I'm four days late for my period the day before i expected my period i had spotting when i wipped (mucus with a red tinged) then again the next day (light pink) and the day after that (Light brown)but it got lighter as it progressed. my breast are also sore and have a tingle feeling to them i have taken three pregnancy test all came back negitive Could I still be pregnant? I've been off birth controll for five months now and my periods are never late I never skip months either .Please help me understand whats going on. Any advice would be helpfull!View Thread
Thanks ladies! I called my doc to see about a blood test they want me to wait another week (March 9th) to see what happens. If i start my period or not. If i am pregnant they want to see me of course if my period still doent arrive they will give me something to bring it on. Hopefully this is our month! I'm trying to not get excited due to disapointment but if this isnt the month hopefully the next! I've never lost a baby so I'm not sure what the signs are for that. I hope thats not the case Thank you so much for your advice!View Thread
I know what its like to feel its impossible for it to happen after trying for awhile. I wouldnt think having three abortions would cause you to not be able to get pregnant. have you seen your doctor about your concerns? I was put on clomid with my first and only pregnancy and on the 3rd cycle i got pregnant with my daughter after over a year of trying. I hope everything works out for you and best of luck!View Thread
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