AskBaby Talk > Pregnancy Announcements > BFP this morning! how do i break the news to husband gently!
Posted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 3:39 pm
Post subject: BFP this morning! how do i break the news to husband gently!
Posted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 8:48 pm
Hi x well i done a pregnancy test last wednesday because my oh was working away then wen he came home that day i gave him a lil pressie with the pregnancy test underneath n when he pulled it out he just was in sooo much shock i didnt know if too laugh or cry.. ..he he but it was a good shock.. hope u have a h&h 9 months.. love marise
Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 8:09 am
Hiya Hun - Congratulations xx
So tell us all how you broke the news then? I had a lovely little scene all planned out - that went out the window when I got my BFP. I sort of went "Wayne, can you come here?" He did and I held out the test "Crikey" was the response - we were in shock after 11 months of trying
Hope you have a H & H 9 months, cheers, C xx
Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 12:49 pm
hi ladies, thanks for ur advice. well it went good actually! like an idiot i actually left the empty box on the bathroom side - by accident i did forget to move it, but i had moved the stick out of sight. so when i got home he had kind of guessed it, knew that i had tested so then just asked 'are you pregnant then?' so i just answered YES!!!!! he was in shock for few mins, could see his eyes gone wide so had a few mins being scared that he was gonna run a mile , but i know he is happy, he even told his parents straightaway last night, im telling mine tonight. i could do with some more advice ladies if you can answer.... loads of you on here say that when u get BFP you seem to get in to GP straightaway & some ladies have had a scan date booked already. i rang my GP yesterday & was just told to wait for a call back from midwife. from what my mother in law tells me this can be anything up to 2 maybe 3 weeks later it is not straightaway. Is this right? thanks in advance. x
Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 12:58 pm
Hi sooo pleased that the OH took the news well xx maybe every doctors are different but i phoned the doctors the day after i done a test and said can i make a appointment, i didnt tell the receptionist what i wanted a appointment for i just said can i see a doctor.. so its up to you but i would ring back and just ask for a appointment, just a peace of mind that u'v been i think.. hope u have H & H 9 months xx marise xx
Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 1:08 pm
I went to see my GP and she did a urine test (which was sent away to be tested) and she ran through any medication or illnesses that I had (none).
Once the result of the urine test was back, I was asked to make another appointment to go in and see the GP again - I think this is where I am referred to the midwife.
Good luck - how far on are you?
Cheers, C xx
Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 3:11 pm
congratulations fuzzyferret. your gps sound just like mine! rand up gp got told i needed to see gp to confirm. i went, she said have you done a test? i said i had its positive and she told me to make an appointment with the midwife. was in there about 30 seconds. so now still waiting for midwife to ring me!!!! How frustrating.
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