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07/05/2014 at 12:04
So the past few days I have been feeling sick on and off throughout the day but I have taken a couple of tests and they have been negative. I am breastfeeding and starting BLW, no periods because of BF. I just don't understand what is going on with my body at the moment. Where do I go from here?
07/05/2014 at 14:34
Didn't want to read and run... If you're getting negatives I really don't know. But I've had bouts of feeling nauseous before and it's not been pg-related. It's usually gone away on its own after 3-4 days. To be fair, in my case I think it's been when I've not been eating very healthily! :)
How many days and does it get better/worse if you do/don't eat? Oh, and being sleep-deprived can do it to me too, are you well overall?
07/05/2014 at 15:11
Been like this for about 5 days now. Seems to be worse when I don't eat, which is why it made me think I must be pregnant. I am definitely sleep deprived. D regularly wakes up in the night and thinks that 5.30am is time to get up! I think I must be looking into it too much as me and H are wanting another baby. I think I might just be feeling generally run down a bit today as my muscles are feeling a bit achey and I'm feeling extra tired today
07/05/2014 at 15:28
If you are pregnant, it could perhaps be too early to show up on a test. If you still feel like this in a few days/a week's time, test again. Could it be a bug?
07/05/2014 at 15:34
If you are trying to get pg it is possible its not showing on test yet, with my second I was feeling the nausea over a week before I got a positive test.
My biggest problem is all nausea reminds me of pregnancy now and I always have a moment of worry when I'm feeling ill, usually it just goes away eventually.
07/05/2014 at 20:27
09/05/2014 at 19:35
How are you feeling now MS?
12/05/2014 at 06:04
Feeling a lot better. Not been feeling sick so much. I haven't bothered taking any more tests. I'm thinking it was just one of those things and I was looking into it too much
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