Hi. The past week or two I have been feeling mild nausea, never to the point of vomiting, but only at night time. It also seems to get worse when I lay on my stomach. I do not each much at night so it isn't that I am really full or anything. Any ideas? I am a female but I have a Nuva ring and haven't had it out at all or been taking any Meds that would mess with the birth control. So I shouldn't be pregnant. But has anyone had issues with pregnancy when correctly using the Nuvaring?
Also I have been feeling the nausea during the day really mildly during the day for the past two days. It has also been accompanied by a weird feeling in my chest and upper abdomen.
I really wouldn't thing twice and my period should come soon. I just have no explanation for the nausea and have been sort of...er.. Baby obsessed recently. I get in moods where I really think a lot about being a mom but they never last as long as this.
I am 19 and really want to be mom, but just not yet. Haha
Edit: I have been on the Nuva ring for a while so it's not new to my body at allView Thread
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