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surviver25019
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I'm trying for pregnancy since a year and 3months ago, July 2019 I'm took my HSG test and report was clear my both tubes were health as they said :( then October 25,2019 i had a severe pain in lower abdomen in right side, me and my husband thought i had a Appendix and i went for operate, when i reached in emergency and they took my pelvic ultrasound tgey got to know that i had a reputered ectopic pregnancy and immediately done my surgery and removed my right tube and then 3 months before i had regular periods after surgery but now 26 February 2020 I'm missed my periods till 1st of March i thought I'm pregnant I'm sooooo excited and took a pregnancy strip test in morning and results NEGATIVE :( I'm very disappointed and after passage of hours ago i had cramps and start slightly bleeding and now I'm freaking out what's this is it periods or what ?????
Kindly suggest me whats should i doo ??
I really need to get pregnant :'( :'( Hard time for me

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Dear surviver25019,
I am so sorry to hear of your ectopic pregnancy and loss,
Sadly I am not medically trained so cannot give you specific advice on your symptoms.
This could be your due period as although you mention you are late for your period, doctors normally consider menstrual cycles of between 23-42 days to be within normal parameters.
Having said this if the bleeding or pain is different to normal or you feel unwell, please seek urgent medical advice.
Sending much love,
Karen x

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surviver25019
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Post by surviver25019 »

Thankyou so much :)
I'll definitely do this :)

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