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Information needed

Postby Bethney » Mon Feb 03, 2020 7:02 am

Hi all just after some information/advice really. I’m currently five days late after my second round of fertility injections. I did a pregnancy test Friday - negative, still nothing showed so did another one Sunday night - negative. I have had no signs that my period is on it’s way like I normally have. However two weeks ago for four days consecutive I had heartburn and felt sick for the whole week. The heartburn subsided but the sickness hasn’t. Constantly feel nauseous but not sick and I have noticed that my breasts look veinier (if that makes sense). I’m also getting the odd twinge in my tummy. Just wondering if anybody else has experienced anything similar to this and what the outcome was?
Have i took the two tests too early? Or are they correct?

Thanks in advance
Bethney
 
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Re: Information needed

Postby EPT Host 20 » Mon Feb 03, 2020 9:16 pm

Dear Bethney,
I am so sorry to hear this confusing time.
Sadly as I am not medically trained and have no experience with fertility medicine, I would advise speaking to your medical team.
Sadly I do have to remind you that if you experience any unusual bleeding, abdominal pain, shoulder tip pain or feel dizzy and unwell to please seek urgent medical advice.
Sending much love,
Karen x

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