Hi everyone, I'm really confused about being pregnant... Believe it or bot I have an 11 month old daughter and we decided to have another one. I know I ovulated 15 days ago as I charted my cervical mucus (as I did with a dd) and since then I've have burning nipples, I've been tired a lot, cramping from about 5dpo, blue veins on breast, arms, fingers and legs, headache, nausea at night, pulling sensation when I cough and move, bleeding gums out of the blue and today 15dpo extreme dizziness but 15 (yes poas addict lol) tests say neg... I found out with dd 10dpo. My cycles last normally about 35 - 37 days and I ovulated 16 days after my last period! Does anyone have any advice? Sorry about the essay lol
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