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#1 sally82

Posted 08 February 2013 - 12:11 PM

Hi all, I wasn't acctually trying to concieve but not exactly not trying either and now my period is 3-4 days late but I keep getting BFN. A bit of back ground, I had DS in March 11 and when I had him I was only off the pill for around 6 weeks before I was pregnant. After finishing breastfeeding I went back onto my normal pill which seemed to be working fine. Around 6-8 months ago it started screwing up with breakthrough bleeding EVERY month. It would start about a week before my period and then when I got to the sugar pills start again so essentially 2 weeks worth of bleeding a month.
I came off the pill to try to regulate things and then start back on it as my other option was going onto a much stronger pill and I didn't want to do that at all. I stopped it at the end of my sugar pill period and got my period as expected a month later. This month I have been feeling vagually pregnant with sore boobs, being more tired that normal and being very hungry but I have no idea if it is pregnancy or just the way my body is off the pill. I have been on some form of birth control(pill or mini pill) or pregnant pretty much since I was 16.



Any thoughts? I've done a bunch of tests and nada. My chiro asked me today if I was pregnant as my hormones are all out of whack and affecting my back and I seem to have put on 3kg in a week. HELP PLEASE! I'm doing my own head in!


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