"i had cramps in the beginning too. as long as you dont have any blood you have nothing to worry about. cramping is completely normal and you will have a lot of weird pains through out your pregnancy..im 29 weeks and i have had some WEIRD..."
"Im sorry to hear that. im 27 weeks and only have a couple on one boob..i think most of it depends on how much weight you gain and how fast you gain it because if your gaining the weight fast then your skin is going to stretch fast which ..."
Just a quick note to say hi! Just a quick note to say hi! I am back on the TTC wagon again after my miscarriage last August. We decided to try again a week ago. I will be using Chlomid and Fertibella. Have you used any fertility meds? Keep us in your prayers...
Congratulations! Time for a celebration...Can you please share your symtoms durring tww? Also look at my chart and tell me what you think of my chsnces for BFP. Took an hpt today and it was BFN. my boobs feel fuller and hubby says they look biger. My AF came at 11 dpo last month and is due at 15dpo this month.
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