Ultrasound in the morning, and blood work

Dr. P called back and we chatted about what was going on. She said that sometimes progesterone can give you bad pains that feel like the REALLY bad pains. She also said it’s too early to be symptomatic for a tubal pregnancy, but she wants to do an ultrasound just in case, and to see what’s going on in there. I had some spotting that was maroonish mixed with brown but I’m back to brown again. It might be too early to see anything on the ultrasound. It’s normal to have spotting as long as it’s not bright red, so I’m trying to remain calm. I’m also getting my beta that was scheduled for Friday tomorrow morning. Adam is coming with me. It’s going to be in the far away satellite, so I had to tell work I wouldn’t be in until 10 am-ish. Also, no sexy times. I’m fine with that, not quite in the mood at this time.. haha.

So that’s the scoop. I’m sorry for the ladies who aren’t pregnant yet to be reading this. I feel like I sound crazy! I just didn’t expect any of this and the pains were so bad.

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2 thoughts on “Ultrasound in the morning, and blood work

  1. unplannedinfertility says:

    So glad Dr. Plante was able to quell some of your fears. I only met her while she was up my hoo-ha doing my ET, but she’s a total sweetheart. You don’t sound crazy, any of us would be just as nervous about it. Try and live around the worry. I’m sure you’re doing everything you can (essentially nothing, except avoiding high risk behaviors) to keep your peppercorn safe!

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  2. mmkrn says:

    I’m so sorry you’re feeling so crappy! Hopefully tomorrow will give you some peace of mind. I have my ultrasound in the morning as well, so I hope and pray we will both be posting great news!!

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