I am due the in 3 days and have lots of clear mucuos, high/soft cervix, af cramps and nausea. (these are not normal period symptoms for me but I have been on the pill and this is my 1st pill free month).
What are other peoples signs of the appearing? Pretty much the same as mine or different?!?!?!?!
Hiya. From personal experience my body felt very strange after coming off the pill. I have been off the pill now for 4 months and was lucky that my cycles went straight back to roughly 30 days. The change in hormones have made me feel like I was pregnant as I can't remember experiencing a 'normal' menstrual cycle as I have been on the pill for 15 years.
I have felt: fuller b00bs, highly sensitive nipples, bloating, nausea, headaches, more CM, emotional,cramps and deep aches. I don't want to put a downer on things but being devils advocate pregnancy symptoms are very similar to AF symptoms.
Is it too early to test? How many dpo are you?
The only sign I get that AF is approaching is tender, full boobs. The biggest majority of my PMS signs are the week after the last AF has finished! I do get spots though but they come and go throughout the course of the month.
I dont know what cervix position means, I think nothing really!
Im not planning on testing msmith as I know af will come, this thread is for period symptoms, I dont think I'm pregnant unfortunatley (although I had a wierd experience witha poas last nite but thats another story).
I was just seeing if these symptoms are normal for anyone else due on their period. I wont test as I have one child so think I would know if I was pregnant even if af didnt show.
Its strange though how the pill can give women so many pregnancy symptoms!
On the pill my symptoms were regular and consistent every month. Boob pain, swollen boobs, af cramps, certain mucuos at certain times but that was all pill related so now i suppose i'm trying to see how my natural cycle will develop.
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