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Asked by arieladams42


I want to get some advice. I no one thing is for sure my uterus tender when I have sex now.. Before it was not like that.. We have been having straight sex every night since May 6 until May 17. I am pretty sure I got off my cycle on the 24 of April.. I have been taking HPT think it will show up + but it keeps coming up -.. I have headaches and lower back discomfort and I will bloated.. I never get like before I start my cycle.. See if my first baby I did not know I was preganact until I was four months along. Do you think I could be preganact and just way too soon to test?

This question was asked May. 17, 2012 11:05pm
Category: Trying for Another

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Answered by arieladams42 - May. 18, 2012 7:43pm
I ovulated on the eight of May!!

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Answered by a member - May. 18, 2012 9:54am
Since you don't mention when you ovulated, I'm assuming you aren't tracking ovulation using opks or taking bbts (consider doing that next cycle if you don't end up pregnant). If that's the case, you're just going to have to wait until AF is due to try testing. Symptoms don't necessarily mean anything. The month I got my BFP, I had NO symptoms at all. Each cycle, even with perfect timing, you only have a 20% chance of conception. Good luck

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Answered by a member - May. 18, 2012 2:21am
Do you know when you may have ovulated? You should wait until about 2 weeks after ovulation to start testing. Symptoms alone cannot tell you if you are pregnant. If you think you are in a similar situation as you were with your 1st you can take a test or see a dr. Good luck!

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Answered by firsttimer120 - May. 17, 2012 11:42pm
how many DPO are you?

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