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    Default Worried!

    Hi Ladies,

    I am CD 33 and have a BFP. This morning when I was lying in bed I was stretching out my legs and felt a really strong pull (like something was tearing) down where implantation would occur. I am completely worried that I somehow pulled the attached egg from my lining and this pulling feeling when I was stretching was the result of this. My husband thinks I am being a bit neurotic but the pain was not normal!

    Do you think I detached the fertilised egg?

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    Hi! Right now all the pulling/stretching pains you feel are all your ligaments moving and stretching. So your little eggy is safe and snug

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    @VVPreg No Luv...that's impossible to do once the embryo has attached itself to your lining as it virtually sticks & burrows into it😊

    Like PP said...likely to be the normal "growing pains" associated with pregnancy especially in the early days😊

    Congratulations to the both of you too!!😊

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    Yes all normal! The pains won't stop till the baby comes out

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    Default Progesterone pesseries

    Hi ladies, this blog stuff is new to me. Is anyone on progrsterone pesseries? I've just noticed my insides are a lot lower than this morning and before.. Is this normal in pregnancy? I'm only 8 weeks??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spearzy View Post
    Hi ladies, this blog stuff is new to me. Is anyone on progrsterone pesseries? I've just noticed my insides are a lot lower than this morning and before.. Is this normal in pregnancy? I'm only 8 weeks??
    I know its stressful - especially if it is your first pregnancy. But everything is fine.

    I think you should see a GP/midwife/OB with a list of your questions and concerns. Are you private/public?

    Re: progesterone pesseries - it is usually taken by those on fertility treatments or those who have had multiple miscarriages.


 

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