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Cheza22p posted:
Hi I am a 22 year old female and I was told I have PCOS just over a year ago. So I've been having my periods about every 3 to 4 months. My husband and I have been trying to conceive for the past year. For the past two weeks I've been showing signs of being pregnant. Like morning sickness, tender breasts, light cramping, and my stomach is getting hard. I've never felt like this before and I've already taken a test but i think that it might be to early. Is it possible for me to be pregnant or is it something else? Cause we really want to be pregnant!! Please any feed back would be nice. Thank You.
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lovebird79 responded:
I understand how anxious you are... my fiance and I are trying as well. I was convinced last month I was pregnant... until I got my period

You could have PMS or you could be pregnant - symptoms are very similar.

Also, some women don't show positive on the at-home pregnancy tests for awhile.

If I were you, I'd wait a week or so - by then you should have your period if it is PMS - take the test again if you are still having the symptoms.

If the test is negative, wait another week and if they are still there, go to the doctor to get a blood test.

What I learned is trying to conceive causes stress which in turn can cause a ton of weird symptoms of its own.

Just remember to relax, be patient, and just enjoy the trying part


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