dont know how much help this is but.... when i got pregnant with my daughter, i had y period for the first 3 months like nothing was wrong but i was puking in the middle of the night <which i thought was bc of the stress of mine and my bf of 3 yrs breaking up> and then i took 3 pregnancy test the day before i went to the doctor and they all said negative... imagine my surprise the next day when my dr told me i was 3 and a 1/2 months pregnant.View Thread
i already have a 2 and a half old daughter <i was high risk with her> and ive had a miscarriage b4 and then a little over a year ago i thought i was pregnant again until we found out i had cancer in my uterous making it seem like i was pregnant. i got it all removed and my doctor said to wait at least 6 months b4 trying 2 get pregnant again. well here it is over a year later and to our *happy* surprise, me and my husband find out i'm pregnant!!! but i'm experiancing pain in my chest/stomach it is right beneath my breasts and right above my rib cage!!! it hurts even worse everytime i breath in deeply but i tried 2 make a dr's appointment but couldnt get 1 for a few days, should i go to the hospital? could it hurt the baby? do any of ya'll have any idea what's wrong with me?View Thread
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