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Are these possible pregnancy symptoms? xom TTC since Jun 2013; London, United Kingdom 9 posts
8th Sep '13

Me and my boyfriend have been having unprotected sex for the past 3 months.. My last period lasted for only 3 days, when it's usually 5-6 days long, it was lighter than usual and wasn't heavy, except I had terrible cramping and lower back ache. I usually have a flat stomach but it seems to look bloated now. The past 5 days I've been having a fluttery feeling in my tummy and keep seeing milky white discharge which doesn't smell or irritate me in my underwear. Also every time I eat, it feels as if I've got food stuck in my throat and will not go away for a good couple of hours even if I drink plenty of water, sometimes leaving me feeling like I'm going to be sick. My period is due to come in the next 6 days, so I don't think I can take a hpt just yet because it may be too early. I'm going to wait to see if I do come on. Also my stomach is always making noises, like gurgling sounds which it never did before.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
8th Sep '13

You had a period. All periods are not the same. You bled when you were expected to. You had a period.



You're bloated. Fart/ crap and it'll go away.



You have muscle spasms in your stomach.



You do not show until you're 12+ weeks. You do not feel movement for 15+ weeks.



You're having trouble swallowing, tell your doctor or chew more.



Your stomach is gurgling. Stop eating Taco Bell. You have gas or need to poop.



Now stop having unprotected sex with your boyfriend and get on birth control.

xom TTC since Jun 2013; London, United Kingdom 9 posts
8th Sep '13

No need to be so rude about it, we're trying for a child - and the period I had was just over a week early, which I forgot to mention.

[Shelly&Dexter&Felix] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; London, United Kingdom 4851 posts
8th Sep '13

Go get a pack of TESCO or Asda tests for

xom TTC since Jun 2013; London, United Kingdom 9 posts
8th Sep '13

I was just curious because of all these symptoms, lol. But I'll do that.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
8th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting xom:</b>" No need to be so rude about it, we're trying for a child - and the period I had was just over a week early, which I forgot to mention."</blockquote>




You ARE trying for a child because you're purposely having unprotected sex. And you're a child yourself. Stop.



Eta: I see you said you were trying. I read that you were not. My bad.

[Shelly&Dexter&Felix] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; London, United Kingdom 4851 posts
8th Sep '13

She's 19. You don't no her situation. :) maybe she and her boyfriend are very well prepared and ready to try for a baby , you never know.

xom TTC since Jun 2013; London, United Kingdom 9 posts
8th Sep '13

I'm nearly 20 years old, excuse me for wanting to start a family. I work full time, support myself and am in a stable relationship. Don't give me all the age crap.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
8th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting xom:</b>" I'm nearly 20 years old, excuse me for wanting to start a family. I work full time, support myself and am in a stable relationship. Don't give me all the age crap."</blockquote>




So now you ARE trying?



Why don't you wait until you're in a stable marriage?



Aren't you a little concerned that he's willing to impregnate you and be tied to you for 18 years but won't marry you for life?



Don't you want to do things like....get a degree...

[Shelly&Dexter&Felix] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; London, United Kingdom 4851 posts
8th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Red Bottom:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting xom:</b>" I'm nearly 20 years old, excuse me for wanting to ... [snip!] ... you and be tied to you for 18 years but won't marry you for life? Don't you want to do things like....get a degree..."</blockquote>




My sister had her baby at 20. She's now got a 3year old. She's just finishing Uni and been with her boyfriend for 9years this November. They have no intention of getting married because they simply don't feel he need to. They'd like to. But how they'd want is far to expensive.




Not everyone NEEDS marriage to be happy and have a family.

xom TTC since Jun 2013; London, United Kingdom 9 posts
8th Sep '13

Well, I did just write that in the previous post to you.. If I wasn't trying, why would I be having unprotected sex without using contraception? Wouldn't seem very logical, would it.



Who says that we aren't planning it for the future, you're just assuming, focusing on the age like most ignorant people do. What difference would it be if I'm in a stable relationship or to being married to that person? Nothing's going to change except my last name, our relationship is still going to be exactly how it's been..



And no, I'm not worried about any of that, who even mentioned that he's not willing to marry me and stay with me for the rest of my life?



What makes you think I've not graduated from school and such? I already have a career.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
8th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting xom:</b>" Well, I did just write that in the previous post to you.. If I wasn't trying, why would I be having unprotected ... [snip!] ... stay with me for the rest of my life? What makes you think I've not graduated from school and such? I already have a career."</blockquote>




You're not 19 with your college degree and your career.



And you made no sense.



Does your boyfriend know you're trying to get pregnant?



And to answer your question, because if he wanted to marry you, he would.

xom TTC since Jun 2013; London, United Kingdom 9 posts
8th Sep '13

Schooling is very different in the UK, besides I never said I had a degree, I said I have a career.



I'm sorry, but where the hell did I mention that I wasn't trying to get pregnant? I don't see where I wrote that anywhere, please do show me! Also, it was him who had suggested it actually, so I stopped taking the pill 3 months ago so we could start trying for a family.



Like I said before, we're planning on marrying in the future, that being in a few years.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
8th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting xom:</b>" Schooling is very different in the UK, besides I never said I had a degree, I said I have a career. ... [snip!] ... we could start trying for a family. Like I said before, we're planning on marrying in the future, that being in a few years."</blockquote>



So he won't marry you for a few years, but knocking you up in your teens? Sure.



And you did in fact say you finished school in reference to me asking if you wanted to get a degree.



And if you seriously think your job at 19 is your lifelong career, you have a lot of growing up to do.



Hope you have an extra grand a month to shell out in child care.

xom TTC since Jun 2013; London, United Kingdom 9 posts
8th Sep '13

Still no mention of me saying that I said I wasn't trying to get pregnant? That was your own assumption.



Age is just a number, so I don't know why you're still harping on about it. It's my life, not yours. I have finished school, I don't want to go to university or anything. Also, I never said the job I have now is a life long job, did I? But it pays good and is very flexible.



Don't worry about my income, I can afford it, also we have the help and support of both sets of parents.