I had a miscarriage 5 weeks ago, and I was 6 weeks along. I passed everything naturally and had no problems. I acted like the miscarriage was a period, so since then me and my husband have been having sex every other day almost. It has been 5 weeks since my miscarriage, and my breats are so sore and HUGE. Im also having slight back pain and very tired. Everything I had when I found out I was pregnent. I took a HMT and it came up negative yesterday, and last week I went and got a blood test and that came up negative too. My symptoms are getting worse everyday. So my ? could I still be pregnant, and if so is is just too early to tell yet?
Sure - why not....I mean is your period due again? I would continue having regular sex if you are trying and keep testing weekly. It will be complicated with the dating but thats why we have ultrasounds. Baby dust to you!
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