Just got my BFP this AM!
I am a little nervous about it because I had a chemical in January. Because of this DH and I have decided its best to wait and tell people until 12 weeks. Thank the Lord I have this forum to spill to!!
Anyone want to join me??
Sure. I got my on Sunday. I think I'm probably due around November 20. This is my third child but I seem to be stressing even more than the other times. The beginning is always so nerve wracking for me so its nice to find some buddies going through similar emotions.
Have you made your Drs appointment yet? This is my first and its funny because all of this focus and effort is put into TTC and then.... now what
When I had called my Dr last time with my chemical (before I lost it) it was going to take about 3 weeks to get in... is that pretty normal? Should I just wait it out?
hey i was on the testers thread! congrats to you guys!!
im going through a bit of a crap time, was admitted to hosp on fri for abdo pain, where i was told there was no evidence of pregnancy in my womb and some free fluid which could indicate an ectopic pregnancy, then told by a diff dr that it wasnt ectopic but prob wasnt viable.
had bloods drawn monday and HCG had more than doubled and progesterone was good this MW was much more positive that it was just too early to see much on the screen, have another scan on tuesday to see if they can find little pip..i feel more positive as the pain has almost gone!!!! xxx
Can I join you? I got my BFP this evening. Very excited as we have been trying for 6 months and this is our first success!
I've suddenly gone 'google crazy' - I wasnt sure what to do next!
It seems we should make an appointment now for Midwife or Doctor, but they won't see you till you're 6-8 weeks. (I'm currently 4 weeks) The consensus seems to be - book asap as there is always a wait!
Hope things turn out ok mumofone25.
Gaboo, I have scheduled an appt for this coming Monday. The OB there is kinda a friend of the family and let's me come in right when I find out. I think though I would have to wait 2-3 weeks to get an appt as they're so busy, if this doc couldn't get me in. I was convinced I wasn't ovulating as I did OPKs cd 8-25 for the last 2 cycles and never detected the slightest hint of a surge. So I figured we were in the clear to bd whenever we wanted. We weren't trying to get pg at this time but had planned on later in the year. So I was a little shocked to get a positive on a digital on Sunday. I have no clue when I ovulated and my last 2 periods were only 2 days of slight spotting. So I really don't know. It's wonderful to meet you and would live to follow you through this journey. Even though I've done this twice already I feel like its brand new to me. So keep me posted.
I have no idea when I ovulated either. My last period was after my chemical in January. I thought I was due to test March 1st but got negatives, then I started to think back on when my normal ovulation symptoms started and I came up with Feb 28th so...
I figure the Dr will be able to tell me at some point haha!
Guess I will call for my appointment soon
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