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Wishing Sat 20-Sep-08 11:22:28

Hello
I am totally new to this and very confused at the minute can anyone help??

I am terribly constipated and have been for 3 days solid - its so painful! im 2 days late now and usually quite regular! im exaushted so so tierd and emotional which isnt like me at all!! i have had a horrible metallic taste in my mouth for days and occassionally my boobs are a bit tender which i never get prior to my period. I have also had waves of nausea but convinced myslef this was my imagination! Negative test this morning and i dont know what to do! im so confused!

I should add i had a false postive last month!(sad)

xxx

lilymolly Sat 20-Sep-08 14:19:25

sounds very similar to early pregnancy
can you re test?
how did you know it was false positive?

Wishing Sat 20-Sep-08 14:23:33

i got a postive test last month before my peiod and then i came on a few days late!!

i can re test in next few days dont relly want to become crazy about it - saying that i arent doing much more today except thinking bout it
xx

reallyhoping Sat 20-Sep-08 14:26:32

I wouldn't test again today.
FMU (first morning urine) is the best for testing in early pg as the hormones are much more concentrated then.

Wait, try not to go insane and test again tomorrow or, if you can wait until then, Monday.

Really hope that you get a +ve result soon smile

Wishing Sat 20-Sep-08 14:29:35

Thanks really hoping, i wont test unless its fmu as i cnt torment myself that much!! going to work in a bit so hopefully that will keep me occupied!!

i hope so too!! for everyone!!

xx

lilymolly Sat 20-Sep-08 18:10:22

could your last period have been an implantation bleed?

wzmo Sat 20-Sep-08 18:16:27

are you using the same brand of prgnancy test? maybe get a digtal test?! GOOD LUCK, i know it can be so consuming!!!

Wishing Mon 22-Sep-08 11:42:40

im not sure Lilymolly - i thought that at the time but docotor wasnt very helpful and woouldnt do a blood test - i was crying in the surgery and she was more bothered about my sanity! she keopt asking if i wanted to see a councellor and didnt really seem focused on the idea thawt i could be pregnant!! would i still be getting a negative test if last month was implantation bleeding?? it wasnt like a normal period but i still getting negative tests! Have done a digital test now WZMO still negative and still no sign of af - going to a different docs today!

xxxxx

RealityGap Mon 22-Sep-08 12:08:51

Hi Wishing,

I would say that it is unlikely you are pregnant It is also very unlikely to get a false positive, I would suggest that you had a very early loss - or a blighted ovum.

If you were pregnant now - you would be getting a possitive test with all the symptoms you are experiencing - as these are all caused by the same hormones that the tests pick up.

It sounds like you are stressed about TTC (understandably) which could be making you late starting. The symptoms could well just be your body playing cruel tricks as it sounds like you desperately want to be PG

Good luck with the other doc today - and hope you get a BFP soon

Wishing Mon 22-Sep-08 12:20:25

Thanks reality gap - i will just have to hold on and see what the doctor says - ive heard a few people get a negative test for up to 7 weeks i was starting to get a bit excited but you just brought me back down to earth so its just a matter of sitting it out!! i dont think im very far on if i am pregnant, i do suspect it was a very early loss last month but dont think im that stressed i would be so late??

RealityGap Mon 22-Sep-08 21:52:12

Hi wishing - yes it is possible for pregnancy tests not to pick up pregnancys but this is quite rare, and usually is more down to the womans kidneys not excreting the hormone, so the fact you have had a +ve test early last month would suggest to me that you should have had a +ve by now

I am sorry for bringing you down, I just don't like giving people false hope and feel that being honest is importaint.

It is amazing how much more stressed we can be than we realise.

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