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December 12th, 2008, 02:18 PM
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Well, time is running out for me and that BFP just isn't showing up. So I'm starting to wonder where and for what reasons all of these symptoms have shown up for.

I did have a miscarriage about four weeks ago, but I took tests from the beginning through till the end to make sure I got a BFN before I ruled out the pregnancy.

For the past two weeks I've been experiencing symptoms that would undeniably be considered a pregnancy by me. The tests just don't want to cooperate.

I've never looked into what a chemical pregnancy is, but I'm starting to wonder if that isn't what I'm experiencing. I'm due for AF anywhere between Saturday and Tuesday.

On top of my regular symptoms the last two days I have had very tingly breasts, feels like milk let down, some soreness in them too. Also, my mucus has picked up over the last couple of days. I'm 13dpo today.
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December 13th, 2008, 07:39 AM
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A chemical pregnancy is a fertilized egg that doesn't implant, or doesn't implant properly to sustain itself. Its a very early miscarriage, so early that many women who experience it don't ever realise they were actually pregnant.

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December 13th, 2008, 03:43 PM
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Ok, so it was a chemical pregnancy that I had last month. This month would not be that, all the symptoms and no BFP. I've never been one who couldn't get a positive within a reasonable time frame. AF could be due anywhere from today till Tuesday, we'll see what happens.

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