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Nervous... advice??

So I have a 7 month old baby boy.  He is a true blessing. Here recently I've been feeling a bit off.. (nauseous through the evening and night time.. dizzy.. weak) and I haven't taken my birth control (stupid I know) and I'm super nervous that I might be pregnant again. I'm a stay at home mom and my boyfriend works all day. I can't even remember what very early pregnancy symptoms are. Help?
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Well they are exactly what you said take a test good luck which ever way you want it to go
8748261 tn?1400677893
Thank you
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My son was about seven months old when I got pregnant with baby #2. I'm now 24 weeks expecting a little girl.
8748261 tn?1400677893
I took a test and it came back negative.. I'm thinking that it might be too early because these symptoms came out of no where:( how did you tell people you was expecting when your baby was 7 months?
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My two middle ones are 11 months apart my daughter was only two months old when we got pregnant with our youngest son. I did not know I was unroll about 13 weeks I went to my ob and they did an ultrasound so when I left I just went and showed my parents first and they were happy but were not sure if it he was going to be ok because I have just had a baby and they did not know if my body could handle it which it was just fine he's a healthy three year old now:)
8748261 tn?1400677893
That makes me feel so much better! Thanks!
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