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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:37 PM   1
Ladyc505
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Completely Confused..


This is my first pregnancy me and the hubby have been TTC since 2007 I have had the worse luck with doctors! I finally got put on Letrozole in October last week I took a EPT and it came back postive.. I called my new doctor he said to not get my hopes up I need to test 3 days after my missed period.. Fine I tested yesterday and it was a positive again this would be my 5th week. So last night not sure if it was from all the emotions kicking in I got the worse migraine in the world on the right side of my head to the point it was making me cry and very nauseous I started dry heaving.. Today I woke up to brown discharge now I'm complelety worried I hurt myself from all the pressure of dry heaving last night. Is brown discharge normal or am I in the early stages of miscarrying please help



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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:40 PM   2
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Brown is old blood. It happens to a lot of women in early pregnancy, but I would call your doctor's office if you're worried.



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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:41 PM   3
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Are you having any major cramping? I believe a small amount of discharge is ok. I don't believe dry heaving would cause a miscarriage. I believe most miscarriages are brought on by something being wrong with the cells of the baby? I haven't had any problems and have been getting sick for most of the day. MS stinks

Keep your head up ;o)



 
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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:43 PM   4
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I dry heaved multiple times a day with my first pregnancy, I carried the baby to term (she is 10 now). Brown blood is old so I wouldn't worry



 
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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:45 PM   5
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Thank you for your replies.. taterbean I did call my Ob office and they said if I'm not bleeding to pretty much not bother them.. They aren't being of any help with me one nurse acted like I wasn't even pregnant... Stevielyn I am experiencing cramping but not major and it comes and goes along with the lower back pain and pressure on the around the cervix...



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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:46 PM   6
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I dry heaved multiple times a day with my first pregnancy, I carried the baby to term (she is 10 now). Brown blood is old so I wouldn't worry
Thank you that makes me feel better I was so worried and not having a supportive doctor isn't helping either...



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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:49 PM   7
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Stevielyn I am experiencing cramping but not major and it comes and goes along with the lower back pain and pressure on the around the cervix...
I, too, had cramping. I was bloated, felt like i was going to get my period, headaches, felt like my stomach was being ripped apart on the inside. Only had that for the first 3 weeks.



 
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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:52 PM   8
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Stevielyn I am experiencing cramping but not major and it comes and goes along with the lower back pain and pressure on the around the cervix...
I, too, had cramping. I was bloated, felt like i was going to get my period, headaches, felt like my stomach was being ripped apart on the inside. Only had that for the first 3 weeks.
That makes me feel so relieved I thought it was just me I would ask mothers I knew and they thought I was crazy cause they didn't experience that...



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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 15:59 PM   9
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My mom and husband think i'm making my symptoms up or worse than what they are. lol My mom never had any problems with my brother or I... and my husband just says jokingly "Suck it up, Sally." lol But, i can't make up throwing up. haha I think you are just having early pregnancy symptoms. I love this site! It has taught me so much about my body and how it reacts while there is a baby inside. Everyone is so kind and a majority have experienced the same things



 
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Old Nov 9th, 2011, 16:02 PM   10
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My mom and husband think i'm making my symptoms up or worse than what they are. lol My mom never had any problems with my brother or I... and my husband just says jokingly "Suck it up, Sally." lol But, i can't make up throwing up. haha I think you are just having early pregnancy symptoms. I love this site! It has taught me so much about my body and how it reacts while there is a baby inside. Everyone is so kind and a majority have experienced the same things
I'm so glad I came across this site during my search for a answer!! Glad to know I'm not the only one out there! Last night my hubby acted the same way when I was crying he was like no way it's too early and for me to put my big girl panties on MEN! lol



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