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Q: My cervix is high, soft and wet day before period is due? Pregnant?

I've checked my cervix for about 4 days now, it went from VERY hard and low to high, wet and soft, I can barely touch it now! I've also had irritability and mood swings, I've cried over the silliest things! I've also had gas, constipation and diarrhea (TMI I'm sorry) And sometimes I've had issues sleeping, and when I do sleep I over sleep and still wind up kind of tired. I've also had weird food cravings, like corn! Can't get enough of it. My breasts are swollen, and a few days ago they were SUPER sore, but they're better now. I can see blueish veins in my breasts too. I get random spikes of nausea as well, but I don't vomit, and it doesn't last long. Also, I have a yeast infection now (at least I think I do) I had some itching that went away when I used cream and A LOT of vaginal discharge. My muscles felt extremely sore a few days ago too, and my nose is runny whenever I wake up, could I be pregnant? Or is this PMS? We BD'd 7 days before and after my O, what do you think? :(

This question was asked Sep. 2, 2011 12:50am
Category: Am I Pregnant?

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Answered by a member - Oct. 2, 2012 3:12pm
were you pregnant?

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Answered by Popcorn - Sep. 2, 2011 7:55am
I would say take a test! xx

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Answered by aishilove - Sep. 2, 2011 7:02am
I BD every day for a month lol! And no I don't temp, first month TTC. (:

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Answered by Popcorn - Sep. 2, 2011 6:11am
Hi honey :) your symptoms sound good. Did you bd every day for 7 days before ov? If AF is due tomorrow it would probably show up on a test today for you FX! Your cervical position sounds promising, but the cervix tends to move around a lot and is not the most reliable way to tell. Do you temp? xx

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