Hi ladies got some questions me and my hunny are TTC well according to the Ovulation calender here we should have had sex on Sat and Sun. but we had sex Fri. and Sun. is thier still a good chance that we can become preggo? Should we have sex tonight I have not been keeping track of my temp kind of hard wiht my two year old but been watching my CM. That and last night I had the worst cramping down there but only on my right side I have never had it. It seriously was so painful it felt like some one was pinching me my AF is due around Christmas so what does the cramping mean???View Thread
I have a question or two, well first off I had a baby in September 12th but passed away the 22nd she had a really bad heart problem. Well I bleed for about a week, and after I completely stop spotting me and the hunny started having sex maybe like starting week two after having the baby. Well I took a pregnancy test the first of November and it said negative but I still have not gotten my period. I am hungery all the time want sweet and salty foods should I go buy another cheap .88 cent walmart test??? Or do I wait I mean I seriouly dont know how I cant be pregnant everytime we have had sex he was always cum!!!! I just want some good news for once we want to just have one more baby to make our family complete.View Thread
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