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Eleven months and one scare
britt321 posted:
So, my husband and I have been trying for our first baby since March 2013. Usually I'm around 35 days between my periods on the dot, but last month I was 17 days late. It was really heavy too. Has anyone else experienced this type of thing while TTC?
hellohello786 responded:

you might have has a early miscarriage.

My period was 7 days late and i took a test on the day my period was due and i had a bfp.

8 days after i found out i was pregnant i started bleeding was really heavy with strong back pain.

went to the doctors said i had miscarried and to treat it as i would treat a period.

allot of women miscarry very early on and they dont even know about it.
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