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Chemical pregnancy and conception(4 Posts)
I hope everyone are keeping well
I had a chemical pregnancy a few weeks ago, it was my first ever attempt in life to try for a baby and the positive myself and my husband took from this is that we fell pregnant straight away and most importantly, can get pregnant together!
Tomorrow I am ovulating again but the chemical has now made me nervous as opposed to excited like I was when we decided to start trying at the end of July.
Does anyone have any positive stories about having a chemical and then following on to have a healthy pregnancy as my mind is on over drive
And I'm sorry if this has come across insensitive to those that have been trying for months / years. It's not my intention I'm genuinely just feeling very anxious x
We’ve been TTC baby number 1 since April, had a chemical in June and I got a BFP on Tuesday. I’m only between 4-5 weeks but hopeful and trying to stay positive, petrified too. Good luck x
I’m currently having a chemical as I type. Got my bfp on 3 September and started bleeding today. This is my second chemical and I’m also interested to see what responses people have. Just posted a thread asking people what their doctors advised/prescribed to help with future conception and pregnancy. I want to know I can have a pregnancy that sticks in future x
When trying for no 2, I had a chemical first cycle then got pregnant and it stuck with the next cycle. I'm currently 34 weeks.
I don't think having a chemical is a bad sign at all. Although I'm incredibly lucky and got pregnant first cycle with my first so I have limited experience here.
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