This could be totally unrelated to pregnancy, but I wanted to know what was going on. I'm not really gassy and my bm's have been normal. AF left Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. She started on Saturday. Well it's Saturday morning here (1:06 am) and for two days I've felt and heard a gurgling noise around my uterus. I know the intestines and whatnot could have something to do with that but it honestly feels like my uterus. I've had a few cramps here and there even after AF left. It's only on my left side. I've been peeing every hour tonight and yesterday. Not drinking more or less. My breasts still burn a little. Not a lot though.
I had AF. Was light then got real heavy-ish and then went away. Had one clot. Usually get around 3-4 of them. DF and I were laying in the bed last night and I said to him that I was cramping. He asked if it hurt I said no... Which they didn't. It's just on my left side.
DF and I BD and he noticed a crazy amount of white cm similar to lotion on him. I've had that before but not after AF. I also wanted to metion my appetite has slightly decreased.
I am cramping right now. Doesn't hurt but again, I feel it on my left side and slightly in the middle.
DF is insisting I retest, but I had AF so I don't see the need. Wanted your opinions on whether or not I should even bother...........?
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