Hi ladies. I am so anxious and confused. I am a very regular person when it comes to my period. Every month for about a week. April 11-18 I had my period. My husband and I had sex on April 18 & 21. About a week after that I had tingling/electric feelings in my breasts, a few days later I noticed that the veins in my arms and breasts were a lot more visible. I thought for sure I was pregnant. I have two children already, 3 & 4, so I thought I knew my body well. Than on May 8 I started cramping in my upper stomach and than spotting, but it was different. First off it did not smell like my period at all. The blood was watery and inconsistent. It went on for about 3-4 days. One minute I would wipe and it would be there and the next time there would be nothing. Again, I thought for sure this was pregnancy. I have been extra tired, with a few early symptoms but I keep getting a negative test. I took the ovulation tests for about 4 days when I was supposed to be ovulating, according to a chart, and they were all negative. Now my period is due in about 5 days, I feel bloated off and on. I have also been tracking my body temperature for about 3 weeks now and it has been slightly elevated. Everyone I talk to says it is close to impossible for me to be pregnant due to the time frame my husband and I had sex, and having sex just feels different. It is a little harder to get him in (I'm so sorry if this is TMI) and he keeps telling me it feels like there is something in there. I've tried doing my own cervical exam but I feel like my entire area is closing up. I hate waiting and I know that's probibly what most of you are going to tell me but I really want to be pregnant. Every pregnancy calculator I do says I would be 7 weeks pregnant, but when I think about it I think I am only 4. So, ladies please help me ease my mind if you can. Thanks.
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