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02/05/2016 at 12:36
hi all, me again. Was just wondering if anyone had any advice as I'm going mad. My period is not due for 9/10 days, so far I've had cramping, lower back ache, feeling nauseous, dizzy, and a clear discharge? I done a few tests from wednesday - Friday and they were faint positives some darker than others then they have been negative today, symptoms still here and getting stronger? don't know what to think. Wondering if the pregnancy hormone would rise and fall at very early Days? I've had very lose bowels in the mornings, and (tmi) noticed a small amount of brown staining when i went to the loo a few days ago? Any help would be greatly appreciated. my last period was 13th April but only lasted 3 days, was very normal apart from length of time. Took pregnancy test before this and was negagtice also. Xx
03/05/2016 at 01:23
Sorry to say this happened to me and was a chemical pregnancy. But if ur period is not due for 9 days then u are way early to be testing. So don't loose hope yet
03/05/2016 at 08:50
Thanks. Im still unsure had another faint positive this morning, faint but there. Still feel the cramping, lose stools and quite nauseous. Feel like I'm going mad!! Xx
03/05/2016 at 17:18
I would try and leave it at least another few days as thats pretty early to test before you're due for your period.
Most people won't ovulate until 12-14 days before your period is due. And implantation normally happens a week or so after ovulation.
So hard not to test so easier said than done
Good luck Though :) xx
03/05/2016 at 17:35
Thanks for the advice! I know waiting really does drive you mad, I think I'm having implantation cramping though, very dull ache and mostly on one side also cramping around my sides and lower back. Very strange a positive would show up so early then negative then faint positives again. I have read somewhere (I've read almost everything lol) that your hormones can dip then just spurt back up again. Hopefully that's what it is 🙂 Xx
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