Uhmm can somebody help me?! Posted before but no one answers
Hello, ok so this is an odd question but im a little worried and weirded out. Ok so fiance and i have been trying to have a baby for almost 9 months now. I believe i may be pregnant but i am doing the 2ww to see if i miss my period and then test. Ok so i do have a lot of symptoms so thats why im pretty sure i am but i started having something really weird this morning. Idk how to describe it but idk if any of u have ever put a tampon in wrong and u can feel it inside u. Ok well thats what i am feeling inside my vagina right now but i dont have one in. It literally feels like i put a tampon in incorrectly and can fell it, especially when i walk. Its really annoying. So has anyone had this a one of those "strange" early pregnancy symptoms or does anybody know why i would be feeling this? Thanks
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