Have you posted on your Facebook page about your pregnancy? If so, you undoubtedly received many "likes" and congratulatory comments. But if, heaven forbid, you had a pregnancy loss, would you post about it on Facebook?
I have to explain why I am so concerned about being pregnant. A couple days after my boyfriend and I broke up I wanted to start taking my medication for my skin, which causes birth defects. Just as precaution I took a pregnancy test... to my surprise it came out positive. (Monday 9th)
Later that night I had a negative test. He treated me like I made the whole thing up!
The next morning a negative test. (Tuesday 10th)
The nurse wanted me to come in for a blood pregnancy test. (Tuesday Afternoon)
I'm 38 and have 2 kids which are 7 years apart as we tried for years to have our 2nd and had many miscarriages. My miscarriages were mostly very early losses. Eventually fertility drugs did the trick and we had baby # 2 in Dec. 07.
About a year ago I found out I was pregnant for the very first time. That morning I had told my husband that I thought I was pregnant and he just waved it off, not really believing me. To his defense I had thought this or that must be pregnancy for a little while before that. I had been so worried about getting pregnant before my wedding. However my wedding had just passed and i just knew that I was pregnant this time.
My wife is Five weeks five days and shes spotting throughout the entire day. I not sure do I take her to the er or is it normal for that to happen.
Chemical pregnancies are fairly common and many times a woman will discover that she has indeed experienced an early miscarriage.
I have been actively ttc for 1 year now and my period was 6 days late. I was still waiting to test, but on day 6 of being late I started spotting and by the early morning of day 7, my period had started. I had cramps worse than normal and passed several small clots that were a grayish color.