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Oh my god... these are positive aren't they?!

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BeautifulLiar Tue 30-Jun-15 12:27:38



PotteringAlong Tue 30-Jun-15 12:28:28

I think we'll have to take your word for it! A good thing or a bad thing?

BeautifulLiar Tue 30-Jun-15 12:31:28

Oops - sorry!

I'm so shocked.

Ironically I've got a doctors appointment in a bit to discuss my terrible PMT!! Should I go anyway and tell him i think im pregnant?! Oh God...

SunbathingCat Tue 30-Jun-15 14:30:27

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WaitingForEgg Tue 30-Jun-15 15:12:09

Positive! Congrats :D

BeautifulLiar Tue 30-Jun-15 17:43:16

Thank you!

The nurse I saw was nice but said I need to see if the pregnancy continues and if it does go back in 5 weeks... put a bit of a downer on things really!

cookielove Tue 30-Jun-15 21:34:46

That's not very nice of the nurse, the Dr did say something along the lines of contact us when you get to 7 weeks as we can't do anything till then which basically implied if you make it that far!

Fx this is a sticky bean and congratulations smile

BeautifulLiar Tue 30-Jun-15 22:23:01

thanks cookielove smile

she said come back when I'm 10-12 weeks so she can contact the midwives to get me booked in confused

that seems a little late to me! so I'm thinking of going back when I'm about 9 weeks?

sykadelic Tue 30-Jun-15 22:33:02

Those are very positive.

Any chance of a Clearblue with the weeks indicator?

honeysucklejasmine Tue 30-Jun-15 22:36:54

Most booking appointments are at 8 weeks.


Longtalljosie Tue 30-Jun-15 22:44:09

Quite right - go back at 8 weeks - how on earth would they turn around your 12 week scan in time otherwise? The nurse must have spoken without thinking...

Ooh and congratulations!

Sakura03 Tue 30-Jun-15 23:03:34

Congratulations flowers

BeautifulLiar Wed 01-Jul-15 08:26:05

Thank you, I thought maybe guidelines have changed but surely you need an accurate dating scan, not a late one?!

I told DH, who was very happy and went out and bought a clear blue. it took ages to work (or felt like it) but said pregnant 1-2! I'm so shocked still!

cookielove Wed 01-Jul-15 15:41:07

Oh yeah it is so nice being pregnant smile

BeautifulLiar Wed 01-Jul-15 17:19:37

I do feel very lucky smile

Rang the local clinic today, and they were much more helpful. They're going to give my details to the midwives tomorrow. Here we go again...

Junosmum Wed 01-Jul-15 21:11:15

Congratulations! When I told my GP he said congratulations, book in with the midwife at 6 weeks and remember that 1/4 pregnancies end in miscarriage. All very matter of fact.

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Wed 01-Jul-15 21:14:26

Some places to book you in that late, both my booking in appointments have been 10-11 weeks which is their standard policy. Then scan at 12-13 weeks.

BeautifulLiar Thu 02-Jul-15 06:47:50

Thank you smile

I was just surprised because last time I wad pregnant a different doctor said congratulations then referred me to midwives straightaway.

The clinic said to chase them up if I haven't heard anything by the time I'm 8 weeks.

Think this might sink in when th dreaded morning sickness arrives!!

cookielove Thu 02-Jul-15 09:45:36

Definitely chase my paper work got lost and had a late booking in and almost too late scan as a result confused

BeautifulLiar Thu 02-Jul-15 12:16:48

That's a bit poor! I was at the clinic today anyway so gave the receptionist a reminder. Now just have to wait for the midwives to call!

That's if all this is real, that is. I still don't think it is...

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