SO HERE'S THE SITUATION I'M 22 YEARS OLD AND I HAVE A 4 YEAR OLD SON AFTER HE WAS BORN WE TRIED TO CONCEIVE AGAIN FOR LIKE ANOTHER 2 1/2 YEARS... NOTHING... IT TURNED OUT TO BE A HORMONE PROBLEM SO MY DOC. PUT ME ON BIRTH CONTROL FOR 10 MONTHS I RECENTLY GOT OFF AFTER THE 10 MONTHS AND I FELT GREAT MENSTRAUTION ON POINT I WAS SUPPOSED TO GET MY PERIOD THE 21ST OF MAY AND WHEN THE 26TH ROLLED AROUND I GOT WORRIED BECAUSE I WAS VERY REGULAR OUT OF CURIOSITY I TOOK A HOME TEST AND IT CAME OUT POSITIVE MY ONLY CONCERN IS THAT SINCE THE 21ST I'VE BEEN CRAMPING AS IF TO HAVE MY PERIOD A LITTLE DISCHARGE TOO NO SPOTTING OR BLEEDING OF ANY SORT ACCORDING TO THE PREGNANCY CALCULATORS I AM 5 WEEKS PREGNANT IS THIS NORMAL TO FEEL THIS UNCOMFORTABLE I CANT REMEMBER WHAT ITS LIKE AND EVERY PREGNANCY IS DIFFERENT PLEASE HELP I'M NERVOUS AND ANXIOUS I THOUGHT I WOULD NEVER HAVE KIDS AGAIN /:View Thread
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