Why do I always have such bad healthproblems in the 2ww if never because ofpregnancy?
hello there. Just wondering this, i am currently really ill with a bad bad cold. I just don't understand how "the other 2 weeks" I am okay, and come these weeks, bam! I am as ill as hell.
I have been trying now since October. In these 6 months I have had:
- 2 very bad cold in 2 different 2 ww's
- 2 mild tummy bugs in 2 other different 2 ww's
At first I thought "uuuu maybe there are pregnancy symptoms" I have long since learnt the lesson that they are not, so, why? Why does my body go crap?
This 2 ww I actually have had BOTH the tummy bug AND the bad cold, plus heartburn. Do my defenses go low at this time? Could it be that my body has a go and getting pregnant and never makes it?
At this point I feel so bloody ill I doní't care about being pregnant or not, I just want to feel better
P.S. The cherry on the %$%&$ cake is I hardly dare take anything because I am in the 2 ww, and always end up suffering unnecessarily as I am not pregnant
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