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Stress, late and

Posted by: szamszam75 on Mon Apr 27, 2009

ok, little bit of a long story to follow. Hubby and I have been married 14 years this July we have 2 children (12 an 9) In 2003 we lost twin boys shortly after birth. Since that time AF has visited regularly as scheduled (within a 3-4 day window) January of this year I was hospitalized to have my gall bladder removed. During all the testing the found that I a small cyst I had on my left ovary doubled in size in 1.5 years. So the removed the cyst at that time as well. Feb AF came on time. March AF came on time and stayed for a longer visit that usual. 8 days instead of her regular 4 days. On that 8th day, my dad died, suddenly and unexpectedly. I (along with the rest of my fam) was quite devastated. My husband and I never really used contraceptives. We always figured we would take what was dealt to us. So we weren't TTC but we also weren't T not TC. So here I am presently. 12 days late. I had twinges and small cramps right before AF was scheduled to visit. I'm tired all the time and eating like Ive been starved. My skin is breaking out, very unusual for me. I feel flushed most of the time too. I have read that stress can do this to a body. I think I might be, but then I don't thnk i am. I'm not so sure I'm ready for this so close to losing my Dad. But I also don;t know if I could take a BFN so close to losing my Dad,too.

Any opinions???

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