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Old 07-20-12, 11:09 AM
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Just found out this week. My period is due in 3 days and I'm still worried she will show. I am 3 weeks and 5 days. I've use 6 pregnancy tests and all have come back positive. It doesn't seem real yet. Maybe if my period doesnt show it will ?
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Old 07-21-12, 01:29 AM
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If they have all came back positive, don't wait around for your period to show up, because it probably won't, lol. Go to the dr or health dept to confirm it asap so you can get on prenatals and have baby monitored. I recently had my first and it didnt seem "real" until i was in labor lol. Good luck with everything!
 
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Thank you! I already started the prenatals. I've already made the Dr's appointments too. At my office, they dont see you until 10 weeks :\
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ohhh gotcha. thats weird lol. well you're doing the right thing, already a natural mother
 
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Good for you for starting prenatals. I think it's really important to increase your folic acid intake.

Here in Toronto, ob/gyn doesn't see you till 10 weeks either but if you have a family doctor, or can see one in even a walk in clinic, they can do a blood test to confirm it right away.

Congrats and good luck!
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