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tubal pregnancy?
blueeyebaby posted:
What are the signs/symptoms of a tubal pregnancy? Anyone know if you should still get a BFP?

I have had screwed up cycles since October when I stopped breastfeeding my DD. The last two cycles have been pretty similar although super long (50 days) with OPK saying I O around CD 23 (normal for my previous 5 week cycle) and CD38. This cycle I had spotting around CD28 (not usual) but a BFN CD36, CD39 and CD42 (wanted to be sure since I had some tenderness in my breasts, lightheadedness and little bit of cramps in my lower left abdomen) I am now on CD 46 and still having symptoms. The most worrisome is the cramping. I have had it usually around Oing on other cycles sometimes AF time but it wasn't as presistant as this is. I don't know if I should test again to see if I get a BFP or just call dr. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.

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With screwed up cycles, weird pregnancy symptoms but no BFP and a possible tubular pregnancy questions should I...
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maxkimlich responded:
my gf and i had two tubals pregnancy,,,,not fun for her at all,,,its just so hard for her,,,trying trying finally thought we were prenant and wham with tubal,,,,,i think yiu should call your dr. and get it taking care of before it get any bigger. im really sorry,,, hang in there it will happen

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