Sometimes the worry is worse than any possible problem. Don't think about it in a negative way. Just take each day as it comes and do something positive for yourself. I'm sure your test will be fine and all your worries were for nothing. Someone wiser than I said something to the effect that hours and hours of worrying will not add one single second to your life, so why bother.
I ment to say i have pcos and it gives me pain when i bd there is no reason i am having this done just so i can continue my fertility jorney to my specialist just scares me thats all :)
Thanks For support and advice x
no i didnt have to wait 6 weeks i forgot to say how i got on i had results back quick and when ur ttc u just wait to find something else wrong with u and can be very worrying all the tests so i dont feel there is something wrong i actually think it was normal but obviosly god was on my side that day !
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