Pregnant and cramping question just a little worried
just needing some advice if anyone can help?
I just found out April 3rd I took two hpt at 8:00am first waking up and hubby was with me when I took it he talked me into taking them because I was currently 4 days late and was just having some mild cramping and breast sore ness a week before I was having some nausia and I did indeed throw up a bit! I have had some bad experiance in the past with these test so I bought two and took them both and there was two bright blue lines on each test stairring back at us I was in shock and began to cry I couldn't believe it , it was happy tears believe you me!
now im just having some cramping coming and going !
I also dont feel pregnant and I did with both my boys !
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