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Old Mar 15th, 2013, 17:25 PM   51
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Thank you Rashaa! Praying this one sticks!!! I need to figure out how to hide the siggy but I'm too excited not to have it!



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2013, 21:29 PM   52
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Is it common to have betas done or have some of you had losses and that's why you have them done? I'm just curious because I see alot of you have had bloods taken and where I'm from, nobody does.
I never had them done with DD and they won't do them at my OB appointment on April 12th either.



 
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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 01:08 AM   53
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Hi elt1013.....I'm not sure about everyone else, but I had a m/c last year which is why I had mine tested. I have heard of lots of places that don't do them as part of a standard checkup..... but I'm sure if you wanted to have them checked, you can request it.



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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 01:20 AM   54
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Can I join? I got my BFP on March 1 and am due November 8!
We had been TTC ever since my miscarriage in May and the BFP was a shocker
Not a ton of symptoms. Just feel tired and really hungry. With sore boobs



 
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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 03:56 AM   55
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Hi all,

I'm after some advice please.

Since my last week, I have had some mild cramping, I wasn't too worried. However, as of 3.30am this morning, it feels worse. So bad, I woke up a LOT last night. Not sure if I woke up coz it hurt or because I was worried.
No bleeding though, so I'm hoping that's a good sign.

I do have a low pain threshold, so I'm not sure if this is what others feel or if I should be worried?!!?



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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 04:19 AM   56
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bluefish as long as there is no bleeding there is nothing to be worried about. I worked in ER and sometimes we would get women coming in with "severe abdominal cramping". Would turn out they were just pregnant and didnt know. This 18 year old girl stick in my mind- when i saw her i thought she might have appendicitis she was in so much pain. Turns out she was 4 weeks pregnant and i saw her a few months later with a big belly. And with my daughter i was sure my period would start any minute as i was cramping so much.



 
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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 06:32 AM   57
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I got my on 12th March.. went in to d doc dat evening to confirm pregnancy.. I had on and off cramps, n doc prescribed progesterone pills for a month. The cramps continued for 2 days. its reduced now, but not completely gone.. the next appt is on the 21st.. should I be worried? anyone in d same boat?



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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 08:46 AM   58
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Thanks Steph. That puts my mind a rest quite a bit.

Now to find a way to deal with all these emotions! Anyone else got them? I can't believe how up and down I feel - I keep crying for no reason!

I hope I'm not like this for the full 9 months!

How's everyone else feeling?



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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 10:22 AM   59
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Is it common to have betas done or have some of you had losses and that's why you have them done? I'm just curious because I see alot of you have had bloods taken and where I'm from, nobody does.
I never had them done with DD and they won't do them at my OB appointment on April 12th either.
I'm from the UK, and betas are not done routinely here, I've only had my done because of the problems I've had, with my last pregnancy I never had it done xx



 
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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 11:12 AM   60
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I think it depends on the doctor, and how knowledged they are in reproductive health. Most people who have used a FS will have betas done, and GP's will check them, based on their current practice.

If a woman has had previous m/c's it might be done more often. hope this helps.

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Is it common to have betas done or have some of you had losses and that's why you have them done? I'm just curious because I see alot of you have had bloods taken and where I'm from, nobody does.
I never had them done with DD and they won't do them at my OB appointment on April 12th either.



 
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