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Could i be pregnant??? Topic: Cold case shooting
May 26, 2019 / By Oran
Question: im just wondering if i mite be pregnant. i had unprotected sex (my husband and i are ttc). i had a normal period in october an then while it came on time in november (around the 2nd or 3rd) it was extremely light. i took a pregnancy test 2 days ago which is about a week after my so called period but it came back negative. . . . ive calculated dates an if i am pregnant i conceived around the 15th of october so id only be like not quite 4 weeks-could that be to early 2 get a positive result? and could that have been implantation? now i have had mild cramping off and on, and my face is breaking out but my period isn't due for another 3 weeks. also ive been extremely thirsty an while everyone else is freezing cold i am hot.... is there a chance i could still be pregnant or am i just wishing to hard? and if so when should i take another test? ?
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Leeroy Leeroy | 10 days ago
Your cycle in Novemeber more then likely was a period, albeit mild. The thing is if you had a period in October unless it was about the 24th or 25th the bleeding would not be implantation as that occurs between the 10th and 12th day. That being the case if you took a hpt 2 days ago that would put you at about day 25 days dpo and you would definitely have enough hcg in your system to register a positive hpt, even the most weak of tests. The thing is if you conceived on the 15th of october your implantation bleeding would have already passed by the 1st or 2nd. Don't mean to shoot down your hopes but in my professional opinion I'd say try this cycle as I don't think it happened yet.
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Leeroy Originally Answered: Any women pregnant with asthma or ever been pregnant with asthma?
I have asthma as well and am using a rescue inhaler without maintenance medicine. I'm seventeen weeks pregnant. So far my baby seems healthy and is hitting all the right milestones. I just wanted to say, it's not your doctor's fault if a drug is "schedule C" since such drugs cannot ethically be tested in controlled, randomized, double-blind studies. In cases where schedule C medicine is already being taken by the mother, doctors will generally weigh the risks and benefits of keeping the mother on such medication and will only take you off of it if the risks outweigh the benefits. Again, the lack of studies is not your doctor's fault since such studies cannot be done under the ethical guidelines that govern every study in this country. Such research is illegal. In this case, the benefit is you being able to breathe, so your doctor will likely not take you off the medication or try to modify it, as this can cause more problems than the risks justify. My doctor did not take me off of my inhaler either and so far everything is going great. This is the best answer you are going to get from any doctor. However, if the particular way in which your doctor handled telling you is upsetting you, then by all means get a new one. Just don't expect to get a more sure answer from another doctor, or expect a new doctor to know what effect a schedule C drug could have on your baby. The best answer any doctor can give you is that it's uncertain.
Leeroy Originally Answered: Any women pregnant with asthma or ever been pregnant with asthma?
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Leeroy Originally Answered: Any women pregnant with asthma or ever been pregnant with asthma?
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Jade Jade
You are not pregnant. Try again right now. You are approximately at the fertile stage of this month's cycle. Pregnancy tests are valid even a few days before your period is due. The fact that you got a negative a week after your "period" (whether it was or not a period) means negative it is. You are fertile 2 weeks before a period comes. Good luck!
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Jade Originally Answered: My GF is Pregnant & I need Your Help?
Those are all really great names, and they would definitely give your child something to grow into, but have you considered the meaning behind any of them? I've included links in case you'd like to look into them. Choosing a name is a difficult task. I'm 26 weeks with my first boy and for the longest time I've really loved the name Marshall... until I discovered that it means "keeper of horses". Basically it was a name made up and given to stable hands back in the day. So, even though it's a cool sounding name the meaning just doesn't sit right with me. I don't want to call my kid "horse servant" and expect him to live up to it. But back to the names you have listed. Regardless of the meaning, personally I like Nash Amundson O'Salle... I think it sounds cool together. I hope you find the perfect name for your baby, and congratulations!!!
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I would say Jay Nash O'Salle Neil O'Neal O'Salle Steven Grant O'Salle My choices if I had to make you decision.

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