Pregnancy or just PMS?

posted 2 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 63
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95 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

I have been reading this post for as long as it’s been up, knowing that there’s no way you were pregnant. Do yourself a real favor and get on birth control, and you won’t have to go through this again. Find any ol’ gynecologist in your new city, say you’re a new patient and need to schedule a yearly exam, and ask to go on birth control. Not sure how it works where you are, but for me and my insurance, the exam and the birth control is free.

Whatever method you decide, be responsible and take it exactly as directed; it’s much easier than having to calculate the exact last second you can schedule an abortion.  

I truly don’t mean to sound harsh, I know sh!t happens. I just hope you got something out of this whole ordeal! 

Post # 65
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95 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

norealname :  Good, I’m happy to hear that! Good luck, Bee. 

Post # 66
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9828 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

Much ado about nothing, bee!

In the future, make him wrap his tacker if he’s sliding into your wrapper. And get yourself set up on some form of birth control so you can have peace of mind. 

Post # 68
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10 posts
Newbee

The symptoms of early pregnancy are extremely similar to the symptoms of your menstrual cycle, which is why you can’t be totally sure of either until you take a test.  Sore or enlarged breasts, bloating, nausea, and fatigue are all common to both.  Just because you really wanted those cheese fries does not mean you are three weeks along or eating for two (though if you really want them, go for it, girl).  It’s common for PMS to heighten your appetite, and believe it or not, worrying about pregnancy will only make it worse.  Stress can absolutely cause you to miss a period, so to avoid confusion, calm down.

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