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    TTC, could i be pregnant?
    guestlea000 posted:
    I am now 11 days DPO and I still believe it may be too early to take a test. But i've been showing a few symptoms but i'm not sure what to think of them.

    On my 9th DPO i was at school and all of the sudden got extremely dizzy and almost couldn't stand because my legs and the rest of my body was just so shakey.

    Other symptoms-

    All throughout the day my tummy has been hurting or feeling uncomfortable like i was cramping sort of, and i felt like i was going to throw up.

    I've also been having constipation issues. I usually NEVER have to do.. that. and i know this is TMI but sometimes it's diarrhea or can be colored (green) ew.. sorry

    I've also have had the constant urge to pee

    My last symptom, i can't sleep very much anymore. I just can't seem to fall asleep at night, and during the day i am ALWAYS falling asleep in my classes.

    Could i be pregnant?

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