Should I Test Now

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monicaweiner - February 22

im having high feeling that i am pregnant 3x more bowel movements,cramping,watery discharge,nausea,streching feeling in my stomach and lower stomach, and low back pains but my period isnt due untill march 10th i was wondering since im having alot of symptoms if its still to early to test.

 

Lin - February 22

It's way too early to test. Those symptoms are indicating ovulation, not pregnancy - especially that watery discharge. This is your most fertile time, so get busy!

 

monicaweiner - February 22

well when i ovulate i have mild crampy throughout the day and more a cream colored discharge and with the crampy im having now im so uncomfortable i havent been able to sleep all the way through the night for the past to nights and ive never felt like this before in jan my period was due the 2nd but didnt come until the 10th and it came again on the 10th of this month (feb.) just very confused

 

jeanette - February 22

If you had your period on the 10th of February, you are about to ovulate,which happens for regular cycles about 12 to 16 days after the first day of your period.... which is why you are getting the watery discharge now. All of those "symptoms" you are having are all the ones I get during ovulation. If you are wanting to get pregnant, this is the time you should start having intercourse.

 

loveableme462 - February 22

hi monicaweiner, i am in a similar situation, for last couple of days i have been having like 3 lots of bowl movements each day, this is not normal at all, i also have been experiancing sore b___bs for the last 5 days now

 

monicaweiner - February 22

TO LOVEABLEME462-well alot of females ive talked to have told me that in the first couple of weeks of pregnancy they all had bad bowel movements then constipation afterwards thats why i was asking well my husband is making me a appointment to get a blood test. good luck to you!

 

loveableme462 - February 22

good luck to you aswell

 

Deb - February 22

If your period isn't due until March 10th, then it is likely that you haven't even ovulated yet. Also keep in mind that after you ovulate, it takes 6 - 12 days for the egg to implant, then 3 - 4 more days to build up enough HCG hormone to be detected by a pregnancy test. It is this hormone that causes you to feel symptoms. It has only been about 12 days since your period started and very unlikely that you ovulated on the first day of your period. Most doctors won't give you a blood test until your period is overdue. Remember, lots of people who are not pregnant get bouts of intestinal problems including frequent bowel movements, cramping and low back pains. It is very possible that your symptoms are caused from something else like a bug or something you ate. I know you want to be pregnant really badly, most women on here do, but you have to be realistic about the reproductive cycle and how it works.

 

Deb - February 22

I forgot to mention that the majority of women don't get a positive home pregnancy test until after their period is due. The wait is a killer for everyone, but there isn't anything we can do about it. Good luck to you and keep us posted.

 

monicaweiner - February 22

well actually my doctor called me in to get blood work because he said eather im pregnant or having a miscarriage and i have already ovualted bc my period was suspose to star on the 2nd of feburary and it didnt start till the 10th ill get my results sometime tonight and ill let you all no! p.s when i got my blood taken the nurse said your pregnant before she took it and she knows a little about it then i do.

 

Lin - February 22

Monica, you can not a__sume that you were pregnant before just because your period was late. The only way you could possibly know that is if you were temping and knew exactly when you ovulated. It is much more likely that you just ovulated late and so your period was late. You are ovulating now, so don't waste your doctor's time. It sounds to me like you are not thinking rationally at all but a__suming what you would like to think and going on that. If your doctor thinks you're pregnant just based on what you've told us, then he's an idiot.

 

Deb - February 22

So maybe then you got pregnant LAST month. Some women experience a period even though they are pregnant. It is rare but it does happen. If you had a period on the 10th, you likely ovulated near the 27th of January. Or if you were due on the 2nd, you may have ovulated around the 19th of January. All I know is there is no way you could have gotten pregnant since your period on the 10th and had a miscarriage. There just hasn't been enough time for the egg to implant etc. I also don't know how a nurse would be able to know if you are pregnant before the blood test. It is not like she would be able tell by looking at you. Anyway, all confusion put aside, let us know what happens. Good luck!

 

monicaweiner - February 22

wow this is horrible all i did was ask a question and i got people talking the way you guys are i have faith and if im not i know its not my time and my best friend took test all said negative and then had a period then the following month went to the docotor and she was already 7 weeks pregnant so who are yall to crush someones dream of being pregnant i came on this site because i just moved to lousiana from tennessee got married and my husband is in the army and just got back from iraq i have no females here to talk to and thats why i got on here but i need to go else where to find support

 

keeks - February 22

I would wait. If you test this early you may get a false BFP or neg. Chemical pregnancy or early m/c can give you false hopes. I think its best to wait until a few days after a missed period. You will know for sure if you are truly pregnant after a missed AF. Baby Dust

 

Grandpa Viv - February 22

Monica, some of the responses you are getting are because some women think every other woman's body acts like their own. You seem to know your body pretty well. Take a test a couple of weeks after it started acting up. That will equate to 21 days after possible conception, which is normally long enough for a test to show positive. First morning pee is best. Good luck!

 

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