Pains?

Discussion in 'Waiting To Try' started by babybloom, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. babybloom

    babybloom Well-Known Member

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    2 weeks ago my partner and I had unprotected sex a few times and recently ive been feeling so tired, struggling to get to sleep and needing the toilet more at night especially. I thought nothing of it until i had sort of dull like period pain cramps out of the blue they only must of lasted about 5 minutes max, any idea what this could be? and could I do a test this early? J xx
     
  2. odd_socks

    odd_socks Long Term WTT

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    hmm was the unprotected sex around ovulation? It could even be ovulation cramping, the other symptoms sounds like diabetes? im probably a long way off :haha:
     
  3. pixie23

    pixie23 Well-Known Member

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    It really could be anything, from stress to a possible pregnancy. I would wait until AF should be making her visit before testing.
     
  4. LakensMommy11

    LakensMommy11 Well-Known Member

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    yeah be sure and check your ovulation dates!! my cycle has been messed up dt breast feeding...but the sme thing happened to me last month...i was just positive i was pregnant!!! period still never came but i had all the symptoms and negative test after negative test =/
     
  5. babybloom

    babybloom Well-Known Member

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    Yeah 2 weeks after the initial first few times we tried i started to look in to my ovulation dates & these were especially high on 4th/5th june. We then took full advantage of this hehe! ;) But I was having symptoms I'd say from around 1st of june. I took a pregnancy test today but I still havent had a missed period, was it too early? xxx
     

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