J37, I'm getting there and feeling stronger every day xx
I can't assist but I just wanted to say I'm so sorry. What a freaking nightmare! I would have needed more than a drink after that.
It's been the most messed up week of my life and I've struggled a lot. I keep thinking "today I should be X amount of weeks, I'd probably be feeling MS today, I should be planning this and that".. I've been angry and thrown away all of my tests and paperwork and everything reminding me of what was. But also had so much support and help, so for that I'm grateful. It's just totally sh!tty and I'll never understand the point of any of it and should probably stop trying.
I want my pregnancy back so much. I feel like I had something so special and such an important job to do (carrying my baby) and it was gone in the blink of an eye.
*sorry TMI warning now...
I think I'm losing my lining tonight. After a few days of light spotting and even a day of nothing, tonight I'm cramping terribly in my stomach and back and filling a pad an hour or less, lots of clotting, too. Guess my body is shedding what isn't needed anymore. Such a cruel process.
@~Marigold~, if you are filling a pad every hour you need to be checked out....it can be a sign of complications.
Thinking of you xoxo
Obviously infection is possible, but from all you have said, is probably unlikely. Signs to watch for, however, are: fever, general malaise, smelly vaginal discharge.
Of course, if you are worried, go to your GP or ED.
It's awful, I know.
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I was actually a bit concerned last night but thought I'd monitor it and see how I feel this morning. Cramps have eased off, bleeding is light.
I was worried I'd popped an internal stitch or something (I assume I have them after my tube removal? I didn't even think to ask) because I've been pushing myself a bit too much physically these last couple of days since I've been feeling more mobile. Today I'm going to really take it easy.
Thanks ladies x
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