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Trying to conceive
22/12/2016 at 01:11
I'm new to this page but have so many questions that need answering and I'm hoping I won't be judged!
in 2015 and I had an abortion, I'm still young, only 18 at the time and in a 3 month relationship. We was just kids and we wouldn't of been able to support the baby. im also rehusus negative which would of meant pregnancy would be very difficult for me.
anyway, as I coped with what I had done and continued birth control I progressed to hate and regret my choice I made and there was always the "what if..." question in my head. Later on we decided we was ready and tried to conceive and unfortunately I had a miscarriage (once again to do with my blood type). I was heart broken!
me and my partner (the father of the aborted baby and miscarriage) have recently split sadly enough. obviously before we split I was not on contraception for 3 days and we had unprotected sex. Now 3 days on Im having lots of cramping, back ache and runny toilet problems (I hope you understand!) and im now worried I'm finally pregnant with a man who don't love me baby!
itook a pregnancy test 3 days after we had sex and It did come back negative, am I over thinking? What should I do? Am I pregnant?
Even though we aren't together I did really want a baby and now I'm thinking I have baby blues and im just getting my hopes up as the test said nevative but it was only 3 days after conception and we had unprotected sex! I don't have periods which don't help!
my first pregnancy I had such strong symptoms but still didn't test positive till 1 month on. Was I testing to soon? Or am I just paranoid?
22/12/2016 at 09:07
Sounds like you are testing too soon. From the point of ovulation it takes 4 days for it to travel down the tubes. and then if fertilised it takes 6-12 days to implant. Just have to sit tight and wait for a couple of weeks. Cramping and back ache are also symptoms of ovulation.
The best thing to do is wait for 2 weeks (tests say 19 days after unprotected sex) and test again for an accurate result.
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