Alright so here is the deal. I have been naseous for the last 5 days straight and threw up twice once at work at night and once right after lunch. I had cheese fries and a bbq burger that I usually love. I looked at my husbands chilli cheese fries and almost got sick. Then a couple days before I opened the refrigerator and had to close it becasuse it turned my stomach. not that much heartburn but I am a frequent heartburn person. about a week late on my period. Boobs feel like someone is squeezing them. have to take a nap every afternoon or start getting sleepy around 11pm at work. down in my pelvic area I am getting cramps on one side but no bad. lower back hurts a little. my cycles are always 38 days long.March had it on the 11th, April had it on the 17, May was not supposed to have it until the 24th ended up getting it the 16th. my husband and I had sex that morning and then I said to him about 30 minutes later thanks alot for making me get my period. and that was it.
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