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    Welcome Amandale

    I dont really have any stories / information to share; sorry about your m/c , i have also had a m/c approx. 4 weeks ago. As you can probably see by my signature DH and I are also in our mid twenties and we are ttc #2.

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    Im not feeling well today, sore throat, coughing like a trooper and so so tired i wish i could have stayed at home wrapped up in my nice warm bed. Even the guys are work reckon i look sick...which doesnt happen very often coz i work with all males and they dont usually take that much notice

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    Sorry hope I can't see anything either
    Fingers crossed for a bfp when you test again!

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    Welcome Amandale

    I don't have any advice either sorry
    Goodluck and hope you get a bfp soon

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    Had my drs appt today... What a waste of time!!!
    Explained everything that's been going on an then about the test (showed her the photos) she did say she could see a very faint line.
    Told her all my "symptoms"
    And all she said was it may be a chemical pregnancy or to early for a proper bfp and to wait a few days or preferably a week before testing again :/
    Or just wait until my af arrives.

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    Hi guys thanks for the replies I guess we will just keep trying and getting more information along the way good luck to you all. Lets hope we can all conceive this year !

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    Hi trying4,
    Did they offer you a blood test? that can usually detect a pregnant faster than a home pregnancy test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amandale1727 View Post
    Hi trying4,
    Did they offer you a blood test? that can usually detect a pregnant faster than a home pregnancy test.
    Nope I should of insisted for one :/ stupid me

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    Trying....yes sometimes drs aren't very helpful!

    Where are you located?

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    Hi Amanda,

    I am not really in the 2ww anymore but I hoping these girls join me in the bfp group soon.

    I can't really offer any advice I'm sorry


 

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