So the beginning of November about the first Week of it I had a day of spotting and cramping, It was about 2 weeks after my period and I was confused and wondering if it was my IUD; I messaged here and was told to wait; Well last week and the week before I had horrible stomach pains but wrote it off as my period, the pain comes and goes now and I thought it was my period as Sunday I had another small case of spotting and nothing more. I all of a sudden yesterday start to feel really sick in the morning almost to the point of vomiting and yes I know morning sickness can happen anytime but the point was I don't normally feel that way; but I have a gag reflex and its not really easy to vomit even if I wanted too. I don't have any normal early symptoms like when I had my first child. But I don't know if this is stress causing me to feel this way or what But I want to know if I should take a test or not; last month was a crazy month of feeling sick to my stomach for 2 weeks! So does this sound like I could be or does it sound like something else?View Thread
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