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No idea what is going on

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BelleBeauty82 Wed 10-May-17 11:17:50

I need some help! I hope I am posting this in the right place.

Following a healthy son and then two 12 week miscarriages last year, I have had a chemical pregnancy in Jan, March, April and I have just tested again this morning at 27dpo and have a faint positive. As with the previous 3 chemicals, I am just waiting for bleeding to start next week as I only have a faint line and zero symptoms.

Is it normal to have this many chemicals in a row? I am now beginning to wonder if I am one of those people who is pregnant and still having periods?! I have never tested after a period, only when period is due. Or could I have some tissue retained from a previous pregnancy.

I'm goring crazy here. Do I go to docs and ask for a blood test or will they say I'm being dramatic?

Justmadeperfectflapjacks Wed 10-May-17 11:22:28

I had 3 chemicals in a row last year but got a negative test the day the bleeding started. .
I would see a doctor for a blood test to put your mind at rest. .
Sorry for your losses. . flowers

Maggy74653 Wed 10-May-17 11:30:56

Have you tried taking baby aspirin? Someone I know had a child, then multiple miscarriages, went on baby aspirin which can be recommended for recurrent miscarriage and got (and stayed) pregnant the very next month.

Maggy74653 Wed 10-May-17 11:31:33

Sorry, I realised that was a little blunt and to the point, so sorry for your loses xx

BelleBeauty82 Wed 10-May-17 11:49:10

Maggy would I be too late to start taking it today?

10storeylovesong Wed 10-May-17 13:51:51

I had 3 chemicals then a miscarriage at 6 weeks last year, in 6 months. I got my bfp again in Jan and started taking baby aspirin and was prescribed progesterone and am currently 19 weeks with baby looking healthy so far. Good luck with this pregnancy

BelleBeauty82 Wed 10-May-17 14:11:45

Thank you. I've just popped my first baby aspirin and have actually received my appointment today for the recurrent miscarriage clinic so fingers crossed it won't be needed!

TheLegendOfBeans Wed 10-May-17 14:13:11

Hey Belle come join us if you fancy and sending good wishes x

www.mumsnet.com/Talk/pregnancy/2913371-Staying-posifrickentive-Thread-16-for-ladies-pg-after-mc

It's a lifesaver for the perennially nervous x

BelleBeauty82 Sat 13-May-17 15:48:08

Thanks everyone. My test is looking a bit darker today so I'm trying so hard to stay positive. 16dpo. Although using a frer I would still expect it to be darker. Always something to stress about.

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