I worry a lot about health, especially what I eat.
My DF is all over me, he doesnt want me to lift a finger! I had to lift my 40lb Lab puppy into a truck and he flipped. I didnt even think about it.. I feel like it would be ok as I regularly work out and lift weights. Im scaling back intensity and lightening my weights some but the Dr said working out is more than ok, just dont over do it..
Well Im kind of neurotic and I always take a hpt if my period is even the slightest bit late (like if he hasnt started on the day it should I take one) Im on the pill and I was really expecting a negative.
Thank you for the support and kind words.. Hearing myself just called momma really tripped me out. Im so nervous...View Thread
I also know a girl named Ryan and a man named Shannon, he goes by Shammi tho (no clue). I also know guys named Ashlee and Lindsey, Lindsey is the only one I know who despises his name. He goes by his middle name ColeView Thread
I called my OBGYN and thats what she said so I have no idea. I work at a hospital so I think I'll try to see if my lab friends can pull a few strings.
I was on the pill Lo Ovrall and have been for the last year
As for symptoms, Im experiencing things that could be but arent red flags really. Like Im so tired I feel like I could sleep for a week, Ive had a change in discharge (TMI I know!) and nausea, but only when Im a passenger in a car (Ive never been car sick before)View Thread
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