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August 26th, 2013, 04:00 PM
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I posted this earlier in the "Trying to Conceive Older Members" board. Was wondering if anyone here might have had experience with this?

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I'm almost 37. My mother went into perimenopause at 40. Took a test last week to assure myself that I was not pg. There really was almost no chance, DH and I did the whole 'pull & pray' thing, which has never been an issue and I didn't O until around 5 days after the last time we DTD (a whopping 2x last month).

I've been having symptoms the last 5/6 months of hitting perimenopause...cycle is short, long heavy AF, fatigue & weight gain despite exercising. Perimenopause I have read can cause false positives...anyone had an experience with this?

Did I mention the test was positive? Sorry
Thanks for any input.
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August 26th, 2013, 06:14 PM
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I was also have symptoms (or so one doctor said) of perimenopause, and yet have been pregnant twice in the last year. One miscarry and the pregnancy now. So I would say make a doctor appointment or get a blood test maybe to verify and go from there.
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