POAS Party!!! - 11/9/2012

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POAS Party!!! - 11/9/2012

TGIF, amiright?!? Biggrin

Time for our weekly POAS part!

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Please chat about testing, charting, or anything else that's on your mind.

Where is everyone in their cycle? Bonita - I am dying to know what is going on with you!

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I updated the other thread.

I just re looked at the test. The dried line is definitely there however it is very faint. Not sure what to think at this point.

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"Alissa_Sal" wrote:

Where is everyone in their cycle? Bonita - I am dying to know what is going on with you!

ME TOO!!! Biggrin

I had a lousy dr appt this week, and got a referral to an RE. Kind of upset that it's that much of a problem that I need help... Sad

How are you Alissa?

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Bonita, I know, I saw, I just mean that I can't wait to hear the final word on what is going on with you.

Susan - :bigarmhug: Sorry that you had a bad drs appointment. I hope that you are able to get the answers you need from your RE. Do you have an appt yet?

AFM - Not much going on. We are going to DH's school tonight for their talent show which I think will be a lot of fun, but other than that we don't have much planned.

Hope everyone has a great weekend!

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"Alissa_Sal" wrote:

Bonita, I know, I saw, I just mean that I can't wait to hear the final word on what is going on with you.

I am also anxious to find out what is really happening. I just went and bought 5 more dollar tests (I am the origional POAShollic). Another super faint line. These lines are all so faint though I think I am going crazy. So far no sign of AF. If today comes and goes with no AF, that will be another indication something is up. Ugg, such a rollercoaster. I wish I had someone to talk and obsess with over this. I can't talk to anyone IRL other than DH, and he is not much for obsessing.

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Well, you always have us. Biggrin

Sorry today has been so stressful. I agree with Jina on the other thread, probably part of the reason that the dollar tests are so faint is that it is not FMU. But lines, combined with a leaking breast, plus a possibly missing period all sound like a definite indicator that something is going on.

(((Hugs)))

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"Alissa_Sal" wrote:

Well, you always have us. Biggrin

Sorry today has been so stressful. I agree with Jina on the other thread, probably part of the reason that the dollar tests are so faint is that it is not FMU. But lines, combined with a leaking breast, plus a possibly missing period all sound like a definite indicator that something is going on.

(((Hugs)))

Thanks so much for the support. I know my body well enough to know something is definitely up. Like the fact that I could fall asleep sitting up at the computer even though I just took a nap. What is up, and how it will play out is what I do not know.

My major concern at this point is a tubal pregnancy. As you know I am against abortion in all situations, including a tubal pregnancy (Just for me, I would not judge someone else in that situation). That makes a tubal pregnancy an extremely dangerous situation.

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If it were a tubal pregnancy, are there other options than abortion? I didn't think there were any other options.

Edited to add: I think abortion is not the word I want. To clarify, I wouldn't even consider removing a pregnancy from your tube to save the life of the mother the same thing as "having an abortion."

Sorry, I am not at ALL trying to debate abortion with you, I just didn't want anyone else who has had a tubal to think that I am implying that they have "had an abortion" because I don't think that at all.

I was mostly just confused because I didn't think there were any other options than removal.

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"Alissa_Sal" wrote:

If it were a tubal pregnancy, are there other options than abortion? I didn't think there were any other options.

I have know other people who have had to stay within 30 minutes from a hospital, then as soon as you start to have pain go to the hospital. (Remove the tube after it ruptures). I do not know what other options there are, but I do know that my OBGYN is very pro life and will be able to give me good council. For right now I am majorly hoping/praying it will not come to that. Either that A. I am pg and the baby is nicely settling in my uterus. B. I am not pg. C. I am pg and I will mc naturally or my body will just absorb it. DH and I both agree though, that an abortion is not an option for us.

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"AlyssaEimers" wrote:

I have know other people who have had to stay within 30 minutes from a hospital, then as soon as you start to have pain go to the hospital. (Remove the tube after it ruptures). I do not know what other options there are, but I do know that my OBGYN is very pro life and will be able to give me good council. For right now I am majorly hoping/praying it will not come to that. Either that A. I am pg and the baby is nicely settling in my uterus. B. I am not pg. C. I am pg and I will mc naturally or my body will just absorb it. DH and I both agree though, that an abortion is not an option for us.

You'll be in my thoughts this weekend for a good outcome (a, b, or worst case c). Please keep us posted.

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"Alissa_Sal" wrote:

You'll be in my thoughts this weekend for a good outcome (a, b, or worst case c). Please keep us posted.

Thank you. I did want to add for clarification, if the baby died on its own, I would not have a problem having surgery to remove it, as long as it was not currently alive.

ETA - I was just reading up on this on-line and the Catholic church (I am not Catholic, but I trust they have researched the issue), has some procedures that they feel do not directly kill the baby (The baby will die anyway, but you didn't do it) that I might be ok with.

Ugg. So anyway, still no signs of AF.