ok i have a problem and i need advice asap ok my LMP started on feb.8 and it was suppose to come on march 10 and it didnt i went to the hospital and they did a urine test on march 15th it came out negative my period still hasnt return i had some light spotting on 19th but it lasted a few seconds my period is never late like tis i have 2 other kids and i have been having symptoms like nausea vomitting tender breast i went to see my family doctor on 18th but he wouldnt give me a test due to i told him the on at the hospital came out negative the 16th i feel like i am but is not sure please hel
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We are nine weeks pregnant and I feel like @#$#@. My husband doesn't get it. His attitude is that since I don't "look" pregnant then I shouldn't be complaining.
I'll be honest. Right now I AM a grouch after feeling exhausted, nauseous 24/7, and then trying to juggle my normal routine (at work and home.)
I don't expect him to make it better but can't a guy have SOME sympathy?
Grouchy in Maryland
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I don't really have the interest in sex right now either. How can I convey that so he understands?
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