Stupid Me! Help Ladies - some reassurance...

Discussion in 'First Trimester' started by mrskb, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. mrskb

    mrskb Well-Known Member

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    Hi Ladies

    I am 10 weeks pregnant. I have had scans at 6 weeks and 8 weeks and have one booked for next week.

    I suffered a missed miscarriage in September 2011 so am super sensitive and paranoid.

    I still have my symptoms and no pain or bleeding but stupidly POAS this afternoon and the line was prominent and came up immediately before the control but was a lot fainter than the lines have neen at say 6 and 8 weeks.

    Is this normal due to high levels of HCG and being 10 weeks or do you think I am heading for another loss :(

    xx
     
  2. leesey

    leesey Well-Known Member

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    You know you were a numpty to go and do that don't you?!!

    Remember you can get a different shade of line even throughout the day, depending on how much you've had to drink, when you last went to the toilet etc.

    Stop torturing yourself!! xx
     
  3. knopk@

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    I had that i think at 8 weeks - lines got more faint. I have a 5,5 month old now. Dont fret!

    sent from my Galaxy s2
     
  4. mrskb

    mrskb Well-Known Member

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    Thanks girls

    Yes I am a big numpty!

    x
     
  5. kirstymichelle

    kirstymichelle Well-Known Member

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    Yes by 12 weeks then i believe that hcg fades out of the urine so this would explain why x x x
     

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