Hello everyone I am a 29 yr old mother of three and my spouse and I have been having unprotected sex for almost 2yrs now. I had a Tubal Ligation in 2003 and I have had 3 mischarges since we have been together so right now I have feeled fluttering in my stomach and I sleep alot and I have been eating more my chest looks huge and there is white residue in my nipples(its creamy and white) I have Moodswings out of this world. My last period started March 29 and stopped on Aprl 4. It's Now May 18 could I be Pregnant..........Help Me Please
def. call your doc. my cousin had a tubal during a c-section after her twins were born and almost 2 yrs later she was pregnant and had a baby boy. i know how your feeling i havent had a period since april 2nd and several preg symptoms. i think i will test in a few days. just seems impossible after having a tubal ligation but i guess its not, the more i read the more common it sounds.
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