I had a stretching/snapping sensation that I would feel in my lower abdomen (off to the side). During my second pregnancy, I actually knew I was pregnant before the test came back, because I remembered that snapping feeling (like a rubber band smacking you in the groin).
Also, very tired, breasts hurt and aversion to smells.....The nausea came after a few weeks.
Extremely sore and tender bbs, my tummy felt bruised all over from the inside, had to eat every few hours to avoid nausea and had some light cramping. It does get better however...either that or we just become used to the symptoms!
i just found out i was six weeks preggo yesterday..and today im feeling this cramping feeling...i thought i was about to loos it but then the pain went away..thank GOD i saw these comments cuz i really thought i was alone and that something was wrong
I dd the home test n they shows that am pregnant a week after tha t i had period pains and the next day i went to see a Dr. N he also dd the test n they were positive. He dd a scan to check whether i had miscarry n i dd nt miscarry cz the womb's mouth was still closed but they is no bby inside the womb. M so worried dont know what to think anymore n its my first time being pregnancy. Can u please help a sister out
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