I have two kids already and i think im pregnant again. I have no symptoms what so ever except ill feel like my bladder is going to explode, and soon as i go its like nothing. My last period was on the 1 of august, ad i tested two days ago and got a negitive. When should i test again. I just knew with my other two but i cant tell with this one.View Thread
So I had an early sonogram done at 7 weeks to check on the baby since I was having alot of cramping. I went to the doctor today and she tells me that i have about a size of a quater a little bigger of blood on the outside of the sac? Has anyone had this or know anything about subchronic bleeding. I have looked up some stuff on it and got lots of information. ust wondering if anyone has expierence this...it kind of worrys me? she says untill it goes away i need lots of rest and songram each weeek to check. I have a 15 month old daughter so i really dont get too much rest between her, school, and work?View Thread
I am pregnant now and i was on depo. You may want to make sure you are not pregnant and if not you may want to see your dr to see whats up. I have never had that problem with it...just weight gainView Thread
Depends. How far is she? Most doctors dont want to see you until about 8 weeks. Im pregnant with my second one now and i have ALOT of cramping as long as shes not bleeding everything should be fineView Thread
I know many people dont like unique names but i want to keep it sort of different. I names my first daughter Xylah (pronounced Zy-la), I love it, but many people ask what I was thinking when i picked out her name and she will hate it when she gets older. Anyways these are some of the names i like so far.
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