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    Quote Originally Posted by beautygirl35 View Post
    I can't force him
    If you truely believe you are pregnant then yes, you can.

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    I don't know if I am just because I got three positives and now I've got period doesn't that mean I'm not pregnant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beautygirl35 View Post
    I don't know if I am just because I got three positives and now I've got period doesn't that mean I'm not pregnant?
    As above, it is possible to bleed while pregnant if for example there is a clot in your uterus. Some women bleed all the way through and still go on to have healthy babies.

    We are trying to stay positive here for you but it does sound like it's probably more likely that if you are bleeding heavily now, then you were pregnant for a bit but the embryo was not viable and is now passing.

    There is literally no way to know for sure though unless you get a blood test that measures the level of HCG and then a repeat test to see if it is doubling as it should.

    Even that is no guarantee, until you see a heartbeat on an ultrasound and beyond that, make it to term to deliver a baby. If you are trying to conceive you might find it useful to learn a bit more about pregnancy and how it works. I recommend a book called The Impatient Woman's Guide to Getting Pregnant. You can get it on your iPhone or iPad as an ebook. It's very straightforward and easy to understand.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beautygirl35 View Post
    I don't know if I am just because I got three positives and now I've got period doesn't that mean I'm not pregnant?
    Were your positives all from the same box? Could be a bad batch/brand, and be false positives.
    Or you could be pregnant and having some bleeding.
    Or you may be experiencing a chemical pregnancy.

    Go to a doctor, tell them you have had a few positive pregnancy tests but are now bleeding and would like a blood test to check.

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    All positives were from super drug I tested positive with my last child using them. I've only been told by doctor to hand in a urine sample not to see him or anything.

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    Yo scuba girl I'm almost 35years old don't need any sex education thank you. I'm old enough to know how it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beautygirl35 View Post
    All positives were from super drug I tested positive with my last child using them. I've only been told by doctor to hand in a urine sample not to see him or anything.
    Where are you getting the Super drug tests from? Sounds like your Dr isn't that great... How old are the tests you are using?

    In my experience no GP sends urine samples away for testing they just use a pee stick like you would buy from a chemist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beautygirl35 View Post
    Yo scuba girl I'm almost 35years old don't need any sex education thank you. I'm old enough to know how it works.
    Clearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beautygirl35 View Post
    All positives were from super drug I tested positive with my last child using them. I've only been told by doctor to hand in a urine sample not to see him or anything.
    Each pregnancy is different, so the tests could be wrong this time.

    That was before you started bleeding though, so things have changed.

    Eta: There's no need too be rude, ScubaGal and others are trying to help with limited information.

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    I am sorry but if your Dr doesn't do what you would like then find a different Dr. We are just people on a forum and even medical professionals could not tell you online if your pregnant or not just based on what you have said.


 

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