Sooo, my husband and I would like another child. I missed my period in November but I wanted to wait til the month ended to be sure it wasn't just late. My husband is..... "special" (lol).... and can't read pregnancy tests so he likes digital ones, which is what he bought. I took the test at 530 am and the answer was.........................."?" So I walked into the bedroom and said, "Hunny, I've got good news and bad news. The good news is, the test didn't say no." So he starts to get up like he can't believe it. Then I started laughing, "The bad news is, it didn't say yes either". He was so mad lol.
I'll try again tomorrow morning but I hope this made someone giggle!View Thread
I havent had a period since my anniversary: July 22. I took a test one month after and then another one month after that but havent had one since. When I initially thought I was prego I set up the pregnancy calendar on webmd. For $#*%s and giggles I looked at it to see where I would've been had it been true and I came upon a startling revalation: I would be just far along enough to feel movement and... for the past week or so I've had this feeling in the lower abdomen that reminds me a lot of when my ds was in-utero. Now, I'm a big woman so I haven't lost or gained any weight however my lower abdomen has become increasingly more "firm", like there's a little ball there (another thing the second trimester guide says you'd feel). Since I am fat, is it possible for me to be pregnant and never realize it?
Oh, and if you're wondering, my breasts have felt heavy and sensitive for months on and off. Every time it happened I thought I was going to get my period but it never came. What do you think?? Is it possible I might have problems with pregnancy tests? I once took a test when i was 6 mnths prego with my ds and it said neg, I wonder if I should bother going to the doctor.... but I hate the doctor.... what do you think?View Thread
I have PCOS myself, and let me tell you, be GLAD your periods were only a week, rofl. But seriously, I think you need to give your body some time to be off the depo and adjust the hormones, especially since its already struggling with ovarian cysts. I don't think your pregnant nor do I think the cysts called the bleeding, I vote hormones!View Thread
LOL, I'm the same way!! If you're having your period, don't worry about it so much! Plus, you can always go on birth control (I want an IUD myself) to prevent "wonderful mistakes" from happeningView Thread
Ok, so some of you may think I'm crazy but work with me! When I got pregnant with my DS, I knew he was a boy since well before I even met his father from dreams I had growing up, however I have never had a dream about having more than one child. This April, we went to a local psychic fair, who confirmed that I would have a baby girl within three years (she said three was an important number for this pregnancy). Over the last couple days I've been having non-stop, recurring dreams. All of them have been about me being pregnant and telling everyone its a girl (yesterday's dream actually had me holding her). I'm two months late (officially) for my period. I took a pregnancy test a month ago however it came out negative. What do you think?!View Thread
So last week I had all kinds of nausea and other symptoms and posted about it before I took a pregnancy test. I took it just a day after my period was due but it said negative. According to the ovulation calender on WebMD I am officially a week late, however my periods are rarely on time. I'm still experiencing breast sensitivity, frequent urination and occasionally nausea and fatigue. How much longer should I wait to take a test again? Do you think I could be pregnant?View Thread
After I gave birth to my son there were a couple months that skipped before I eventually got back to normal, so don't worry. However, keep taking tests if you're worried, or better yet see your doctor! Every womn is different, plus it also depends on if you breast fed. For example, my SIL got back to a normal period right away where as I didn't get a period for months (just one of the many perks of breastfeeding).View Thread