Omg I just got a BFP! And oh is at work, graveyard shift, so I only have u ladies to shout my excitement at!
I've been having cramping for 4 days and am 3days late.
I couldn't sleep tonight and was super annoyed by the cramping wishing AF would stop dragging it out and just get here already! So I got up and poas expecting a bfn to shut off my mind and let me sleep! Instead I got a super clear, instant, BFP!!!
I'm cautiously excited!
I've had 1 miscarriage in the past and just recently 1 chemical pregnancy.
And was supposed to be going for an MRI soon to see what my uterus is shaped like as I have a suspected bicornuate uterus. (they know it's misshapen due to a previous ultrasound I had for another reason but not to what extent).
All of that is a little worrying!
But I'm going to test again tomorrow and hold off telling my oh until I get home from work tomorrow, as hard as that will be to hold in all day! Then I'll make an appointment right away at doc and hope all will be well, all I can do I suppose, worrying like crazy won't help!
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