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2066232 tn?1333842735

ok this is getting frustrating need advice

ok i had d/c feb. 2 and almost 6 wks later still no period so i called doc asked them when i should start and was 4 to 6 wks after d/c. told them took hpt but neg. but am having dizzy spells and several other pregnancy syptoms and they told me to just keep taking pregnancy tests. what the hell!!!!!
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583196 tn?1429224755
sorry to hear you are having difficulties. i think patience is key here. depending on your situation there may be residue of hormones in your system. and its just a matter of letting those hormones settle out and back to normal before your body kicks back into gear. stress doesn't help much either, pamper yourself a little and relax as best you can (i know its hard)
my heart goes out to you, hope you are feeling like yourself again soon.
2066232 tn?1333842735
if i still had hcg in system whouldnt it show up on hpt
583196 tn?1429224755
in my mind not at the end. remember, you have hcg in your system at conception but takes about 2 weeks before a strong positive is shown. so in my mind at least two weeks from your last positive.
i can certainly understand your frustration. its difficult when the doctors don't understand the emotions you are experiencing. and you don't feel like they are doing everything possible to help you and help ease your mind. families who experience a loss need more support and the doctors don't always see that.
sorry if that didn't help much, i've never done hpt after mc.
2066232 tn?1333842735
ive been testing neg for over 2 wks
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