I Need Womens Opinions Please

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clk2010 - July 26

I am 21 and i have been trying to get pregnant for about 3 years now with no luck. Ive thought Ive been pregnant before but the tests have always been negative. But this time feels different, My last period was in June on the 15th and around July 22nd I started being tired ALL the time for no reason (i haven't done anything more than i normally do and i do not work) i sleep all day then wake up for a few hours and will be so tired ill just wanna go back to bed. I slept over 16 hours yesterday. What made me realize ive been so tired the past week is that ive been craving coffee so bad, and i dont drink coffee that often. At first i thought i was craving coffee just cause i wanted some but i realized it was right around the time i started being tired all the time and i dont think its a pregnancy craving i think im craving it from being so exhausted, my body wants caffeine to counter act the fatigue. So besides being so tired all day every day, around July 3rd i had a tiny tiny little bit of spotting (pinkish discharge) that was only there once when i wiped so i thought it was my period starting early or something. Also last night i went grocery shopping and almost threw up a few times in the store. And ive noticed more Vaginal discharge the last week and a half... I know i should take a test but i dont think i can take getting my hopes up and being let down again, 3 years is a long time to try and all my friends are having babies and im afraid I will never be able to have kids :( But it does feel different this time cause ive never been this tired in my life even when i used to work 12 hours a day. Please let me know what you think. Thanks.


andesue - July 28

definately sounds like pregnancy symptoms. How long are your cycles usually? When was your period due? Are your cycles regular? Basically, the only way to know is to take a test. I know it's heart breaking to see a negative but if you ARE pregnant and don't test out of fear, then you could be missing out on prenatal care for your baby. Being a parent is about putting your baby's needs first, even if it may mean some heart ache for you. Good luck!



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