This is the perfect blog for me, I have been trying for over six months devastatingly and still nothing.. I have read on here some about chemical pregnancy and IDK if I would rather have that or it be something wrong with one of us that makes it hard to get pregnant. Before we started trying my period was very regular, then it shifted a day or two, but this month it was 7 days late and I told my hubby I was going to wait to take a test till this morning and what do you know, my period started. Starting last month, I have HORRIBLE cramps during my period. I am already depressed because I know I am not pregnant and then I feel like I am being tortured by it. I really hope I am not having a chemical pregnancy because then I will know all this pain is my unborn child dying I have pregnancy symptoms each month and then pain. Please helpView Thread
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