HI ! New to the forum. I am 45. I think I ave been TTC my whole life but have not been successful. I ave a history of scar tissue on tubes. Had surgery in my 30's only to end up having a staph infection. Decided was not goig to be able to conceive and I adopted. My son was almost 2 and now he is almost 12. Four years ago to my surprise I got pregnant. Had a postive blood test went for ultrasound and did not see heart beat. Miscarried at 6 weeks. I am A- so I had to get the Rhogram shot just in case I ever got pregnant again. Which I thought I never would. Life went on. I have been with the same bf for the last 3 years. We are very sexually active. No pg scares. Period very regular every 26 days.
My bf moved out a few months ago but we are still together but only see each other a few times a week. My last period was on August 27th. On Sept 10 I had my yearly check up and lightly lightly bled for 3 to 4 days afterward. I thoght this was super weird - never happened before. Skip forward to today. I am 11 days late. Very sore breasts, nausea and constant burping. I took a hpg test a few days ago BFN. When I was pg before I have know symptos except sore boobs and tired. I feel very different this time and hopeful. But so scared.
Tyring to get in to get a blood test to see what is going on. Praying for the best. My first miscarriage was hard. I was all alone when it happened and don't want to go through that again if possible.
I am so praying to have a baby. I have always wanted one. I didnt get to experience the whole baby thing with my son because he was almost 2. Advice, support, and hugs appreciated.
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