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    Ldavis777 posted:
    My husband and I have been trying to conceive for over 20 years. I finally found a gynecologist who actually has helped me a lot. He's given me Metformin, and I finally got the laproscopic surgery I needed (over a month ago). He wasn't able to get all my endometriosis out since it would be dangerous to do, but he was able to make it so I could still conceive. He even checked my tubes, which were clear and open. He told me that I would be able to be fertile for 3 months after surgery. Right after I got healed up, my husband and I started back up without clomid this time. I feel different. I felt a pulling and stretching sensation in my right lower abdomen (where the uterus is). I've had different signs of pregnancy, some a lot more prevalent. I've had a rapid resting heartbeat recently, and of course the stretching feeling, and I have been checking my basal temp every morning. It went from 98.4 (the highest I've ever had before), down to 97.6, and then back up to 98.1. Can I be pregnant? Could this show that I am pregnant? What else could it be? What could the resting rapid heart beat (which has been around 80's to 90's, which is abnormal for me. I usually have a resting heart rate around lower to middle 70's), and stretching of the uterus be if I'm not pregnant? If I am pregnant, I would be three weeks and 2 days. I did a pregnancy test and it came out negative. Should I worry about this or wait? I sure hate the waiting game. Anyway thanks for listening and I hope to hear some feedback on this.


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