MrsSMS!!!! Congratulations! Woo hoo!
I need advise from those with Bfp as I can't help but stressing out.
So I should be 6w1d today and woke up this morning I found brown discharge when wipe (sorry tmi).
Called my nurse and fertility specialist both said not to worry bout it as it could be due to the progesterone pessaries.
But I still went to my gp and got a referral for an early scan which I went to this afternoon and they said I'm measuring 5w4d or 5w6d.
Should i be worried about the brown discharge and the scan putting my date behind?
Any advise on this would be much appreciated.
@MSH yay congratulations on being pupo
@MrsMs yay excellent numbers i bet your so happy
@Hilldwellwer any news on your latest bt
@Cooki if it's brown it shouldnt be anything to worry about its old blood i think they only tell you to call if its bright red or fresh blood.
@Sunnysummers great to hear that you had a chance to get away with friends and relax. Hopefully you get some answers with all the tests you are having done
Hi @katt1011 Just got the call 2 seconds ago, hcg is now 6983 at 5w3d. Nurse said my blood results are tracking along perfectly I keep forgetting to ask what my progesterone level is, but I guess they'd let me know if it had dropped and I needed to go back on crinone or anything!
Cooki I'm sorry I don't know the answer to your dating question, I haven't had a scan yet. I know my nurses have told me to only be concerned if I see bright red blood. Could they just be wrong about the dates? It's only 2 days difference, I don't know how accurate they are or how much difference a couple of days makes. Hopefully someone else here can be more helpful!
Needing some advice from those who have had BFPs before... Is it normal to have seriously sore muscles down my front? Like, feel like I just ran a marathon and did a 1000 sit ups kinda sore? I also got a backache today and my legs are feeling like jelly. All I did was sit at my desk bizarre feeling but I'm hoping it's a good sign??
Congrats @MrsSMS!!! That's such exciting news x
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