Well took another hpt the other day and it came back positive again. We are still trying not to get to excited about it, but I'm having a lot more symptoms this time around. I'm gonna try to get in to my doctor as soon as I can to see what's going on. Here's hoping, right?
Hey jenasci..first off congrats on the 2nd positive..fingers crossed that all goes superbly for you.. I understand perfectly about not wanting to get excited I am in the exact same boat right now.. I still have barely any symptoms and I am 6w2d along today and I am terrified of going to the OB tomorrow..I called in and voiced my fears and they asked me to come in and we will be going to u/s..although I've been wanting to know I am so scared that the news will be bad..on top of that my throat has been so sore for the last few days and this morning I noticed little red bumps in the back of it so I'm worried about that too.. I would say (in your case) that you shouldn't worry too much because you say you have symptoms so that is always a good sign..symptoms usually means elevating levels of HCG.. GL to all of us and I hope we all three get to take this journey together..
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