About Me: Female, 33, atlanta, GA, member since Apr 2010
I AM ME ALL DAY EVERYDAY.. CRAZY, GOOFY, SERIOUS. OPEN, UNDERSTANDING, STRAIGHT FORWARD, I CONSIDER MYSELF TO BE ONE IN A MILLION (KINDA CUTE EH.. LOL..) IN A RELATIONSHIP OF 6 YEARS BEEN WANTING AND TRYING FOR A BABY BUT HAS FAILED TO COMPLETE THE PREGNANCIES.. WE BOTH
[More] ARE SO ANXIOUS AND READY TO START A FAMILY SO WE JUST HAVE TO KEEP IT GOING UNTIL SOMETHING GOOD HAPPENS.. SO UNTIL THEN WE WAIT... WISH ME LUCK! : )
"You should be fine... it could be nothing but old blood from the linen of the uterus .. if you are in pain like cramping really bad and alot of blood then it would be best to see your doc, but don't set off any alarms b/c based on what y..."
Thank you! I definitely feel further along than that and the last time I went to the doctor I was measuring 2 weeks ahead so technically I would be at 33 weeks but I have a doctor's appointment next Tuesday and they will be doing an ultrasound and measuring me to see where I stand! I am very excited!
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