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8096155 tn?1401890611

Praying

I have been having on and off cramping for about 2 weeks along with very sore nipples.  It hurts at times to even weara bra or shirt. I been very gassy also and just been feeling like crap. My period is due in 3 days here. I was taking clomid this would been my second round.  My gyno uped my dose to 100mg since my first round didn't work. I pray so hard that this round worked.  I never get sore nipples before my periods snd only cramp a day before my period is suppose to come. I am so sick of seeing negatives all the time. It's so depressing and I don't know how much more I can take. I really hope that my husband and I are pregnant. We have been trying for 2 and half years now and we really want to become parents more than anything in this world. Please pray for us.
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9334757 tn?1418159988
It's possible you are pregnant but it seems a bit early for symptoms as well, ssometimes I have the same symptoms and it ends up being my period. Sending positive thoughts your way, good luck!
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Hope you are pregnant. M really praying for you.best of luck
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Best of luck to you!!
9561708 tn?1406908841
I hope you are...!
8096155 tn?1401890611
Thanks girls I really hope so too. I'll definitely keep you all updated.
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