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Old Mar 5th, 2016, 01:15 AM   41
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Wow that's wierd! Could it be late implantation bleeding?
It would be lovely but Probably not, I'd got a positive test last Sunday, then they were so faint by Wednesday. then af started late Wednesday night. I don't think it would happen that way round would it?
And the bleeding was quite heavy the first day, there was some more when I got up this morning too.



 
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Old Mar 5th, 2016, 05:57 AM   42
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Mine has right down too xx



 
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Old Mar 5th, 2016, 14:53 PM   43
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Finally AF arrived! My cycles have never been longer than 28 (not since I was a young teen) and this one was 29 - sheesh!

First "real" month TTC has officially started!



 
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Hi, I was over with some of you in the Mother's Day forum and got my bfp. Unfortunately they're getting lighter so guess it's a chemical and waiting for af to start now If she's coming I'd rather she didn't wait too long so we can try again.



 
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Finally AF arrived! My cycles have never been longer than 28 (not since I was a young teen) and this one was 29 - sheesh!

First "real" month TTC has officially started!
Oh chocolatechip, sorry af came, how evil she was to keep you waiting that extra day. So now this is your 'proper ' first month tcc is here what are your plans?



 
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Hi, I was over with some of you in the Mother's Day forum and got my bfp. Unfortunately they're getting lighter so guess it's a chemical and waiting for af to start now If she's coming I'd rather she didn't wait too long so we can try again.
I'm so sorry oneday. I completely feel for you. It's just the cruelest thing. So when was/is your af due. Mine came on cd29, which I have had cycles that length before, so it wasn't late late. Hope your not waiting too long. When my tests got faint and I realised it was a chemical I was actually quite relieved when it came cd29, and I just didn't know when to expect it, I didn't want to be waiting days and days.



 
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Hi, I was over with some of you in the Mother's Day forum and got my bfp. Unfortunately they're getting lighter so guess it's a chemical and waiting for af to start now If she's coming I'd rather she didn't wait too long so we can try again.
I'm so sorry oneday. I completely feel for you. It's just the cruelest thing. So when was/is your af due. Mine came on cd29, which I have had cycles that length before, so it wasn't late late. Hope your not waiting too long. When my tests got faint and I realised it was a chemical I was actually quite relieved when it came cd29, and I just didn't know when to expect it, I didn't want to be waiting days and days.
It is so cruel isn't it. I've managed to have a good cry now ds is in bed and dh is downstairs watching the tv. Af was due today. I hope she comes quickly now. I'm also rhesus -ve and read some people have been given the jab after a chemical so will need to make a doctor's appointment to check it out. What a lovely Mother's Day gift, hey?!



 
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Hi, I was over with some of you in the Mother's Day forum and got my bfp. Unfortunately they're getting lighter so guess it's a chemical and waiting for af to start now If she's coming I'd rather she didn't wait too long so we can try again.
I'm so sorry oneday. I completely feel for you. It's just the cruelest thing. So when was/is your af due. Mine came on cd29, which I have had cycles that length before, so it wasn't late late. Hope your not waiting too long. When my tests got faint and I realised it was a chemical I was actually quite relieved when it came cd29, and I just didn't know when to expect it, I didn't want to be waiting days and days.
It is so cruel isn't it. I've managed to have a good cry now ds is in bed and dh is downstairs watching the tv. Af was due today. I hope she comes quickly now. I'm also rhesus -ve and read some people have been given the jab after a chemical so will need to make a doctor's appointment to check it out. What a lovely Mother's Day gift, hey?!
I know, considering we were so happy a few days ago, to have it all taken away. Excuse my ignorance but what jab do you have to have and what's it for?



 
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Anti D jab. I had to have it during my pregnancy with ds and after his birth as he was rhesus positive. It's something about rhesus negative blood making antibodies against rhesus positive blood if it mixes and then trying to fight off another rhesus positive. I haven't explained that well at all! If you're rhesus positive it doesn't happen.



 
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Anti D jab. I had to have it during my pregnancy with ds and after his birth as he was rhesus positive. It's something about rhesus negative blood making antibodies against rhesus positive blood if it mixes and then trying to fight off another rhesus positive. I haven't explained that well at all! If you're rhesus positive it doesn't happen.
yeah I'm confused

I know I should do but I can't even remember what blood type I am!

How long have you been tcc for?



 
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