(Closed) Chemical Pregnancy

posted 4 years ago in TTC
Post # 2
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Helper bee

CanadianBride456:  I’m so sorry:( I was really excited for you. I have not had a CP before, but wanted to offer my condolences. Take care

Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I’m so sorry 🙁 i’ve had two CPs.  My period started about two or three days after I got a negative HPT.

 

Post # 4
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Newbee

CanadianBride456:  This is only based from what I’ve read. I read that after a chemical pregnancy, most women’s cycle will continue on as the typical 28 days. 

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee

CanadianBride456:  I’ve not had a CP before so have nothing to add, but wanted to stop by and say that I’m so sorry to hear this. :/ Sending you sticky baby dust for next cycle!

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

CanadianBride456:  Ugh, I am so sorry. They just plain suck. Don’t feel stupid! All TTCers get excited over a BFP! With my CP, we tried again the following month. Best of luck to you!

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I’m so sorry!  With my CP, bleeding started the day that the digital ClearBlue turned negative.  But the lines on the FRER had been getting lighter for two days before that, so I kind of knew it was coming, even before the negative test. Don’t feel stupid for getting excited…you had a positive test, and that’s something to be excited about!  Take care of yourself, bee!  FX that you get a sticky one soon!

Post # 8
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

CanadianBride456:  I am so sorry.  Big Hugs.  I have not had one before, but other bees have said the month after you can be very fertile.  I can only imagine how hard it can be emotionally, make sure you take care of yourself.  FX for your future attempts but I understand your hesitency to jump back in.

Post # 9
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

I think the general consensus is that you can start trying again right away, or as soon as you feel comfortable.  Even for my miscarriage at 8 weeks, the doctors suggested only needing to wait one cycle.  And I think that was mostly for dating purposes, honestly.

Post # 10
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I’m so sorry. Don’t feel stupid for feeling excited–anyone TTC would feel excited and then disappointed with a chemical pregnancy. It means whatever it means to you; you feel how you feel, and you should take care to accept and validate those feelings for yourself.

CPs are common (as much as 50-75% chance, depending on your age) and although everyone is different, most of the time, the body moves on kind of quick–most women don’t even realize they’ve had one if they’re not TTC and might have a period that’s slightly off, but be regular by the next cycle. So in terms of health, unless you have some sort of medical condition and your OB tells you otherwise, you don’t have to change a thing in your TTC plans. You can start trying again tomorrow, if you want. 

Post # 11
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Helper bee

I got pregnant immediately after my chemical pregnancy. Losing the first pregnancy was devastating and I was so scared when I got pregnant again. It is such a painful process. Even though it was only a few days, from the moment you get that BFP, you start to dream and make plans and, suddenly, all those dreams and plans vanish. Right now you may miss the baby that never had a proper chance but it will get better. My Dear Daughter, with whom I got pregnant the month after my chemical, is happily sleeping in her room right now and I could not imagine not having exactly her. It doesn’t make sense but I’m happy I lost the first pregnancy because my Dear Daughter is just perfect in every single way, she is the little girl we were meant to get.

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

Never ever feel stupid for being happy! So sorry you’re going through this. I got my first BFP on a thursday, I was late, but spotting immediately. I thought that was normal (silly me). By the following Monday my period was full force. So if you tested early, you probably have a few days after AF should have arrived to start the bleeding. Hang in there!

Post # 15
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

Noooooo!! I am so sorry!!!!!! I literally could have written this post a week ago. I was DEVASTATED!!! Seeing postive tests for the first time in my life, I was OVER THE MOON. I couldn’t have been happier. and to have it taken away after only 4 days…..I cried for a long time. It doesn’t matter how long you were pregnant, it doesn’t make it easy! I starting bleeding about two days after all my negative tests. I started using OPK’s way earlier than I normally would just in case it messes with this cycle, but every doctor and person has told me, there is no need to wait after a chemical pregnancy (for anything other than emotional reasons). I’ve also heard the rumor that you’re extra fertile after one, so I am hoping that’s true. I know stories go both ways, but i’ve read so many of women having chemical pregnancies then the following month getting pregnant again with their sticky baby. So as much as I never want to go through that again either (who would!!!) the idea of putting off TTC even longer, I just can’t do that. Feel free to PM me if you want someone to talk to!! As I just went through this exact thing and I know it’s so hard 🙁 I will be thinking of you!

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