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Posted 20 November 2012 - 02:13 PM
Af is normally longer and with much more blood than this cycle.
I only had spotting really, it reached the pad but I could have used the same pad all day if I wanted( but didn't or wouldn't lol).
Also there is normally some little clots etc and the spotting normally starts around day 4 and continues for a few days.
I have been feeling constantly sick but thought I might not be eating enough food, been eating healthy for over a year now and am slowly eating less food, which is a good thing. But have increased my food intake and still continue to be
I did vomit on the drive to the plane on Wednesday morning and have not been car sick since forever!
Have tested and got neg but when I looked the next day there was a 2nd pink line which don't matter. But normally a 2nd line won't show, no matter how long I keep it
Have a dr appt for 2:30 so will ask for a blood test. Also I chart and when I had af??? My temp was still above the cover line and took a few days to go down but it kinda still isn't quite right.
I just want to know why I feel sick all the time so I can either except it or find out how to stop it.
With my first, He was a month early but full term so i was told I must have been preg and still had a period. My 2nd we were trying and I got a bfp at 12 dpo.
Posted 20 November 2012 - 02:20 PM
umm Have you poas if you haven't then POAS!!!! please
Posted 20 November 2012 - 03:59 PM
I did. A first response this morning but still nothing.
I saw dr and he has sent me for bloods and if that comes back neg I have a referral for an ultrasound to just check that everything is ok.
Unfortunately the lab shut at 3pm so I have to wait until tomorrow morning to go get blood taken.
Posted 22 November 2012 - 02:25 PM
Tests have come back negative.
And the couple other tests also came back normal. I have to go back to get a 21 day progesterone done sometime next week but so far everything seems fine.
Guess the short, light period is either a one off or maybe it will become normal.
Who knows, now back to waiting.
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