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I'm 18 years old, and I might be pregnant. It has been long enough to take a test, but my boyfriend wants me to wait until he sees me this friday... I understand, and would like him to be there for moral support, but it is so hard to wait!
I am pretty sure I am pregnant, though...
I had unprotected sex on the 18th of march, (Stupid, I know) and my period ended a week before that...
I have had severe nausea and super sensitive, swollen breasts. They are noticeably swollen, almost a whole size. (I bought a sports bra to keep them from hurting when I walk so much).
I was also having super bad cramps, on top of the nausea, for about two days that ended a few days ago.
I am pretty scared, because I am in college and don't have a job... But my boyfriend has just finished engineering school and might have a good job with walmart, and he is very supportive and wants to raise it with me.
I know it will work out, but it is so hard to wait for the test! Eeeee!
It sounds like you're having many symptoms of pregnancy...especially if your period hasn't show up!
It's great to hear your partner will be supportive, no matter what. That is really awesome!
I hope that you both get the result you want. Make sure you keep us updated If you are infact pregnant, stick around here! There are due date clubs that will help you connect with women who are also pregnant. It was an amazing support system when I was pregnant!
Thank-you Bokkechick for the beautiful siggy!
Proud mama to Audrina (10-10-2011) & Bryden (09-19-2014)
An increase in progesterone caused by ovulation can give the same symptoms as hcg which is why you can get pregnancy symptoms and not be pregnant. When your hormones change around the time AF is due it can make the symptoms more predominant as well. Good luck and I hope you get the answer you want!
Colleen proud mommy to DS (8/2009), DS (6/2011), and DD (7/2013)