it could be multiple things. It could be just her period and FRER gave her a false positive(it will show up false positive if you take it out of the case or read the test beyond the time limit - it happened to me )
could be chemical pregnancy as pregnant test are supersensitive they can detest early pregnancy.back then, we would never known we were pregnant because we still have our period as if nothing happened.
So the clinic told her to come in Monday to do blood work. She tested again this afternoon (no holding pee, no withholding water, etc.) and got a DARKER and more pronounced line. We are both an emotional wreck because we both really want this to happen. We decided to take the optimistic approach and assume that the pregnancy is still viable until told otherwise.
I'll keeps fingers crossed!
How is the bleeding? Still there?
I bled for a day with my daughter and my sister had a fullon bleed for a week which was a lot more heavy than her periods were and she still continued carrying her baby and delivered a healthy girl.
There's still hope for you!
Good luck. It could well be implantation bleeding. I've done so much reading up in the past about spotting/bleeding in early pregnancy around the time period would be due and it is really common. It can be implantation bleeding, the uterus flushing old blood out (that is what my midwife told me when I had it with my previous pregnancy) as I had 2 days of spotting, or it can be because the hormones get out of whack which causes period-like bleeding.
If you have definitely got a line on a test, then your wife is definitely pregnant. Keep us updated x
Cramping is gone, but still bleeding though less so. Unfortunately the FR Early Result is a bit fainter this morning. So we are prepared for some bad news (ie. Chemical preg). Will take her for blood work Monday but we know where this is going. We are sad, but we will move through I suppose.
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