
Help and Advice would be much appreciated but no attacks about how silly I am please, I already know :gloomy: . I am going to book into GP ASAP and retest tomorrow.
Aww luvvy. no stress. I was TTC and tested at 5 weeks, negative, w ent to a friend's birthday party, drank like a fish (craving stolis - should've been my first clue) then did another test a week later.. :bfp: :eek:
I did a lot of reading and found out that there's no harm, no foul that young, in fact MANY baby's go through that.
Cobey is a haapy, healthy and bright 5 month old, rwaching all his milestones (even a bit early on some) :)
Thanks for that Seekrit, I think I would feel better if I could work out conception date. Would you mind me asking what reading you did?
just googling really, and I asked my doctor - and a few middies :)
Just bumping this up, because I am still a ball of stress!
oh i feel for you as i felt like that with my 3rd also but would be such a bad thing if you were going to have another one anyway but still its still a shock .....:eek: me and dp want another one but he wants to wait 5 yrs as that is what gap between all the kids are but i want it sooner maybe try in 18mths but if was to happen any early im sure we would be ok with it as we were pregs in sept oct but we lost it :crying:
I spent five weeks eating and drinking my way through Europe (cheese, wine, cheap spirits etc) with no idea I had conceived three weeks earlier. It was our belated honeymoon and the first holiday we'd had in years so we were living a little.
I'd also taken aspirin before each flight and been sick as a dog and given 'something' by an Italian pharmcist that knocked me out for two days. I still have no idea what it was.
I was panic striken when I found out I was pregnant because I thought I'd done a lot of damage to my baby. My doctor assured me things would be fine as it wasn't normal, everyday behaviour.
My doctor was right and our son is extremely healthy and has met all milestones.
I just tell people he'll have a fine appreciation of good Italian and French wine when he's older:D .
Thanks for the replies everyone, it has made me feel a bit better. I just need to go the Dr now and get the whole exciting pregnancy process rolling. And take things as they come.
Angelickaren, good luck in conceiving again when you guys are ready :hugs:
i drank and ate all the wrong foods before i knew ds1 was on his way lol i was woried i might have deforemd him in some way but he seems normal...:rolleyes: (stares at a ds1 with a saucepan on his head lol)
ds2 is fine after cravings of sushi and lots of mars bars lol
hey all lol... this tread makes me smile beacuse i was exactly the same... i stressed for weeks with a huge cloud of guilt over me because i fell pregnant on a holiday away with my partner three weeks after my 18th birthday... i basically had a 13 day bender and then drank all of our holiday and had been partying hard for about 6 weeks till i suddenly went of drinking... took a test and you guessed it... knocked up! lol... but we're very grateful to have a beautiful healthy little girl growing perfectly on time... lots of people do things we 'shouldnt' before they find out... so hopefully my 18th celebrations havent harmed her... doctor thinks she's perfect. lol... and mummy n daddy do too!
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