pregnacy symptoms ??? not sure if any one can help x
i had a eptopic pregnacy 3 years ago i had my right tube removed. ive been ttc for 1 year now i started taking pregnacare conception last month. i got my last period 5 april since the 16 april i have had cramps/pain in my left side and its moved lower down now. my boobs are very sore and i have lots of white spots on them (not sure what the spots are). i was wondering if anyone else has experienced this and could help thanks x
Sounds promising ! I had early cramps with all my BFPs !
Im having them this cycle and trying to stay relaxed but secretly hoping for a BFP But I keep reminding myself that either way keep positive !!!
well i tried sleeping no look bad cramps as if im going to get af (feels strange not like the normal cramps) boobs sore and heavy with white spots . still feel very hot at night. never felt like this before i got a few symptoms when i had a ectopic but not as strong as these hopes this is a good sign x forgot to say im 8 - 10 dpo.
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