So I'm 6 weeks pregnant as of yesterday and couldn't be more excited! But, the morning sickness has definitely been overwhelming. I'm nauseous the second I wake up to the second I go to bed which sometimes results in throwing up or, depending on if I have anything left in my stomach, dry heaving. I haven't really been able to eat anything other than popcicles which is really scaring me because I know my baby isn't getting the nutrition he or she needs except from the prenatals which isn't near enough. So, my question is, are there any tips and tricks that can help with this nausea or any foods I can eat that are easier to keep down?View Thread
Hey there. I've never done anything like this but I've gone to doctors, friends and family trying to figure out what could possibly be going on but haven't gotten a helpful answer.
My problem is, I'm on NuvaRing birth control and have been for almost a year now and haven't had any problems with it until the past few weeks. I took it out on time on Feb 25th and started my period that day and it lasted about 5 days like it normally does. The only unusual thing about it was it was very light to where I could wear a regular size tampon for hours and it would be barely covered. The next Monday, I put my new NuvaRing in.
Well, after it stopped, about a week later, i started having light red, kind of pink very light spotting, along with very intense nausea and cramps to the point where I can't sleep and I can barely eat. It also doesn't help that I go from freezing with a blanket on me to feeling like I'm in an oven, poring sweat on and off all day and night, which, I don't know if that has anything to do with the situation or not. But, at first I just suspected my period got off cycle somehow but now I'm not so sure it's even a period. I've had many people suggest impantation bleeding but I don't really know what that is and the internet isn't very informative.
Me and my boyfriend have been having unprotected sex quite often so I don't know if pregnancy is a possibility or not. If anyone has been through a similar situation or has any advice, please let me know.View Thread
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