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DGmammy11 Fri 29-Aug-14 18:56:07

Hi was wondering if anyone could help. I had a miscarriage at 7 weeks on 19/7. I think I ovulated around 11/8, then on 21/8 I started to bleed, it only lasted 2 days if that and was like spotting. I then had brown discharge and just yesterday I had EWCM. I'm having lots of pregnancy symptoms like extremely sore breasts fatigue, nausea, headaches Etc. but had LOTS of BFN. Anyone been in the same position and can shed some light please

Olive1987 Sat 30-Aug-14 08:11:37

Hey. Just thought I'd let you know I'm in the same position. I miscarried on 28/7. Not really had any pregnancy symptoms apart from sore boobs, although I've had no spotting.

Perhaps you had an implant bleed? And your hcg levels are not yet high enough to come up on a test.

Pregnancy symptoms can be the same as period symptoms. So I'd test again in a week if still no period.

It could be that your cycle is a bit messed up and needs longer to readjust.

Hope that helps. Somone else will probably be along soon with better advice x

DGmammy11 Sat 30-Aug-14 08:32:21

smile I'm thinking maybe I want it that much that I am imagining these symptoms sad I'm gona wait it out and not test anymore (little bit obsessed) I'm just worried as I had what I thought was implantation bleeding with my last pregnancy that happened 3 weeks after my period and I didn't get a positive test till 5 weeks later which ended in miscarriage. Sorry for your loss too and thanks for answering smile xx

seasavage Sat 30-Aug-14 14:32:43

I do a lot of imagining symptoms. I did have spotting when I was pregnant straight from first MC. (I was fairly confident of OV). This time I hoped a lot (spotting) but I just didn't feel pregnant and not bothered about OV at all. There was spotting though (gggrrr).

I hope it's a good scenario and the test was a little early xx

DGmammy11 Sat 30-Aug-14 15:31:10

I'm going out of my mind! It's all I think about from waking up. Haha yeh hopefully �� xx

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