I am 24 years old and I recently found out that I was pregnant. I took three test to be sure two home pregnancy and one from a health center all urine. I was wondering if there could be a possibility that I am not really pregnant because the only symptoms I am really having are cramps, fatigue, and I was having diarrhea. Could this just be a chemical pregnancy?
A lot of people don't have any symptoms when they find out they are pregnant. I had no symptoms at all. I was 3 and a half weeks and I didn't have any symptoms til about 6 weeks. Then the horrible morning sickness set in. So enjoy your time feeling good for now!
Girl ur defonatly pregnant im 19 almost 20 weeks along and still have had nothing but a big ol tummy and getting up alot at night to pee.lol oh and feeling like theyres waves in my stomach because I can see my little guy move all the way across
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