Well, come to find out im not ... I think it was a missed ovulation. I am going to the doctors this week again to get my BC removed and going to be put on regular old BC.
Thanks for the advice though .. my boyfriend and I our going with our plans as before. The main reason it would have messed up our plans is that I wouldnt be able to move because of health insurance and etc. Right now I am at a better spot and a good job and it would stupid to give it up if I was at the moment. Because I would have it made if I was where I am at now so he would have moved here instead.
Its bitter sweet I guess you can say that I am not. We were not trying to have a little one just yet because I want to get settled up there with him before hand and even at that wasnt on our radar at all. Now, all this has happened he said and we agreed upon ..... practicing lol .. im very excited lmao. Hopefully not to long we get settled *crosses my fingers* I can look forward to hearing lil feet running across the room View Thread
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