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    McCurdygirl84 posted:
    So my hubby and I decided that we want a child...so on Oct 31st I stopped my birth control and we have been just going with the flow. I have taken three pregnancy tests so far because of nausea and fatigue but all three were negative (yes I know its early but better safe than sorry) Thing is yesterday I had some clear sticky discharge and cramping, today I had nausea and some bloating and cramping, breasts are a little sore but not bad and I am exhausted. Any thoughts ladies?
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It's probably just your body adjusting to being of birth control.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)
     
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    McCurdygirl84 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Thanks:)
    Good luck and God Blessings:)


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