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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    You don't need a scan at 7-8 weeks unless there is a clinical indication. I am having one because I had an ectopic, and am at risk of other, so it needs to be excluded about 7 weeks, else it can cause life-threatening bleeding. With my first pregnancy, I only had a 12-week scan.
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    Thanks J. It just seems everyone I know has had a date scan. I'll just sit tight and do as I'm told 😃

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    Good luck ToniS

    Yay Tormy!! Fx this is the cycle for you then!!!

    Rainbow - how exciting choosing, must be starting to feel real now!!

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    I'm with you Smurfy... Feel like I'll be the last... But then every few weeks we get a few more newbies to keep us company and we can be full of wisdom when they need it the most

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybee baybee View Post
    Thanks. I tried to be vague and say 4 or 5weeks. And said I was due between 19-24 June. Guess I'll wait and see what happens at apt.
    Good idea. Go to a GP who doesn't really know you, and say you have no idea of your LMP. Voila...dating scan. Bit naughty though!

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    Good idea. Go to a GP who doesn't really know you, and say you have no idea of your LMP. Voila...dating scan. Bit naughty though!
    Thanks J. I'm seeing a brand new gp so maybe I can lie a little bit... But might be harder as I was taking clomid so know exactly when my lmp was. Does she need to know I was on clomid?

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    Maybe baybee- I would definately lie a bit about being confused with dates and push for a dating scan. If not can you pay for one privately?

    J- please can I ask what your medical view is about my blood test results from today please? Posted them earlier but the levels were HCG 3.2 and Progesterone 54 at 10dpo. HCG too low to turn into anything do you think? Thanks. I am still stressing out and got these aches/twinges all the time which are not the norm!

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    I'm with you Smurfy... Feel like I'll be the last... But then every few weeks we get a few more newbies to keep us company and we can be full of wisdom when they need it the most
    I wanted to be one of the people that fell pregnant straight off the pill, not someone that's done this too many months and is becoming knowledgeable. Ah well, I'm sure our turn is coming

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    Hopefully this is your year Tormy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybee baybee View Post
    Thanks J. I'm seeing a brand new gp so maybe I can lie a little bit... But might be harder as I was taking clomid so know exactly when my lmp was. Does she need to know I was on clomid?
    Maybe omit that part


 

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