So me and my DH have been having unprotected sex for the past month and my period is 2 days late. For the past two weeks I've had really bad cramping (like if my period was going to come 2 weeks early), bloating, thick and ewcm, my boobs are bigger but not sore, a sharp needle pain on my left lower abs every so ofter, and now for the past week nausea that has been getting worse by the day now whether I eat or don't eat alot
I took a poas a few days ago and it was negative. I went to the docs today; (she took a urine test that came back normal to see if it's my bladder or kidneys were acting up) and it takes her a few days just for blood test results so I'm stuck here waiting
Now I'm like suuuuper gassy and nauseous to the point that even the rumbling of driving in a car made me want to barf
I can't eat how I use to anymore since if I eat past a certain amount my nausea gets ridiculous.
Is it possible for me to have nausea this early if I'm pregnant?
My last period was on the 4th.
My doctor hasn't called me back which is driving me crazy!
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