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Should i worry or chill out?

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mumsie123 · 25/03/2010 11:25

Hi everyone,

last week i found i was pregnant but unfortunetly last friday (the day my period was due) i started bleeding which has continued on like a period.

i went to my GP who said she would make an appointment for the EPU, she later called and said the EPU said its far to early to do a scan etc and to take another pregnancy test in the morning, if its positive wait a week and do another etc, if negative then obviously i MC.

the next morning i did a test a digital that said noit pregnant, so really wanted to know is that it now? do i need to worry about ectopic? my bleeding has continued like a period comming to a end today, i have no more period pains.

Im prone to terrible panic attacks and anxiety and i keep getting a little worked up making myself feel ill for no reasson, and worrying about an ectopic please reassure me :-(

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mumsie123 · 25/03/2010 16:39

anyone? :-(

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chuckeyegg · 25/03/2010 16:52

The Ectopic pregnancy trust has very good information.


They have a helpline if you want to speak to them.


SaintGeoff · 25/03/2010 17:01

I'm very sorry but I think you may have experienced what is known as a 'chemical pregnancy'.

mumsie123 · 25/03/2010 17:33

Yes i think it was a chemical pregnancy, i was just woundering if there was any other worry's i should be aware of? or because my pregnancy test came back negative then the nightmare is over?

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mumsie123 · 25/03/2010 18:57

Thank you for the link, i have been reading and feel a little bit better, my doctor also said that of i have a negative test the other day they usually rule out ectopic, so im clinging to that and hope they i dont start imagining signs lol

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chuckeyegg · 25/03/2010 19:39

I'm glad you feel a bit happier.

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