For about a week now I'm incredibly sick to my stomach every morning even a couple times I've been hit with waves of nascua so bad I've thrown up. The past two days I've gotten headaches and dizziness. I got my period this month but it was 8 days late and I only bleed for a day normally I can set a watch to my period being late and short is totally out of the ordinary. Normal foods I love are all of a sudden turning me completely off. I've fought ancy my whole life especially around my period this past month my skin's been the clearest ever. I also took a total of 3 pregnancy test the first one was positive but I have no idea when it turned positive because I walked away from it and my husband noticed the plus the following morning the next two were negative. I feel I'm showing classic signs of pregnancy without the getting a positive test and I'm beginning to wonder if I'm crazy or am I really pregnant?? Also I've broken down crying twice without any real cause for my tears.View Thread
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