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can i be pregnant?

By April 19, 2012 - 3:58am
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I'm trying to get pregnant with my husband and well my last period was april 2 and it was really weird because it was way heavier than it ever is. Well now its the 19th and I've been having crazy cramps terrible back aches my nipples hurt I feel sick constantly and almost everything I eat gives me heart burn. Me and my husband never have protected sex. The 11th though I read that I could put seman in a syringe and insert it that way well my husbands not much of a team player so he ejaculated in my mouth and I took it from my mouth and inserted it into my vagina with a syringe but a lot fell out. We want to be pregnant me more than him is it to early to know or could this be the real deal I'm tired of waiting and if this is just ovulation pain why is it just now happening I've never had this before. It really feels like I should be on my period but its not suposed to start til the 30th. Also I have had in the pasr cysts on my ovaries from birthcontrol and the drs have been watching me for cervical cancer could those be factoring in on what is going on?

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Hi mamacupcake,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If you are trying to conceive, transfering semen from your mouth will kill or damage the sperm count.  If you are having all these symptoms, it might be good to take a home pregnancy test. It might help in conceiving by Charting your basal body temperature in the mornings, is useful for figuring out when you ovulate. "Your temperature usually dips by half a degree 24 hours before you ovulate; then it goes up as you ovulate.  Monitoring cervical mucus is another way to track ovulation. Estrogen causes mucus to thin after your period, while rising levels of progesterone right after ovulation make it thicken.





April 19, 2012 - 6:46am
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