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Old Jul 11th, 2017, 10:33 AM   1
JaneZee
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Chemical Pregnancy? Tests turned negative :(


Hi ladies, I had positive tests on Friday and Saturday, Sunday they got lighter and this morning the 2nd line is gone. I've never had a MC or CP before but I'm afraid that's what's happening. How long after your tests went negative did you start to bleed? I'm technically on CD 52 (yeah, I know.. I had to have had a seriously long cycle and late ovulation for it to even make sense.. but I took 9+ positive tests over those days so I don't think they were falsies) :-\ I'm just scared of what is to come. Any insight or knowledge of what to expect is appreciated.

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Old Jul 11th, 2017, 11:05 AM   2
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I'd test again with fmu. I got a negative test two days after my bfp. I assumed it was a chemical but turns out it was a dud test as had a positive digi the next day. If it's still negative though then it's most likely a chemical. Bleeding usually starts within a few days and usually isn't more than a heavy painful period. I really hope that's not the case for you though. Hope your ok?



 
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Old Jul 11th, 2017, 11:14 AM   3
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Thanks Hun, I tested with two different brands this morning with FMU. First Response and Clearblue and both were negative so I'm sure it probably isn't good, unfortunately. Are you supposed to go to the doctor? I don't really know how this works. I just feel very sick to my stomach and sad, at the moment. I didn't realize how much it would hurt so early on and I feel for every woman that has ever experienced it. I appreciate your reply sweetheart.



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Old Jul 11th, 2017, 11:23 AM   4
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No you don't need to see a doctor unless your in a lot of pain or filling pads quickly. Even though it's early it's still heartbreaking, most of my losses have been later but I have had a few chemicals and they don't hurt any less than the later losses. Have you got people around you to give you support?



 
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Old Jul 11th, 2017, 11:28 AM   5
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I had two chemical pregnancies and both times bleeding started after a couple days and was like a heavy and more painful period. I called my doctor and they took bloodwork to confirm my numbers were going down. I primarily did this to document the losses so I could get tested. However, that is not necessary.

Be kind to yourself hun. I'm so sorry for your loss.



 
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Old Jul 11th, 2017, 12:09 PM   6
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Thank you, both. Yes, luckily I've got my husband and close friends. Just trying to maintain my composure for my son (6).. Luckily he didn't know. I'm so glad that I didn't have to have that conversation with him. I can't imagine where I would have begun honestly. I guess I'm just gonna try to carry on with everything until it all begins. Thank you again



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