Me and my husband are trying to conceive since August 2012, but to no avail. I'm tired of the dissapointment. I had an appointment on Dec 17th. I believe I started to ovulate that same day. Because the day after I started experiencing a lot of symptoms. I had some light cramping in my lower abdomen for 4 days, every day since then and still currently feel very nausious, have had minor headaches, I have been constipated since then as well only had 2 small bowel movements in the last week and a half. My face broke out which I never break out this bad, I also have been very moody. I haven't been able to get up the energy yo move or get anything accomplished. There is more I just can't think right now. Please help! I think I may be pregnant but I don't want to be let down again.
How are you? How was your last appointment? If pregnancy is being considered at this time, it is best that you inform your doctor for proper evaluation. Try not to worry and be anxious, the symptoms could indeed be due to hormone changes or possible pregnancy. While most of the symptoms you mentioned may be the presumptive signs of pregnancy, confirmation through physical examination, as well as sonogram may be done. Take care and and do keep us posted.
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