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Hello. my bf and i had a mishap and i later missed my period. started feeling a bit nauseated and extremely tired and dizzy. took a pregnancy test and it was a slight positive. took another one of a different brand and it looked more positive than the previous one. next day had two negative digital tests, then the following day had a negative urine at doctor (which was explained that its the same as doing a home test), following day had a neg blood qualitative, that night i had mucousy brownish discharge, this morning i have lots of cramping and light bloody discharge. this does not feel like my period which has been M.I.A for the past 6 days. i have very regular 26 day cycles with no cramping what so ever. i was extremely nauseated and vomited yesterday morning which is rare for me. i never had an ounce of morning sickness with my daughter. the advise nurse i spoke with yesterday said something about a chemical pregnancy. the one today makes it sound like because the blood test was negative. i was never pregnant. i've heard of false positives, but on two different brands in the same night and no period? i luckily have an appointmnet in about an hour. ive just never heard of chemical pregnancies, but have heard of ectopic. i'm guessing they are different? is it possible to test positieve then by the time i go to doctors its negative? there had been 3 days in between getting the positive result and getting blood test. ive seen online that the qualitative blood test just gives a neg or pos and not the amount of hcg present if any. could i really have been pregnant?
It does sound somewhat like a chemical pregnancy I had in the past. Unfortunately there's no way to really PROVE you've had a chemical pregnancy, but the fact that you haven't had heavy cramps or bleeding makes me think it could have been chemical and not an early miscarriage.
non-vaxing, non-circing, co-sleeping, baby-wearing, attachment-parenting my babies