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19/05/2012 at 18:49
I am not sure if I belong here or if this is the right place to post but i ll tell you my story and hopefully someone can help or been in a similar situation?
We ve been ttc since November 2011. This cycle we dtd everyday from CD4-CD14 (except cd7), and i got smiley face on cbd opk on cd12,13 and 14.
My periods are anywhere between cd26 and cd30. This month on CD25 i started with brown cm like spotting every time i wiped all day and then it just dissapeared. I thought this was strange as ive never had any bleeding outside of af before. Between cd26 and today CD32, I have done various tests. I got a few faint positives up until yesterday when i took a clear blue digital and i was very surprised to get pregnant 1 -2 weeks.I got red blood when i wiped once or twice on cd30 and 31 again once or twice but one time was like a dark red/black blood clot looking thing v small but just once.
This morning it started again and hubby bought me some Tesco preg tests which i did and both were negative and i also bought more of the cheaper ones i got the faint positives on last week and they were negative too.
I am now totally confused. Bleeding has started again today (5pm) and is more than it has been , like the start of af and its getting more. I am really confused as the fact i got pregnant 1-2 weeks on cbd and also the faint positives a few days earlier this week, that makes me think i have been pregnant but then the way they are all just negative today, if i miscarried the hormones wouldnt just dissapear over night would they so you'd expect to still see positive tests so soon?!
Hope this makes sense......basically i think its either alate period and the tests including the CBD were wrong or my body did detect the hcg hormone but then the baby miscarried and thats why im bleeding now?
Does anyone know what happens from here?Will it just be like a normal period?
Sorry for all the questions, im confused
19/05/2012 at 19:56
19/05/2012 at 21:33
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