hi i am new to this site and just wanted some advise really, i am on my 3rd ivf cycle i had 2 embies put back both grade 2 have been on pogesterone pesseries since et af arrrrived on thursday but when i went to the clinic on friday i had a bfp but have been bleeding since.
Sat there was a few drops every time i went to the loo and i had back ache then sun was a lot heavier with some clotts but no pain, then today done another test was still positive bleeding is still quite heavy no clotts again no pain.
i have been on the phone to my clinic everyday giving them an update of how i am but i cant seem to get a definate answer of whether i am miscarrying or not???? they have made an appointment for a scan on friday but its seems such a long time away!
does anyone know or have any ideas on how long after a miscarriage do you still get a positive on a hpt for?
is it possible to only miscarry 1 embie??
how much blood can you loose and sill be pg???
the not knowing of what is going on inside is just terrible i dont know what to do for the best i have been resting since friday when i found out bfp in the vain hope i would be able to save our little ones but now im beginning to think perhaps i should go back to work and let nature take its course in that if they are gonna go they will anyway regardless of what i do????
i have been pg once before and had no bleeding what so ever throughout pg unfortunately she was very poorly and became our angel shortly after birth.
dear oneday - how are you going on? been there - had a successful ivf/icsi and had a healthy baby girl born last year - just tried again and lost my second baby at 5wks 2 days - had heavy bleeding -
I know exactly how you are feeling. I am on the same boat. Just you are lucky if you got a blood tests. My NHS refused. Instead they told me to wait till scan. I am going on Monday. Keep fingers crossed for you and for me.
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