"I was planning going natural but my contractions were so bad I was hyperventilating and they were coming to fast for me to try and catch my breath so I ended up getting the epidural and it was amazing. went so smoothly after that. and as..."
Me and my boyfriend have sex pretty regularly and we do use condoms, but not in the beginning. He will put one on when he starts feeling like he is going to ***. Well lately I've been extremely tired, I hadn't noticed until he mentioned it to me that I've been sleeping an abnormal amount. I've been getting hot flashes a lot lately, which I never get. I've been getting unbearable sharp pains in my boobs and they pop out of my bra a lot more lately. I've had a slight upset stomach, headaches, and now lightheadedness. I've also (TMI WARNING) a lot more white cm on my panties this past week.
The only strange thing is I got over my period a week ago, but it wasn't like my others.
So my question is should I take a test or should I wait a couple more weeks? Or should I not worry at all?
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