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12/05/2016 at 10:20
I am new to this site and was wondering if anyone has had the following symptoms.
My last period was 9-14th April. My husband and i are trying to conceive, so we had sex during my fertile days which i believe are 24th- 30 April. It has been about two weeks since. A week after ovulation i started to get a mucus discharge, but it had a little bite of brown discharge inside. Thank only lasted for a day or two. From then, i have been having this watery constant discharge. It doesn't smell nor is it sticky, more like a clear Vaseline. I have this cloudy feeling in my head, like a headache but not really. Sometimes i am starving and others i couldn't be bothered to eat.
I am due to start my period tomorrow, and i normally only get period pains when i start. But i have started to get stomach cramps. Some times i feel constipated and think that is the reason for my cramps. But i am also constantly tired. I know this may also sound weird, but my husband has started to feel nausea's ever now and then (i know a few people who's husbands actually had their morning sickness). I also started getting cramps in my legs and every now and then my left side of my hip goes numb... could this be a sign of pregnancy? My husband says i should wait 10 days after my missed period (in case its just late)before i take a pregnancy test, but to be honest, the wait is killing me.
Also, my dog has started acting weird too. She is constantly lying on my lap, following me around. My husband says i am pregnant, but i cant help but think it is all wishful thinking. I have told him not to get his hopes up, because most people take 3 - 6 months before falling pregnant.
I just feel my body seems to be different, I have never had any of these symptoms before so this is all new to me.
Any words of advice would help.
Thanks so much
13/05/2016 at 18:05
You should test, use a first response. Don't glet too excited straight away though but it's good to test and know especially if your experiencing symptoms
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