Okay so I am a mom of 2 but 8 years ago.. lol We have been trying for 5 months now and i'm 37. We have used all of the fertile calendars and we had sex daily during fertile time and i am not suppose to start until 9/25 but I experienced a lot of milky white discharge, cramping in both ovaries and then fullness in the middle between them, little bit of a nauseated stomach and nothing tastes good. I am tired but unsure if more than normal. belly definately feels different and have daily mild cramping. What do you all think? Each of my pregnancies were different than each other. so I am confused on this one.
I think it could go either way at this point. It could be normal PMS for some people, but if it's not normal for you than maybe.
Keep in mind, though, that when we start trying than we start looking for symptoms.
My husband and I tried for about 7 months before we were successful and every single month I swore I was getting pregnancy symptoms. The funny thing is that when I finally got pregnant, I didn't notice any symptoms until weeks after I got the positive
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