My husband and I are trying to conceive, my period is irregular so it makes it harder for to know if its a missed period.. my husband is in the military and got to come home 2 months ago and we did it for to weeks straight and each time he ejaculated in me, last month I bled a little and after started yet for this month but I have been having weird feeling in my stomach and sometimes pain and in my ovaries.. I have been urinated a lot as well and every time it feels like I had been holding it in for a long time so it makes my bladder hurt and stomach feel weird, also my stomach feels full a lot...I have been way moody this month crying a lot and getting very aggravated easily too...I also have been stressed about a lot of things going on could it just be that?? what could this be ?? am I prego??View Thread
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