Saturday, February 11, 2006

Confusion returns

Well, I still tested negative this morning, cycle day 31, and had some pink spotting this afternoon. I think that if I do end up getting my period, it will have been after missing an implant, or being "almost pregnant", because I definitely had the signs this past week.

I have an appointment with a new OB/GYN on Monday, which was originally to be a "getting-to-know-you" appointment, then over the past few days it was going to be a "holy shit, I'm pregnant" appointment, now it may be a "am I having a failing pregnancy" appointment.

At least if it's the latter, I won't have had to look at a positive test...

9 Comments:

Anonymous Kath said...

Crap, Lisa. I'm sorry.

2/12/2006 6:05 AM  
Blogger Bronwyn said...

I'm sorry you're getting conflicting signs. If you were really having a failing pg., wouldn't you be getting at least faint positives? I just say that because in the past 20 or so cycles, I've had a few months where I was just *sure* that we had succeeded... only to get a series of neg. HPT's, followed by my period a week or so later. Sometimes I wonder if we will our bodies into being symptomatic.

Anyway, good luck at the OB/GYN tomorrow. Hopefully the doctor will be able to shed some light as to what's going on.

2/12/2006 9:13 AM  
Blogger Lisa P. said...

You might be right, Bronwyn; however I've never been able to will myself into having those uterine pulls/twinges before -- except when I've been pregnant. Of course, maybe over the course of the past year, I've taught myself a new trick! :) I know, it's probably unlikely that I was. It's easier on my mind to think that anyway.

2/12/2006 9:36 AM  
Blogger Lorem ipsum said...

I'm concentrating on the fact that you didn't know when you ovulated, and your body may have been gearing up and ovulated late, if at all. I'm with Bronwyn; you should have seen a positive by now.

Still, I am so frustrated for you. So very sorry. (((((hugs))))

2/12/2006 9:59 AM  
Anonymous thalia said...

Sorry this didn't work out. It's always so so hard to let go of Hope at the end of a cycle, particularly when you've had such good signalling.

2/12/2006 1:33 PM  
Blogger Em said...

I'm sorry about the cycle. Hope the appointment proves fruitful.

2/13/2006 1:51 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

Sorry this is such a rollercoaster:( I hope the new doctor hassomethhing useful to contribute.

2/14/2006 2:11 AM  
Anonymous Kath said...

Curious how the doctor's appoitment went. Hope you're OK.

2/14/2006 2:55 AM  
Blogger cat said...

Hope the Dr. appointment went ok and you were able to shed a bit of light on what is going on.

*hugs*

2/14/2006 10:23 AM  

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