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Am I being ridiculous?

(3 Posts)
ShamyFarrahCooper Thu 15-Nov-12 16:27:53

Hi I'm a bit blush about asking this.

So we have one DS who is 5. We don't use any contraception atm, a sort of what happens, happens approach.

About 4 months ago in the run up to my AF and during I started getting nauseous a lot. I've also now put on about 5lbs and my stomach feels odd. It's like an inside pressure and occasional pops but not just central. I've been checked out previously to this for an ulcer. I do have anxiety. I have been getting my AF as normal although in the last couple of months it's not been as heavy. I did take a test at one point (sorry I'm so rotten at paying attention to dates) months ago when i went to get anti-nausea meds from chemist and she made me buy a test to double check, which was negative.

Would that be it? The end of any potential? I just feel like if I went to docs saying all this they will think I'm nuts.

Previous pregnancy I was nauseous ALL the time, totally tired and had a GIANT bump. I know all pregnancies are different and yes I do want to have another baby, I'm just bothered I've convinced myself of something.


MissSlapAndTipple Thu 15-Nov-12 18:30:33

If you are having periods I doubt very much that you are pregnant. If you were pregnant and a few months on an over the counter pg test wouldn't be accurate. Go to the Drs and explain your symptoms, you don't have to say that you feel pg?

galwaygal Thu 15-Nov-12 19:51:04

could be an ovarian cyst, so worth going to get checked out by doc.

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