I had a tubal done 8 years ago, after I had my 4th child. For the past month-month and a half, I've felt this unusual movement in my stomach, a movement that feels like a baby kicking, and trust me, I know how that feels. As I think back, about 2-3 months ago, I had a stint with morning sickness, a bad one. My periods have not stopped, but keep in mind, for my first child, I had a period until I was 5 months along. But over the past 3 months or so, my periods have gotten lighter and shorter. The movement in my stomach is getting more regular now and more defined. So much so that I can see the movement and others can feel it as well...and the movement is getting stronger. Now I'm dealing with swollen and sore breasts, swollen feet and hands, and weight gain even though I've been exercising and eating differently in order to lose weight. I took a urine test and it was negative. Can anyone give me feedback on this?
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