I am quite new to this site and was wondering what you all might think.... Any advice is good advice.... My partner and i have been trying to conceive since 08... Yes we havent had much luck... AF is normally quite normal and pays her visit aroud the same time every month!! I believe my last period started on the 28th December 2011 which means i would now be late... i took a test about a week ago and it came up negative... I have been having nausea, cramping, dizziness, light headaches and fatigue for the past week... and not to mention urinating a lot more... getting up in the middle of the night to go to the toilet (like 4 times) which i never do... not even once... I know all women are different but is it possible that i am pregnant and my body just hasn't produced enough HCG to show a BFP?????
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