Unfortunately I don't have any insight, I'm having the same issue. I've been trying to conceive for 7 yrs. We haven't been doing any fertility treatments for a couple years now but I've never used birth control. I have endometriosis and pcos. My periods have been slightly irregular but I have never missed a period until this past month and I just feel weird. I'm having a lot of pressure in my lower abdomen, I've been so extremely tired, headaches, slight nausea and heartburn which is not normal for me. I've had 3 BFNs and I went to a medcheck and asked for a blood test and they refused but did another pee test which came back negative. But I still feel weird. So if you found out anything please let me know : ) If I'm not prego mother nature has a cruel cruel sense of humor.View Thread
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