Hiya, me and my boyfriend have been trying for a baby for about 5 months now and the past week I've noticed some changes but prior to that I was on the depo injection (a contraceptive) and I came off about 7 months ago since that I had a 4 month long period which seemed like it was never going to budge until about 2 weeks or so ago I stopped bleeding, I've had sore breasts and really hard nipples and the past couple if days I've not really had a appetite also I have been getting some strange feelings in my stomach not a pain as such but it varys to a sharp pain and a aching sensation I have felt sicky but not actually been sick or felt I need to be. Also I can't stop peeing and I can't seem to hold it, I would just like to know what people think before I do a test as I don't want to get excited and it not be anything but a bug. Thank you and hope someone gets back to me
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