I AM 24 YEARS OLD. THIS IS MY FIRST PREGNANCY. MY DUE DATE IS AUGUST 29.2012 AND IM DONE WITH MY FIRST TRIMESTER ALTHOUGH I STAYED SICK ALOT WITH NAUSEA AND NOW IN MY SECOND TRIMESTER I HAVE ALOT OF HEADACHES SO I WANTED TO KNOW IS THIS NORMAL DURING PREGNANCY? COULD SOMEONE GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK PLEASE? THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
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My LMP Was on 1/1/12 I Ovulated On 1/15/12 I had unprotected sex the night before
about a week later I had "implantation bleeding" for 4 days a week before my
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I'm 7 wks & 4 days, we think. I am going for an ultrasound on Dec 29 for the first time to check the dates. I can already feel my uterus, it is about an inch above my pubic bone. This is my third pregnancy. I read you shouldnt atart to feel it until 12 wks or so , I never felt it this early before. Could I be farther along than I thought or preggy with twins? Thanks
Im only 15 and i feer i might be pregnant, ive had my period but it was only four days long and i havent done anything sexual after that... But yet ive been having some pregnancy symptoms such as feeling sick to my stomach, tired all the time,peeing alot more then usual,and many others...im on the pill and have never had sex without a condom but im still scared that i might be pregnant
WE ARE PREGNANT! Oh yes! We are "PREGNANT". Now this is the series of events.
5-11-2011: Got blood test (Beta HCG) done
So I have this fear that people will judge us because we are so young and trying to have our third baby. Well not really a fear because I honestly don't care what people think about it. Its our decision and it's one that we have thought through. We have a plan and for the most part we can stick to a plan, if the military lets us. We just know what we want out of our lives together. We love our family and we want to make it bigger before he deploys. And it's not like we can't support our family. We don't live off anybody but our selves.
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