I am 35 years old and have a 7 year old son. My husband and I had sex 3 times during the week when I was due to ovulate. A week and half later I began vomitting and ever since have been nauseous. This also comes along witha high intensity to smells and food adversions but 3 days before my normal period was to start I began spotting pinkish-brown the next day bright red (as if I cut myself) then back to pinkish brown for 3 more days. This is unlike my normal period where I have clotting. Do you think I could be pregnant?View Thread
I was sick up until 14 weeks then I began to feel better. Its been hit or miss though. One day I have so much energy and then there are days where I am very tired and just want to relax in bed. I am not sure if my age has something to do with it or not. I totally agree with you, there is nothing like feeling the kicks and movements from the baby it reminds me that no matter how sick I feel its so worth it.View Thread
I go April 10th!! So keep me posted what team you are on too I wish I was able to work out the 1st trimester but it was awful for me. I am starting to feel myself again which is great - I started doing yoga again and walking on my treadmill. I want to stay on track this time around View Thread
Thank you too!!! How exciting for you as well! I have been really nauseous with this pregnancy unlike with my son but then again that was almost 8 years ago. How are you feeling? Do you want to know what you are having? I am dying to know!!View Thread
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