Ok My DH and I have desided to start trying for our second child about 2 mo. ago. I have had multiple signs & symptoms that I could be pregnant. My AF was 4 days late , but I got it today ( Light, I am usually heavy at first ). Is there any way I could still be pregnant? Or could I be spotting and cramping from implantation? I have taken 2 HPT and they both said BFN. I have read this in an artical " Implantation occurs normally around the time when you'd be expecting your period. This early stage of pregnancy can cause cramping and some spotting, but many moms-to-be feel no change (yet!) in their bodies " So my question is what do you guys think I should do? Wait it out? Take an other test? HELP???
I know a girl who fund out she was pregnant when she was 7mo along, she still had regular periods and no sign of pregnancy what so ever until she went to the doc for a yearly exam and found out, her belly didn't develop or anything but as soon as she found out, her belly grew to the regular size and everything (poor girl had the baby at 8mo so she only had a month to prepare)
My mom didn't know she was preggers with me until she was 5 months along. She was still getting her periods and had even gone to the dr. to have test (urine test) and the dr. told her she wasn't preggers. It is rare but it can definitely happen. I would go get a blood test; this is the only way to know 100%.
Thank you guys soo much for the advice about this. I really hope I am pregnant still..lol And if I'm not will just have to keep on trying:) It will happen soon enough. But I will keep you guys posted.
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