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    You are not the only one! Got a positive at 5 weeks (deep line) had really violent all day sickness then as soon as I reached 7 weeks my sickness suddenly disappeared also so have my sore swollen boobs. I'm 7+3 today & just took another test- the result is fainter than my 5 week test. Dating scan not for another 8 days. I'm so scared...does this mean I am going to miscarry???

    Any replies would be much appreciated.

    Thank-you x

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahkil86 View Post
    You are not the only one! Got a positive at 5 weeks (deep line) had really violent all day sickness then as soon as I reached 7 weeks my sickness suddenly disappeared also so have my sore swollen boobs. I'm 7+3 today & just took another test- the result is fainter than my 5 week test. Dating scan not for another 8 days. I'm so scared...does this mean I am going to miscarry???

    Any replies would be much appreciated.

    Thank-you x
    I am not sure! As this is my first I have no idea what to expect! Can you get an early scan? I'm sure if the test is getting fainter they would like to test you earlier!
    That is alarming. I think maybe I should do a test aswell and see how mine turns out. Then I can compare.
    Keep your chin up and stay positive because stress can have an adverse affect


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    I would take that one to the GP.

    You can check how the blood level of HCG (the hormone that makes the pee test line) is rising. It's not precise, but if you get levels checked at least 48 hours apart it should be rising.

    Pee tests lose accuracy as the hormone rises.

    Good luck!

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    hi girls,
    Another major worrier here...
    Our DS (not so darling at the moment haha) is 2.5yrs and was a "wonderful accident" that happened without us doing anything... at the time i didnt even know how long my cycle was and was so niave to the trials and tribulations of trying to concieve.
    What a shock when it took us agggeeesss to concieve #2!
    I had a MC at 6 weeks in May and am currently 6w2days with this little Gem.
    Had a light red bleed on sun (at 6 weeks, exactly the same as last time) and figured that was it, all over red rover BUT the bleed only lasted about an hour and i am still definately feeling pregnant today!
    Had my 1st blood test yesterday and another tomorrow to determine if hcg is rising and am waiting for my scan on fri. When i booked it yesterday i was thinking "ahhh friday isnt far ill be fine waiting" HA! every little ache and niggle has me querying things!
    Currenlty obsessing that the pain on my right side could be a sign of an ectopic. hoping its just stretching pains.
    BRING ON FRIDAY!!!

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    Hey there

    ill add myself to this list also.
    Recently found on that I am currently 7 weeks pregnant.

    Paranoid is not the word, I am terrified that I am doing something wrong.
    i have a scan on Wednesday 6th it feels like it's forever away.
    so worried that it won't pick up anything in the scan.

    this is my first time being pregnant so I am worrying myself into something going wrong.

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    My anxiety remains, tolerating it better with each day forward.

    This week's dietary indiscretions (all accidental)
    - ate a huge serve of swordfish (mercury be damned!)
    - put wine into a pasta sauce
    - velvet, luxurious runny egg yolk and hollandaise

    Each associated with a freak-out!

    Good luck tomorrow Tarly.

    Em.

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    And then....in a day of blood and tears and enormous sadness, it was all over.

    Best of luck ladies.

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    I'm so sorry Emily. Huge hugs are being sent your way. xxxxxxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emily75 View Post
    And then....in a day of blood and tears and enormous sadness, it was all over.

    Best of luck ladies.
    I am so sorry to hear that Emily. All the best. Big hugs xx Sent

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    Very sorry Emily. I just want to make it clear there was nothing you did wrong. Runny eggs makes you sick (you're more susceptible to salmonella), not miscarry. The alcohol would have boiled off in a pasta sauce. Mercury is a culminative effect, one serve doesn't hurt.

    It's not because you're over weight either, it's just one of those things. Though after 2 years maybe its time to seek assistance, your body might be doing something that prevents pregnancy that can be controlled with drugs.

    Best of luck for the future

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