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caylalynn posted:
I am 7 days away from AF and & after OV, I have been feeling cramping in my tummy for a couple days now, i have been feeling exhausted, and a little emotional. Is this normal? i have never had cramping this far before AF is due usually i am lucky not to get cramping till after AF...
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BeautifullyBlessed responded:
HI Caylalynn,

Yes, I think it's all normal...pms. For some women, the cramping, fatigue, emotional attitudes, breast tenderness, frequent urination, lower back aches, etc all starts around a week or so before a new cycle. Some women have it longer, some shorter, some none at all.

I've learned that our cycles change and the symptoms of our cycle change as well. I didn't used to get tender breasts before my period 10 years ago, but now I do.

Many women have experienced that the same symptoms they get before their period are the same symptoms they get during early pregnancy.

Sometimes finding out we're pregnant is just a waiting game and sometimes we have an indicator or an "I-just-know" feeling.
 
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caylalynn replied to BeautifullyBlessed's response:
thank you very much for your response... yesterday a little nausea decided to join in with the other symptoms... so i am figuring either i am sick and about to start AF or it is finally my month...


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