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Kazzyg88 Fri 13-Jan-17 20:18:11

Hi everyone. I'm 3 days late. I'm never late I've done a few tests 3 were bfps but the one the doctor did said negative. The bfps were after the doctors. I started having brown stringy mucus then it stopped then started again and has stopped again. Wasn't alot only when I wipe but now having like a what can only be described as a knotting feeling in my womb area. Can anyone help please. I had a miscarriage in October and I'm scared it's happening again x

Lovelilies Fri 13-Jan-17 21:25:03

A bfp is a bfp. It's difficult when you have had a Mc to not worry, but there is really nothing you can do except wait and see.
I was once told by a midwife that "if the foetus is healthy, there's not a lot you can do to shift it" so carry on as though you are pregnant (vitamins, food etc) and hope for the best 💐

Kazzyg88 Fri 13-Jan-17 21:30:59

Thank you lovelilies x

Lovelilies Sun 15-Jan-17 14:49:24

How are you OP?

Kazzyg88 Sun 15-Jan-17 18:10:57

I am pregnant. Did a test today and it was a definite positive. Everything is a bit achey down there and going to call docs in the morning x

Lovelilies Sun 15-Jan-17 19:06:35

Excellent news smile
Brightened up my shitty day 😂

Lovelilies Sun 15-Jan-17 19:07:10

Aches and pains are good. It's things 'settling in' for the duration x

Kazzyg88 Sun 15-Jan-17 19:08:25

Oh no. Bad day not good. What happened x

Lovelilies Sun 15-Jan-17 19:53:32

Jut DP deciding his parents are more important then the DC and Me 😒
It's an ongoing saga! Onwards and upwards!
Good luck with the pregnancy 💐

haveacupoftea Sun 15-Jan-17 19:55:37

The aches and pains are all part of it. Good luck with your pregnancy

MouseLove Sun 15-Jan-17 19:56:57

When you call your docs ask for a midwife appointment for booking in. The doctor won't need to see you. Straight to midwife at around 8 weeks. Congratulations!!

Kazzyg88 Sun 15-Jan-17 20:00:36

Oh no lovelilies thats poo. Thank you ladies x

Kazzyg88 Mon 16-Jan-17 06:43:07

Here it is ladies x

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