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    An_266448 posted:
    Okay. Not using technical terms here also new to this page. I've been trying to get pregnant for 5 or 6 months now.... Everytime I track when I'm fertile have sex everyday to every other day yet to see my period still happen right on time. But. This last period seemed a little off and now for about two weeks I've been tired and moody sore nipples weird cravings hating food I used to love and now wanting food I haven't had in years. Slight random headaches slight random abdominal pains. And pooping a lot more than normal I know I'm sorry tmi!! And also been eating just about everything in sight.I'm seven days until my next period and honestly very nervous to take another test just because I don't wanna see another negative. Really just wanting advice to what might be going on.

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