Wow, so much has happened this weekend! Bonita, I am so sorry you are going through this. What a nightmare it is to not know what the heck is going on. Good luck with your appointment tomorrow. I'll be keeping everything crossed that it will be a positive appointment. I don't think it's weird to go in for an u/s while you are spotting/bleeding. I've had soooo many u/s where I was either on my period or m/c. Doctors are used to it and you shouldn't be embarassed at all. Please KUP asap!! ((((((((HUGS)))))))))
I agree with Jina. Or rather, I used to think that anything like that (getting any sort of gyno exam while on my period) was embarrassing, but now I've had so many exams and u/s while I was bleeding from my m/cs that I'm kind of over it. Like Jina said, I'm sure that doctors are used to it and don't think it's weird or gross.
(((HUGS)))) I'm so sorry that you can't get in until tomorrow. I know how hard waiting must be. (((HUGS)))) Everything crossed for a positive appt tomorrow.
Please update us tomorrow as soon as you can. Are you having any pain at all?
No pain. Last night I had cramps, but nothing too bad. I have had 4 other miscarriages, so I would say I am not even bleeding enough to call this AF, let alone a miscarriage. Right now I am not in any pain at all and just heavy spotting.
I know it is foolish to get excited, but I am. Not about this month, I am pretty sure that not going to end well, but for the future. If it happened once, you would think that somehow the tube has healed and I could get pg at some point in the future. That is of course that it is not in the tube and that the tube does not need to be removed. I do not think that is the case though because the cramping that I have had is in the center, not to my side. Hopefully tomorrow will bring some answers. I will update when I get home.
Assuming that it turns out that you are having a m/c (still hoping for good news on that front) would you ever consider getting your tubes "un-tied" to make it easier?
I'm glad to hear that at least you are not in pain.
No, I would not have tubal reversal surgery. I had my tubes tied for a good reason. I have had gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, PROM, low progesterone, several miscarriages, IUGR, PIH, and three preemie babies. However if I were to get pg after having my tubes tied, and were to be pg with a sticky been I would take that as a sign it was meant to be. I would be delighted, however I do not think it is wise to try to undo the tubal as that is risky as well often leading to miscarriage and tubal pregnancies.
I am still not in any pain, but I have started to pass large clots. I am thinking that means I am m/cing naturally. This is good news to me because I think that means it was not a tubal. I think it also means it might be possible to get pg in the future.
If nothing else it was exciting to get a positive pg test one last time, and to be able to tell DH one last time that I had gotten a positive pg test. (Although we can hope it is not the last time)
I'm really glad to hear that if you had to have a m/c, at least it probably wasn't a tubal pregnancy. (((Hugs)))) I hope that you have a good appointment today, and that you are holding up okay.
So I am back from the doctor. Of course the urine test at the doctors office was neg because I have been bleeding since Sunday. He did a blood test there in his office but I will not know anything until the results from that come back. He said that he just couldn't believe I had been pg so he did not do anything but the blood test. If the blood test comes back that I was pg, I guess we will go from there.
That is what I posted on the DYSAL board. Although I know I am not pg any more, I am really hoping the blood test shows positive so that I can get some answers. Otherwise I will never trust the tubal again.