also missed my period for one whole month but it was April of this year and i still haven't even started it sense then and i don't even know why it hasn't started and I'm not even sure if I'm pregnant or if i just putting on some weight or if i just need to go to a doctor to get it checked and i can't really even lift heavy stuff and i never ever ate broccoli or peas or any other vegetable and i don't even eat celery and now I'm actually starting to eat that stuff and I'm also having a lot of pain in my stomach that i have never had before and i have to be careful how fast i go to sit down and how fast i get up and i have my friends to help me when i need them to help me so i can't even believe what actually is inside me cause I've never ever been pregnant so congradulations to you and i hope that your doing okay with your new born baby!!! View Thread
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