I am currently 6 days late for my period, and am having all different symptoms that are making me believe I may be expecting. I have had strange cramps (not painful and not like usual period cramps, just tension in the area), my nipples are quite tender, I am extremely moody, been feeling slightly nauseated throughout the day and worse in the night and have noticed a white, lotion like cm for the past week. I feel like I have been getting my period for the last (almost) 2 weeks but it is just not coming. I will take a pregnancy test in a couple of days (I want to wait until I am a week late atleast, as I have been late before just have never had these symptoms) but I just want to know if anyone has had these symptoms and have not been pregnant/ or has been pregnant?
I am 20 years old, been with my partner for 2 years and living with him for a year, we have a strong relationship and have an income to support a baby, although we are currently in the middle of planning to buy a house so unfortunately it wouldn't be the most appropriate timing for a new addition. I am also in my final year at university so would make things a bit crazy. Also, I know this isn't a trustworthy birth control but we did have unprotected sex on the days of ovulation using the pull out method. No need to tell me that's irresponsible, i know!
Has anyone had the above symptoms, or got pregnant by just pulling out... ? ThanksView Thread
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