Hi! I was here briefly in the beginning (two days) but had what looked like a miscarriage and a month later I got a bfp that put me in the Sept DDC. I went to the ER yesterday for dizziness and after they checked everything out they gave me an ultrasound which said I was 15 weeks, rather than the 10 that I thought So, apparently, I either didn't miscarry or I had concieved twins and lost one (or the US was way off and I'm crashing your club for no reason). If I am really here (I'm having a hard time believing it) then I'm 'due' on Aug 2! I'll know more after I see an ob though and do a repeat US. Cheers mamas!
wow mama! How incredibly frustrating for you! When will you know for sure what the heck is going on?!
Jill, mama to three fiery girlies and a sweet baby boy: Grace, 11.30.2005, Ayla, 3.22.2008, Norah 9.5.09, Reed 8.19.11 & dfs Gage 2.29.12 x4
Welcome back! How exciting to be further along than you thought. We're due date buddies. (I conceived Nov 9th with IVF...is that about the right conception date for you? I saw your other post, and almost posted about it maybe not being a miscarriage...but your dates are a bit confusing to me, too!)
#1 born after IVF.
Oh, and another thing I was going to add...it might have been some impressive post-implantation spotting. Perhaps your lining was super, super thick and needed to shed a bit? Anyway, welcome, welcome!
#1 born after IVF.
I had a similar experience, had what I thought was AF in Nov. Thought I got pg in Dec, then went on the gush blood for two days, thought I had a m/c only to find out I was still pg. And then I went in for an u/s when i thought I was 8 weeks only to be closer to 12. Turns out that I had to of been pg during what felt very much like AF. Who knows but I understand your confusion!
First tri u/s are the most accurate but still possible to be off by a week or so even then. Congrats on jumping ahead though!
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