I am completely and totally irregular and since I have been off of BC for the last year, I have to take progesterone every three months to make me cycle. N-eways, last Monday I had a horrible wave of nausea come over me and just passed it off as a bug or something...then Saturday I had a migraine with nausea, but the weird thing, when my migraine subsided the nausea didn't, the sound of food made me want to puke. Since then I have been nausea everyday off and on. My lower abdomen like that spot right above my pelvis feels really heavy and tight. I have had menstrual cramping and lower back pain for almost two weeks now and still no AF. I have poopy issues, but I was on the verge of diarreah last week with very painful gas and now I'm back to slightly constipated (not sure if this is just gastro issues or if it relates?) My dad asked the other day if I was pregnant completely caught me off guard and now its been bothering me ever since! I am scared to test, because they are ALWAYS negative (I always get my hopes up)...oh yeah and yesterday I was irretable but TODAY I am extremely irritable! I dunno what's going on or what to do?!
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