I'm 22 yo, and have had two MCs in the past 6 months. My first normal period after the MCs came on January 2nd, and I haven't had a period since then. I've always been irregular, but if I had to estimate a menstrual cycle length, I'd say between 28 and 40 days. I honestly don't even remember what it feels like to have a normal cycle... I've been dealing with pregnant stuff since June!
But anyway, I have the headaches, fatigue, swollen boobies, sore nipples, enhanced smell, excess gas (I burp all the time!), 'late' period, and still no positive pregnancy tests. Am I experiencing pregnancy symptoms because I'm pregnant and just have low hCG levels, or is it all in my head? I studied therapy in college and know that your mindset can greatly affect how you feel physically -- I'm just worried that's what I'm doing to myself -- thinking myself into having pregnancy symptoms out of fear of being pregnant and having another MC!
HELP! Reading these forums is the only thing that helps me get through these days of not knowing an answer. Time just crawls by so slowly...
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