hi im 21 years old i been trying to get pregnant for months now..i have been pregnant twice the last two years in the summer..im having swollen or puffy nipples and they are sensitive..im very tired. extremely tired.my period was to come April 30 its now two days late..i had brownish discharge saturday up until tuesday..im not having any now..minor cramping feel like period is about to come..took a pregnancy test and i got a negative..my periods are usually on time or early..am i pregnant or is this just pms? oh and i don't have any medical issues
I have had the same issue, but mine is always my period coming although don't lose hope. And some advice for ttc, start pre natals. I spent a year ttc and once I started pre natals, it took about a month for it to happen! Good luck!
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