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Could i still be pregnant?

Posted by: MrsLyons89 on Sat Jan 14, 2012

Well the hubby and i have been trying for a year and a few weeks now. We have no children from previous relationships. My period finally became normal when my husband and i got together almost 2 yrs ago. It usually comes around the 4th 5th or 6th of the month and lasts for 5 days exactly. Ive been tracking my cervical fluid and all that, well this month we had our hopes up. My period was almost a week late and then i told my mom--- and 2 hrs later my period started. I was at my wits end. I didnt tell hubby cuz he always gets down whenever i tell him its negative. My boobs felt more fluid-y and full to the point of not being able to fit in my bra n they usually only hurt during my period. I was so depressed because ive been told you dont have your period during pregnancy. Its not as heavy as it usually is but could i still be pregnant? My boobs still feel full and fluid-like. And ive been having weird dreams cant sleep or get comfortable and ive got the worst cravings for veggies. Help :(

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