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    For the last month (since essentially the beginning of my last cycle), I've been having weird cramping/achiness in my uterus area. I know I've posted those symptoms before, and I honestly thought it meant that I was pregnant...but obviously not, as AF arrived on Thursday.

    But, all weekend and now today - after AF is gone - I still have back aches and a dull ache in my uterus/pelvis area. I have a doctor's appointment on Thursday, but has anyone else had extended cramps? I don't know if I've thrown my body out of alignment somehow and this is something my chiro can fix, or if it's something else.

    Honestly, I'm secretly hoping it means I'm pregnant, that even though AF came that I'm just one of those random people who bleed even though they are pg. It's ridiculous to even think that, but that's where my head is right now - this cramping is weird that I'm dying for an explanation.

    Any thoughts? The next few days, waiting for my appointment are going to be torture!
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    Sorry, not sure what to tell you -- I'll be stalking this thread to see what you find out. HUGS!
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    I was one who bled with dd2 and thought it was my period (I mean I assumed. Clearly it must have been different) I didn't realize til the month after when I didn't get it and then I was already 2mths prego so I'd say there is hope.
    Cramping I feel it often so for me that's not an Indication but that's only my experience.

    I'm hoping for the best Thursday. Best of luck and I hope everything is fine for you.

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    Julie. I bled with tommy. Take a pg test !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lizzib45 View Post
    Julie. I bled with tommy. Take a pg test !!
    So I did today and it was BFN. Still feeling crampy/achy and now my stomach is feeling weird. something is up. 2 days until my appt.
    Julie

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    I get that every once in a blue moon. I'll just be crampy for a couple of cycles. I figured it's just my hormones being out of whack, but I haven't ever gone to get it checked out. Let me know what you find out. Good luck on a surprise pregnancy.
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    Thinking of you Julie

    Hoping the doc finds good news

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