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Old Mar 19th, 2012, 17:15 PM   11
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Actually I think all digital tests show 2 lines, which is why you're not supposed to read them like that. If you're looking for 2 lines just use an ordinary hpt. Hope you get seen today hun xx
I've used about 30 regular Hpt haha! They are all positive. I have one digital be positive on Wednesday of last week. That's why I was confused. Guess I'm just gonna wait it out though



 
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Old Mar 19th, 2012, 17:19 PM   12
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Just wanted to wish you all the best, I hope everything turns out well and it's a happy outcome for you. Gosh you have to wait a long time for an appointment, that must be so hard!



 
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Old Mar 19th, 2012, 17:21 PM   13
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Yes I agree! I'll be close to 9 weeks by then. Why do some doctors wait so long and other doctors see you right away? I really like my doctor but I don't like the office she is at.
Thank you for your kind words.



 
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Old Mar 19th, 2012, 17:23 PM   14
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It seems very hard in other countries, here I just ring up the GP and can see them the next day. There are 6 doctors where I go so I guess there is usually someone free. Last time I didn't see a doctor and had an independant midwife, so that made things even easier.



 
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Old Mar 19th, 2012, 17:29 PM   15
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Wow! That must be nice. Wish it was like that for me.



 
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Old Mar 19th, 2012, 18:03 PM   16
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To ease your mind, after my dh and I had sex the other day I have a pretty decent amount of red blood when I wiped, like I'd gotten my period and I had an ultrasound and an exam and baby is perfectly fine. I was just told pelvic rest for 3 weeks but my Dr isn't concerned at all.



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Old Mar 19th, 2012, 18:11 PM   17
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Thank you for sharing your story. How far along are you? Everything is back to normal I guess I am just worried about the negative digital after getting so many positives but a lot of ladies have said it could have been diluted urine. I hope that's what it was because I still have all my symptoms. I guess no pink or blood is a good sign though.



 
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Old Mar 19th, 2012, 21:15 PM   18
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I had heaps of bleeding early on with Thomas, and he's 15 months now . It was bright red blood too, the kind they tell you to panic if you see it.

Tests are a blessing and a curse, I am still doing FRER's and I am sure the line should practically be so dark it's black by now haha!

Have you done any more regular tests today? Sorry if you already said and I missed it.



 
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Old Mar 20th, 2012, 03:59 AM   19
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I'm 99% sure you're fine.

Try and stop testing, as you said you were, because it will just freak you out if you gte a negative. There are so many ways for a pregnancy test to show a false negative, but they pretty much never show a false positive. You're pregnant. If you had started to miscarry, your test would have still shown pregnant anyway, because the hormone doesn't decrease that much until you have actually physically miscarried. And even then it may still show positive for another couple of days.

Also stop taking your temperature. These things are all really good for ttc or as part of birth control, but when you're already pregnant they're really not reliable, and again, a huge source for unneccessary freak-outs for many women.

Enjoy the rest of your pregnancy, and try not to worry too much!!



 
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Old Mar 20th, 2012, 16:33 PM   20
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Thanks ladies. Unfortunately I started bleeding a lot this morning and had painful cramps. I called my doctor and told them what was happening. I can't believe it but my doctor wouldn't even see me today. She can't see me until tomorrow. I have been taking tylenol and my doctor said bed rest until tomorrow. I really think this is a miscarriage. It feels like one. I'm trying to prepare myself for more bad news tomorrow. I had this happen to me last month too but I wasn't as far a long. It was even earlier. I hope we can figure out why this has happened twice. I'll keep you updated with what they say at the doctor tomorrow. Do any of y'all know woman who have had multiple miscarriages and then later went on to have a healthy pregnancy and baby?



 
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