I've never been to this site before, so I have no idea what I'm doing, so cut me a bit of slack if I'm doing something wrong.
So, there's a very high possibility I might have Endemiriosis (Can't spell it) so I'm use to cramps. But my cramps have changed. My period was due on the 27th of last month, and it still hasn't come yet!! And I'm a little concerned. I've had a child, so I know what pregnancy feels and looks like, but I don't know, I don't look pregnant, I really don't FEEL pregnant.. I'm not too sure what's going on.
Here are the changes I've been experiencing. **My cramps are a LOT worse than they've ever been, and it's not just around my menstrual cycle anymore, it's ALL the time. And it's quite painful, and it's mainly in the front. Lower front. Where the top of my pubic bone is, and a bit on the sides to that. **I'm a Week late on my period (July 27th-August 3rd) **I'm extremely moody, I don't recall ever being this moody. Last pregnancy I was more, emotional, crying all the time (mainly because of a break up) but this time I'm just angry all the time, and people comment on how "b**chy" I seem to be.. **Tired all the time (I'm usually tired alot, but now I just want to sleep ALL day)
I'm pretty sure that's it.. But ya. Any ideas? Could I be pregnant? And if I could be, would a doctors "pee-test" show up "+" at only a week of missing my period? First pregnancy it took 2 months for the blood test to come up positive (7 blood work tests, and 12 pee-tests came up negative for 2 months, blood work is supposed to be 100% accurate, but I did have a girl if that plays any part) the 2nd pregnancy came up right away after missing my period.View Thread
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