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Old Sep 28th, 2009, 15:40 PM   1
hoping4number
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CD30 BFN is a BFP still possible?


I have 2 kids but we never "tried" for them, we just flew by the "if it happens it happens" scenario. Well I had a MC in July (natural...no D&C or meds). I had just got of Yaz April 2nd and concieved a week later. It was the hardest thing I've been through. My period started 32 days later, Aug 30, and it was as normal as ever. Well my hubby and I decided after lots of prayer to "try" this time b/f he has to deploy again. It was hard to know when I O'd based off my cycle b/c my periods are normally every 28-30 days, but since the miscarriage I've only had one cycle. Well I am now on CD30 and I got a BFN this morning on a EPT (+/-). I've been having horrible back aches since the 23rd which is very abnormal. I was extermly nauseaus all day the 26 and that was it. Nothing else aside from sensitive nips (like when water hits them in the shower) My BB's feel somewhat heavy, like if I lean over and stand back up I can tell. I quit checking my CP b/c I've never done it b/f to know what's normal and was told it's not alway a good indicator of preg and since I'v had 2 vag deliveries it could still stay slightly open even if preg! So no that I've rambled on...does anyone think there is still a possibility of me being preg??



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Old Sep 28th, 2009, 17:06 PM   2
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Umm...ok so people read but don't comment...thanks!



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Old Sep 28th, 2009, 17:14 PM   3
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I'll comment, but I have no idea, and I'm pretty sure the other people weren't being ignorant either. They just don't know what to say.

I'd say go to the doctors for a blood test.



 
Old Sep 28th, 2009, 17:18 PM   4
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Hi hun! Sorry to hear about your loss, it is a horrible experience.

I'm no expert on cycles etc but there is a possibility that you ovulated a bit later and that the little bean is still getting cosy in there. I'd say that if you still have no period in a few days test again, with fmu.

I'm approaching CD 50 and have had every symptom in the book so I know how it feels to be confused. Sorry I couldn't be more help

for ya x



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Old Sep 28th, 2009, 17:27 PM   5
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Its very difficult to know from the symptoms you list... could be might not be... its not over till the fat lady sings (or AF rears her ugly head)...

sorry to hear of your loss, I don't think you understand the magnitude of it till you have been there...

Keep us posted... and I guess for me the best way of following your fertility is to chart (although some ppl find that just as frustrating!)

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Old Sep 28th, 2009, 17:28 PM   6
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Thanks guys..didn't mean to go off on a tanget but I'm just confused as heck!! I keep feeling really wet and thinking AF has arrived but every time I go pee there's nothing...not even CM! I am going to wait til Thurs morning to test again if AF hasn't shown up and if it's still neg I will get blood work done. I've just never dealt with this before and so I am lost. Thought maybe others have and could give what they went through. I am an emotional wreck today!!



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Old Sep 28th, 2009, 17:32 PM   7
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I can totally relate to feeling wet and running to the loo expecting af, that is exactly what I had and it was soo frustrating. I think my body was playing tricks on me.

I haven't gone through this before either and so just like you, so confused (heck, I still am!) but I started a thread about being late for AF and having a BFN and it is astonishing how many women have posted and can relate to what each other is saying. Have a read at it, it's good. It'll show you that there are loads of women going through the same.

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Old Sep 29th, 2009, 14:01 PM   8
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Ok no AF today (knock on wood since the day isn't over) and a BFN!!



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