I know I am probably/hopefully excessively worrying, but TTC seems to do that to me.
I'm cd37, 15dpo and although I didn't test today, got a BFN yesterday. Saving another test for tomorrow.
I have read conflicting information about ectopic pregnancies; one that you wouldn't get a + on a hpt and another that you would. One of the symptoms I have coming and going is dizziness/light headed another is shoulder pain, although my pain is in my shoulder blade on my back, whereas it mentions shoulder tip on some of the info I've read.
Anyone have any idea? Or is it way too early to be excessively worrying about something like this. I just know the sooner you know about an ectopic the better for future TTC.
When I had the shoulder tip pain it was awful and didn't come on until the tube had burst and I was bleeding internally and passing out with the pain. I didn't really have any dizziness but I had increasingly bad pain in one side for days before and was bleeding quite a bit too.
Try to relax a bit as tension can give you shoulder pain. Easier said than done I know! I worry all the time about a repeat ectopic and read way too much into every little symptom.
bbbunny, I appreciate you sharing your experience. It can't be easy and I would feel just as careful about the thought of a repeat experience. My pain is more like a trapped nerve and it comes and goes. It is also never agony, so I will try to relax, but remain vigilant.
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