I have had a child before he is now 1 and 1/2 yrs old, when I was pregnant with him I didnt know till i was close to my 4 month and every pregnancy test came back no until the last one. I am having some signs as if I might be pregnant again. I need as much help as I can get. I have nausea all day, very tender nipples which is not normal for me after nursing my son, a lot of discharge, charlie horses in the middle of the night which I used to get all the time when I was pregnant, swollen stomach, hurts when i have relations with my husband, and gas. Those are just some of the signs, I do have the mirana iud but i have been told that they are recalling that very soon and I have close personal friends that have gotten pregnant while having that in. I have taken to pregnancy test and both am up negative and also have had a period lasting two or three days. I wouldnt be so freaked out if that wasnt the case with my son. PLEASE HELP ME !!!! Thank youView Thread
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