I had a normal period on oct 1 then a week before my period was
Due in nov I took multiple first response early result all
Faint but clearly positive but line was not getting darker
I took 2 clear blue digital both negitive. I started bleeding
When af was due in nov and got 2 bfn hpt as well as a neg
Blood test... Af useually lasts 6 days this lasted 3 with a lot
Of clotting on day two so I assume I had a chem preg.
I never had a af sence I guess because of messed up hormones
Last night I took a fr early detection and got a faint but clearly
Visible second line I dont know what to think....any advice?
go to the doctor and see if they can do a blood test and an ulra sound ? i mean u may not be having symptoms but tell them u have morning sickness and everything and they will take blood and make u pee in a cup and do an ultra sound ..
well i had a chemical preg and though i was preg so i continued on thinking i was pg and ended up pg but the tests where still iffy and i was spotting for 3mon. into my preg. doc told me your more likely to get preg after a chemical preg. so wait a little bit like a week and take it again its likely
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