me and my husband have been trying to concieve for a while now well my period in june this month it only lasted about 12 hours and was extremly light and that is was sorda brown in color a little red spotting but not normal and there was cramping that was on july 4th could i be pregnant????View Thread
me and my husband have been ttc for about 3 years, recently diagnosed with ovarian cysts. went on clomid for about 6 months still nothing. well this month im suppose to start today i have normal 28 day cycle im tired, a little sick to my stomach, was having cramps in my lower abs but they were located on the left side. my sense of smell is crazy it doesnt have to be all that strong and it sometimes gives me a headache,, could i be pregnant?View Thread
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