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Do you think I might be pregnant?

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london1986 Sat 02-Aug-14 15:33:44

Hi All
I am new to this but wanted to get your thoughts on my TWW.
My first day of last period was 5th July. I think* my cycle is around 28-29 days. I think* I ovulated 17th/18th July and TTC on 17th.
I started noticing mild cramps, slight nausea, lots of gass! and dizziness for the first 7 days post TCC.
My symptoms eased for a few days, mainly feeling a little cramps, gassy and moody!
On the eve of 28th I had strong cramping (much like my AF cramps which I always have to take a number of painkillers to numb). It lasted for about 4 hours and then the next morning I woke up and went to the toilet to see light brown mucus (Not loads but enough to notice when I wiped).
For the next 2 days (30th and 31st) I has was examining my Cervix (which was very high and I felt like it was tilted towards my bum) and there was some pink/red blood but really not very much.
I'm now 14 dpo and no AF and no cramping like I usually have in the build up (which should be due today/tomorrow).
My CM is light in colour and my Cervix is still high mid soft.
The side of my left boob is very sore (goes up to my neck) and they feel fuller, maybe a little more veining.
I've tested twice over the past two days and both negative.

What do you think???
x

NatA123 Tue 05-Aug-14 20:46:14

I am a midwife,. Take another test in a week, I had 3 negative tests when I was pregnant! Stomach cramps are common at the start of pregnancy as ur internal organs are stretching to make room and also nausea and extreme exhaustion are most common, look out for signs of them

NatA123 Tue 05-Aug-14 20:48:11

I am a midwife,. Take another test in a week, I had 3 negative tests when I was pregnant! Stomach cramps are common at the start of pregnancy as ur internal organs are stretching to make room and also nausea and extreme exhaustion are most common, look out for signs of them

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