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I'm pregnant...

I haven't had a regular cycle since having my daughter, first because of the IUD we assumed and I've had that out for a year now. I've been feeling some symptoms so I took a hpt last week and it was negative, the symptoms haven't gone away so this morning I took one again and it's positive. The results are a little faint, but it's positive. I have an appointment on the 15th with my OB/GYN anyway (we were going to start discussing fertility options---stimulate ovulation) so obviously I'm not expecting this to be an exact science but I was wondering 2 things
1. Anyone else get pregnant without a regular cycle?
2. How far along am I?
Since it was negative a week ago, and a little faint positive today I am going to venture right around 4 weeks, does this sound right?

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Asked by Anonymous at 3:15 AM on Oct. 7, 2010 in Pregnancy

Answers (6)
  • I had regular periods my whole womanhood life until having my second baby. That was 2.5 years ago and they are still off. I've just accepted it. I've always gotten pregnant on the first try so I don't anticiapte any problems when I ttc later on next year.

    Answer by Anonymous at 3:19 AM on Oct. 7, 2010

  • my guess would be about 3 to 4 weeks...congradulations.

    Answer by kaitybuggsmomma at 3:20 AM on Oct. 7, 2010

  • about 2 or 3 weekss

    Answer by amy203 at 3:25 AM on Oct. 7, 2010

  • I never had a regular cycle.... I have 4 kids. 20, 17, 15 and 4.
    Katherine R.

    Answer by Katherine R. at 7:25 AM on Oct. 7, 2010

  • I have never really had a regular cycle either. I usually just try to keep track of it on a calendar. It doesn't always help though. Congrats on your new baby!

    Answer by Codysmom2106 at 7:56 AM on Oct. 7, 2010

  • ii have regular cycles & always have. so i have no answer.. lol but i just wanted to tell you congrat!

    Answer by aangelmommie03 at 10:40 AM on Oct. 7, 2010

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