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An_253377 posted:
This was all a surprise for me. I'm 29, my husband (also 29) and I are trying to conceive our first child. Long story short, got off the pill in December, cycles were good, everything was fine (no history of STD's and all my pelvic exams and pap smears have had good results) ...until then. The first day of my last period was 5/23/13, did two home pregnancy tests (EPT) around the end of July and they came out negative. Despite the fact that I had some symptoms: mild cramping and backaches that came and went with frequent urination and bloating. I had light spotting. I freaked at first then (yes did some medical googling...I'm uninsured due to being in a new job...lost my old job) and from what I found out it seemed like I was okay. I did another home pregnancy test (First Response) in mid-august and that came out positive...only to start cramping and bleeding a few days later. I went to the bathroom at work and saw that I passed this golf ball sized blob that was mix of cream and red in color. Since then I haven't passed anything else except some small blood clots and I stopped bleeding a few days ago. Does this mean I had a blighted ovum or could this mean something else?
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