I've been getting most of the "normal" symptoms of early pregnancy.. But that could also just be my body preparing for a period. But there's one thing I've noticed that has never happened right before a period.. Whenever my bf and I dtd I notice that I"m like SUPER sensitive down there and everything feels AMAZING.. That's probably tmi but it's the truth. I'm 2 days late, breasts are tender and according to my bf their swollen, i've noticed some pink on the tissue when I wipe along with some clear sticky discharge, I've been kinda moody, nauseous and much more tired then normal. I've taken 3 tests so far, all negative. I know theres a chance I might be pregnant. I was just wondering if being super sensitive "down there" was a sign of pregnancy.View Thread
On Nov. 7 I had unprotected sex. It wasn't exactly by choice, if you know what I mean. I was ovulating at the time and the guy "finished" in me. Now I'm scared I might be preg. I had some very light bleeding today and some very minor cramps that lasted for maybe an hour. I've had some symptoms like nausea, heartburn, sore lower back, my breasts have been kinda tingly, and i've had a constant mild headache for a couple days now. I'm kinda freaking out cuz I don't want to have a child with this man as the father. When can I test? My next period is supposed to come on the 22nd of this month.View Thread
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