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Old Jul 28th, 2018, 02:47 AM   11
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I hate to even suggest this when I don't know her, but is it possible she is lying and/or exaggerating about her symptoms to gain some sort of sympathy or have you think she was pregnant? Toxic relationships tend to bring out the worst in people, and it seems to me like this is a textbook toxic relationship. Either way, it sounds to me like she was never pregnant and assuming her symptoms are real, she should definitely go see a doctor to rule out any serious illnesses.
I was going to ask something along these lines as well.
Several people that know her and I and the situation have said the exact same thing you all are speculating. She drags things out and is very cryptic and vague about things because she knows what it does to my anxiety.

I took the steps tonight to block her from everything.



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Old Jul 28th, 2018, 06:48 AM   12
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I personally believe you shouldn't have sex with someone unless you'd be happy with the possibility of a pregnancy. No contraception is 100%.

Having said this my husband and I took over 2 years of complete unprotected sex to have our son and yet this youngest baby was conceived in 1 night. It can happen. Trust is the main thing though. If your ex says she believes she's not pregnant and she's been bleeding then you should trust her.
All the symptoms she's experiencing can come as part of a regular cycle as hormones are up and down all month.

For anxiety I suggest magnesium oil, vitamin d, B vitamins and some meditating.
'The Power of Now' by Eckhart Tolle is also a great read for living in the present moment.



 
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Old Jul 28th, 2018, 08:03 AM   13
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I personally believe you shouldn't have sex with someone unless you'd be happy with the possibility of a pregnancy. No contraception is 100%.

Having said this my husband and I took over 2 years of complete unprotected sex to have our son and yet this youngest baby was conceived in 1 night. It can happen. Trust is the main thing though. If your ex says she believes she's not pregnant and she's been bleeding then you should trust her.
All the symptoms she's experiencing can come as part of a regular cycle as hormones are up and down all month.

For anxiety I suggest magnesium oil, vitamin d, B vitamins and some meditating.
'The Power of Now' by Eckhart Tolle is also a great read for living in the present moment.
I agree with you on your first statement. I should've never had sex with her in the first place.

Update: Before I blocked her I sent her a nice message explaining why I was cutting everything off. She took it well surprisingly. She did say that she went to the ER yesterday and found out she's having issues with her ovaries and there's a cyst the doctor is concerned about. Historically she has had issues with her ovaries I believe.

Anyways, I do feel like a lot of weight has been lifted off of my shoulders.



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