okayy so me and my boyfriend had sex between the 16th-20th of dec. 2010 my period came 6 days late. was light and not enough to even fill up a tampon or a pad... it only lasted 3-4 days very light. i went to the gyno yesterday dr. made me pee on a stick it says neg. but is it too early to tell??? ive been having the same period cramping and feel a little nausous thats why ive been in bed all morning tired cant stay awake for nothing... could it be im too early to tell? ive never beeen late on a period before and its never been that lite its alwayssss heavy period every month... whats going on??
I know, it has been a while. How's the baby, I'm sure he must be soooo big now? Jayden is a big, stubborn toddler now. I get no rest....lol. Things are good here, no complaints. I don't have facebook, I know, I'm like the only one who doesn't have a page. Richie and I just agreed not to have one. Although, I might be able to convince him at some point....lol.
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