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    A scan (if you get it done the same day) will be a faster way of finding out. You said you have another blood test on Tuesday right? That will tell you as well but obviously you have to wait for the results.

    I think it's ok to stay home tomorrow and see a dr, you've been through a lot and everything else will manage or be able to wait.

    Do you have anyone to talk to?

    Eta: I think meredithgrey suggestion is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    A scan (if you get it done the same day) will be a faster way of finding out. You said you have another blood test on Tuesday right? That will tell you as well but obviously you have to wait for the results.

    I think it's ok to stay home tomorrow and see a dr, you've been through a lot and everything else will manage or be able to wait.

    Do you have anyone to talk to?

    Unfortunately as I only work 2 days a week at this school and having already had 2 days off work due to a case of food poisoning at the end of Term 1, combined with the fact it was a public holiday today....I probably won't end up getting paid for it and I know my husband will not be pleased.

    I'd rather just do as you all say and get it checked out tomorrow rather than wait till Thursday when I have a day off. I probably won't be able to get the blood test tomorrow either if I have work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brimm View Post
    Unfortunately as I only work 2 days a week at this school and having already had 2 days off work due to a case of food poisoning at the end of Term 1, combined with the fact it was a public holiday today....I probably won't end up getting paid for it and I know my husband will not be pleased.

    I'd rather just do as you all say and get it checked out tomorrow rather than wait till Thursday when I have a day off. I probably won't be able to get the blood test tomorrow either if I have work.
    I say your husband should not be your first concern in this case. I hope you're ok x

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    Sorry you are going through this Brimm xx

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    Oh Brimm! How horrible for you!

    I'd try and go to ED tonight.

    You should look after you and Bub right now. Tell DH to get stuffed as you need medical attention. Given how long,it has been since your severe cramping, if its a missed miscarriage, its best to get some medical attention ASAP and not wait until Thursday.

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    I was so angry with my husband today that I told him "you are so extremely self centred and only think about yourself in every situation." He retorted back that I was the one who was self centred and slammed the door in my face. He wondered why I refused to talk to him most of the day. It was made even more difficult with the fact I live with his parents who were questioning why I was being so 'rude' to him.
    I'm just furious that he feels its okay to walk around the house with a huge smile on his face, humming songs and being all 'happy' without even bothering to ask me how I was feeling. Yes this probably mean's his life is now restored to the way he wants it but it just angers me that I feel like I chess piece in his life. Add to the fact I am already immensely stressed at the moment with 195 reports to write, didn't leave the house all long weekend except to work, have competitions in 2 weeks time for my business and a long list of extra work our principal has decided to throw at us before the end of Term. I'm also sick of listening to the parents at my business ***** and moan about how horrible their lives are when I am stuck living at my husbands parents place, with barely any money, a unsupportive husband and now this. Instead I stand there smiling and giving them reassurance that everything will work out and I am there for them. As you can all see I have just had enough!

    I think the whole kicking someone when they are down comes into play here. I still want to curl up into a ball most days and cry over my mum, but I put on a brave face and do what I have to do to live. OHHH and add to the fact I now have to take 2 parents (one with 4 kids) to court over unpaid tuition fees that add up to roughly $3,000 for one family and they are refusing to pay because they are 'going through a divorce'. Its weird too, I knew what they were going through so bought the kids chocolate boxes and little surprises each training to make them feel better. Instead of thanking me the parents have pulled their children from the program due to it 'being too hard with everything going on' and have become nasty pieces of work....2 weeks from competitions!

    Sorry, very much needed to just vent!

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    So your husband is more concerned with himself and having a man cold while you appear to be miscarrying, and won't be impressed at you not getting paid to have a day off???

    I'm sorry Brimm, but I'm heavily censoring myself by saying you really need to reassess this marriage. What defines us is not how we act when things are good. It's how we behave when our lives are going to sh*t. He sounds like a complete jerk. Sorry, but you deserve so much better than this

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    It's interesting when I went to the counselling session the counsellor said how impressed she was at my maturity and strength having been through everything I've gone through. I'd like to think I am strong but then again throw enough rocks at it I'm sure you'll start to see some cracks begin to appear! My husband can act like the world is ending when things don't go his way but when I'm upset its 'whatever.' How quickly he forgets what I've had to go through....

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    Sorry you are going through this now Brimm.
    When I had bleeding during my pregnancy at 5 & 8 weeks with ds I went to emergency and they were very helpful I had pathology and an ultrasound done right away if you change your mind and for peace of mind before Thursday maybe you could go there. Like a pp said any signs of clots, pain or a fever please go to hospital.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brimm View Post
    It's interesting when I went to the counselling session the counsellor said how impressed she was at my maturity and strength having been through everything I've gone through. I'd like to think I am strong but then again throw enough rocks at it I'm sure you'll start to see some cracks begin to appear! My husband can act like the world is ending when things don't go his way but when I'm upset its 'whatever.' How quickly he forgets what I've had to go through....
    He sounds like a total narcissist to me. I'm a strong woman too.... but at the same time I need a soft place to land. I cry to my husband, let out all my fears, my anger and hurt, and he is there for me.

    No matter how strong we are, everyone needs that soft place to land sometimes. Does he provide you that?

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