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Postby Mommy2twins » Sun Jun 07, 2015 10:40 pm

Hi everyone- After feeling quite nauseous, yet hungry from 8-10dpiui (natural cycle), I decided to test. I got a BFP on a blue dye test on 10dpiui. I took a FRER on 11dpiui to confirm and it was a clear BFP. I posted the test (sorry for the blurriness). Throughout that day though, my symptoms completely disappeared. No more nausea, sore bbs, backache. I'm going for a blood test in the morning (12piui), but at this point, I'm not feeling optimistic. Did anyone have disappearing symptoms but have the pregnancy turn out ok?
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Re: Chemical?

Postby Yelibaby » Mon Jun 08, 2015 9:26 pm

Symptoms come and go, don't start worrying just yet. Congrats on your bfp and hope your bw comes back great. Feel free to join us in the February ddc.
Me: 31
DH: 29
TTC #1 since OCT 2014. After 1 year Nuvaring.

BFP Feb. 15, 2015 - MC at 7 weeks
BFP Apr 2015 - cp
BFP May 24th, 2015 (My bday - 9dpo)


Beta 10dpo - 35// 12dpo - 100// 14dpo - 255// 17dpo - 1186.4// 21dpo - 7763.4

Progesterone 10dpo - 56.4 (oral progesterone)
Progesterone 14dpo - 61.3 (vaginal supplements and shot)

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Re: Chemical?

Postby amlobo » Wed Jun 10, 2015 2:01 pm

A lot of women don't get any symptoms that early on, so I wouldn't worry. I didn't get symptoms until I was closer to 6 weeks pregnant, and even then, not many severe symptoms. And, things are going just fine with my pregnancy thus far :) Good luck!
Me (Amanda): 31
DH: 32

July 2014: Missed M/C at 11 weeks, measured 7w4d
January 2015: BFP at 9dpo, EDD 9/19/15

DS born via c-section 9/20/15 - 8lb 9oz, 21 inches :)
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