I would take another test. But not everyone getts morning sickness. I have been around a lot of people that have been pregnant and not everyone of them had morning sickness. I think you are lucky if you don't have this because the two women that I seen had morning sickness they vomited every were all the time even in the shower. They were glad when it passed.
Good luck to you had have a happy and healthy nine months.View Thread
My periods are never normal but for the last three months they hve come like clock work which is weird. Any ways I was wanting to know if any of you have had implantation bleeding.
I had my last period on March 29th and I ovulated on April 19th. I had some very very light pink spotting yesturday for about two hours and then it stopped. But to day it started again and it is the same very light pink and it only lasted a couple of hours.
Any advice would be helpful. I did do some research on the computer but they really don't tell you any thing.
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