so i have had my tubes tied for 4 years now. for the most part i have had normal periods, well there heavier now but there always on time maybe a day late or so but not much has changed. i was with my ex for 3 years and we didnt use no protection at all and nothing happend, and i have had unprotected sex before that and nothing happend but now im with someone new and i have had problems with my periods sense me and him has been together and we have been together for bout 4 months. my period before last i had a huge blood clot like it was kinda scary, it looked like i had a mis carry and the way it happend it sounds like i did. my period after that was on and off for bout a week but it was not normal and now im a week late and im tired all the time and i feel sick and im gettin really bad headachs. is my body tryin to get pregnant? or could i be? or is just me?
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