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I know I haven't been posting here much and some of you might not remember me, but I'm scared and I don't know where else to turn. Even the gals on TTCAL don't really understand. After 7 chemicals, the thought of trying again horrified me, but the thought of giving up was worse. After our last chemical in November, we took a break (NTNP) and this was our first cycle trying again. The past few days I have been getting lines on IC's. I thought evaps at first but 18 out of 22 tests have lines. Even a $ store test this morning had a faint line. DH sees it and he NEVER sees lines. I am concerned though because they don't seem to be getting any darker and the test I took tonight (while I realize that my urine might not have been as concentrated) seems lighter.
DH bought some Answer tests for in the morning but I am scared to test. I'm scared that there will be a line and even more scared that there won't be. I always spot for a few days before AF (which was due today) and I've yet to see even a speck of blood. I've got tons of creamy CM (usually its EWCM just before AF) my boobs are sore and I've had heartburn and belching alot too. I am just scared and I don't know what to do. I haven't slept in two nights because my mind won't stop racing.
So I tested this morning. Even the IC is stark white. And now TMI but every time I wipe there is blood this morning. I think that pretty much clears up the mystery. They weren't evaps. Looks like this is the beginning of loss #8.