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Asked by beautiful73

Q: Hi, I just got a negative result on clearblue digital test at dpo. :-( Should I give up hope?

Today is my 1st wedding anniversary and feel so sad and not in the mood to celebrate with my husband.. I had a miscarriage in February and left my job in the hope that I will get pregnant quicker... Anybody in the same situation, some advice will be helpful? Thanks

This question was asked May. 8, 2012 2:23am
Category: Getting Ready - Emotionally

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Answered by Skyblueboston - May. 14, 2012 1:17pm
Don't give up yet at least one more week to see what happens.enjoy your time with hubby you must stay strong and don't forget to include lots of fun!

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Answered by beautiful73 - May. 8, 2012 3:38pm
Thank you and I feel like I have reached a cross road and I feel my clock is ticking on one side as we are trying to start our family in our 40's and on the other hand I am thinking may be I should go back to work so that I don't get too obsessed for a positive result every cycle.

I will keep praying that all who is trying get positive hpt soon :-)

Baby dust to all ladies and we all started a journey together and it is great encouragement to get support when you feel crushed when the pregnancy result is negative..



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Answered by imatestingfool - May. 8, 2012 6:52am
(((Hugs)))

I had a miscarriage when I was trying to conceive my second child. I know exactly how you feel...I just couldn't focus on ANYTHING but getting pregnant again. I hope your time is soon!

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Answered by beautiful73 - May. 8, 2012 6:21am
Thank you so much ladies for all the messages and will definitely go out and celebrate the anniversary. I am using already the clearblue ovulation kit and it does help to identify the ovulation date and peak period. I will keep hoping until I get my period. Baby dust to all future mums.

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Answered by starbird - May. 8, 2012 4:48am
Your not out yet and like others said 10dpo is still good. I know how hard it is to take your mind off of wanting something so bad but keeping that bond between you and hubby is so very important and it sounds like you need a bit of a distraction. You guys should go out to a nice dinner, take in a movie, maybe even go to a fancy jewlery store and hint out a nice anniversay braclet lol anything to get you out of the house and get your mind thinking about something else :-) Sending baby dust to ya and hope this cycle ends with a big nice bfp!

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Answered by Elram - May. 8, 2012 3:50am
10dpo is still very early! Some ladies only start getting faint positives from 14dpo, some even later! So you are still in the game! Wait a week and test again! Baby dust!

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Answered by Maggie22 - May. 8, 2012 2:52am
It took me 6 months to get pregnant! I thought it would never happen, everyone around me was falling pregnant within 3 months. I was getting quite worried so i decided to BBT and use an OPK every morning and every afternoon, i know this may seem excessive but my cycles were really irregular and i had no idea when or if i was ovulating. I would suggest you try this, it worked for my :) goodluck

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Answered by Destiny - May. 8, 2012 2:33am
No don't give up hope and if you know what's best for your relationship you will go celebrate with your hubby so making a baby doesn't become a chore... it will happen and you could very well still be pg... keep your head up... best wishes I am pulling for you!!!

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Answered by beautiful73 - May. 8, 2012 2:25am
I forgot to mention I am at 10 dpo...

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