hi guys i recently posted about 4 months ago i was ttc well im glad to announce that just yesterday my doctor called and told me im 6-8 weeks pregnant and that when me and my husband had stopped trying my stress level dropped way down which helped with the conception! SO LADIES KEEP TRYING BUT DONTY GET STRESSED IT WILL HAPPEN View Thread
ok so this month i got some bleeding for 2 days then it stopped then nothing for 2 days then the next day i had spotting.... me and my husband are newly wedds and trying to have a baby..... should i be worried that i havnt gotten my full period but test are negative! i feel sick alot during the day mostly after i eat.. also my belly is getting a little firmer and my nipples and boobs are tender to the touch. idk what i should do im to nervous to go to doctors and be negative and still feel sick everydayView Thread
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