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#31 of 39 Old 09-20-2010, 07:49 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Went in to see a nurse at the local health department and told her all my symptoms and that my last period was really funky and not normal and how I wasnt able to get any + hpts with my chemical pregnancy and was only able to confirm pregnancy via blood test and she told me that 1- there was no such thing as a chemical pregnancy and that I was basically never pregnant (I wanted to punch her in the face)... and that they would only test me if I had missed more than two periods in a row completely.... If I am indeed pregnant and get lucky enough to miss the next three periods and not have any bleeding during the pregnancy then I will be around 20 weeks by the time they get around to seeing me and confirming the pregnancy! I am so mad... but there isnt a thing I can do but wait

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I didn't have any, really - I was just exhausted.
Pretty much this for this pregnancy. Mild nausea and HUNGRY.

For DS throwing up 2x daily.
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Went in to see a nurse at the local health department and told her all my symptoms and that my last period was really funky and not normal and how I wasnt able to get any + hpts with my chemical pregnancy and was only able to confirm pregnancy via blood test and she told me that 1- there was no such thing as a chemical pregnancy and that I was basically never pregnant (I wanted to punch her in the face)... and that they would only test me if I had missed more than two periods in a row completely.... If I am indeed pregnant and get lucky enough to miss the next three periods and not have any bleeding during the pregnancy then I will be around 20 weeks by the time they get around to seeing me and confirming the pregnancy! I am so mad... but there isnt a thing I can do but wait

I hate being ignored...

sorry to hear that. i hate being ignored also! good luck!!!

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At 5-6 weeks I think it was a stuffy nose, feeling feverish, some food aversion, strange taste in mouth (sort of metallic, especially on the inside of my lower lip), and general "weird" feeling around stomach area.

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Absolutely exhausted.
Absolutely starving.
Breast tenderness
Acne on my face (with the first two, not with the third)
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sorry to hear that. i hate being ignored also! good luck!!!
Thank you. I have between a 5-12 day (including today) period where I should be expecting to have (or not have) AF.... after that I am going to go get a blood test elsewhere... I found a place that will do it for $39. Hopefully they are quick about getting the results back because I want to know asap lol.
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5 weeks= Sore nipples, some very slight underlying dizziness, having to pee a lot

6 weeks= full blown nausea, fatigue (this is based on my other two pregnancies. I'd rather not repeat those symptoms this time.)

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I'm also in my 5th week now. I was also pregnant in April and remember having VERY sore breasts, but nothing like that now. I'm also in MUCH better shape physically this time. I took a pilates class yesterday and felt GREAT! I think the exercising is really helping me feel better. I'm also hula hooping, which is very interesting. I'm not sure I'll be able to do it all the time, but I like feeling my baby while I'm exercising.

My appetite has certainly grown and at about 2 or 3pm each day I MUST HAVE A NAP. I've had a little trouble sleeping through the night since I'm peeing more often. I also have some pain here and there in my pelvis/abdomen, but otherwise not much yet. Still SOOOOO EXCITED

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I had mild breast tenderness, but that's it.
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