I'm just curious as to what the possibility is that I could be pregnant. I have 2 precious babies (6 & 4 years), and after my c-section with my son in 2008, I got my tubes tied...I might be jumping the gun a tad (because my period isn't due for 5 more days), but I've been having symptoms that have been getting stronger for the last 3 weeks or so. I am planning on taking a test next week, but I'm kinda anxious now & I know that can intensify symptoms sometimes.
Thank you for your response. To be exact, I first noticed my breasts being noticably sore starting 2 weeks and 3 days ago. I noticed it the day after my last period ended. My last period was lighter and shorter than usual. The fatigue really started setting in a week ago today & my appetite change just a few days ago. If I am pregnant, I will be excited, but I'm concerned about it being ectopic.
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