"Soo im 26 weeks prego and I got this huge pain underneath my breast in the center of my chest. It feels like a huge bruise. Ive had this for weeks now and I can feel something poking u under my skin. Anyone no what this is?"
Thanks for checkin up on me! The test was negitive which is a huge relief! As much as we would have loved& taken great care of it me & my husband just aren't quite ready yet. We want kids just not so soon. We've only been married not quite 3 months & we would like to wait at least a year. Just so we can get a little more settled & hopeful move into our own house. We are currently renting a little house from his folks & before we start having kids we would like to have a house of our own with enough room for a child. This house is only a one bedroom house, it could possibly be two but the back room is more like a porch with a door going straight outside from it & it's not very warm on that side of th house so I definantly wouldn't want a child sleeping in there. thx again!
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