Not a question just saying hi. I had my son in March 2005 and in July 2005 I found out I was pregnant again. On the 26th the doctor did surgery because it was ectopic. He cut and burned that tube but not sure if he did the same to the other one too. Thats my story so far. Thanks
I hd a tl (cut tied, burned)in 06 with my 3rd child during a c section. I have been having preg syptomsfor the past 2 weeks. I just bleed for the past 2 days and stopped today. I had clotting on the pad these 2 days. MY cycel usually runs 6-7 days. I am 34. called my docter this past friday and the nurse wants me to do a urine analysis. No blood work. I will wait a week and take another pee test . I am having abdominal pain anfd pelvic. pain can you be pregnent with neg hpy and a neg blood test? can a blood test be tested to early. I have my youngest is 4 with autism. I fear for another child with the same disability/ I feel my docter is blowing me off. Any sugestion would be helpful. Thanks.
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