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Pregnant but cannot shake the feeling that something is wrong

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Tryagain92 Mon 15-Feb-16 11:10:37

I had a CP on 16 Jan 2016 so I have counted my LMP from that date which makes me around 4 weeks pregnant. I have no idea when I ovulated but I use a period calendar ap which says I am 9DPO. I took a clearblue digital and a one step early cheapie test and both are positive. Later on last night, took another one step cheapie and then again this morning. I want that line to get darker! I am also scared because I have had previous ectopic and a pregnancy of unknown location so I have no idea what is going to happen. I am taking daily progesterone suppositories 400g cyclogest once a night in case it may be caused by low progesterone but I have a horrible silent dull and nagging feeling on my right side.... Constantly there and petrified that baby has implanted there :'(
I'm not in pain or anything but also cannot get seen until I am 6 weeks because they said they won't see anything and EPU told me that if I get pregnant again, wait until at least five weeks before I contact them. :/

BettyBi0 Mon 15-Feb-16 13:10:23

I hope you are ok. It's going to be a long week. If the pain gets worse then please don't hesitate to call them earlier - they might not be able to see a lot on scan but they could at least check your bloods.

Lots of people do get some funny achey pains from the whole implantation process so it may well be nothing to worry about.

Eastend2015 Mon 15-Feb-16 13:13:53

Hi Tryagain, I understand your anxiety having had an EP myself and the advice from the EPU was the same. That's only about a week right? I know it feels like a lifetime but there is no point in scanning earlier because they won't see anything. Obviously if the pain gets worse then get yourself to A&E sharpish. I had aches on my right side for a long time after my EP and I think it was almost my body remembering the pain I had. It sounds a bit hippyish but taking deep breaths and visualising the blood flowing freely around my body really helped. Fingers crossed for you xx

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