• 8 months ago

    Not sure

    My husband and I have been trying to convince & I have been taking prenatal & viatex to better our chances. I missed my period last month but light spotting here & there. Sometimes feel nauseated & tired. I also have a weird feeling in my lower left side of stomach occasionally like a movement of some sort. Not sure if it's a sign we are pregnant or just nothing at all. Any help is much appreciated.

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  • 8 months ago

    RE: Not sure

    Can I be pregnant without husband???
  • 8 months ago

    RE: Not sure

    1. Prenatals don't help conception in any way.

    2. It's way too early to feel (pregnancy) movement.

    3. Take a test and see - it's the only way to be sure.
  • 8 months ago

    RE: Not sure

    It's good that you've started taking prenatals. It's always good to start them before you conceive. However, they do not help your chances. Also, it's not really recommended that you take vitex without a medical professional's advice. It can mess with your cycle. And, as much as I know you want to conceive immediately, it can take a healthy couple up to a year to get pregnant so just track ovulation through temping and give it time before you start tinkering with the system. As for feeling weird stuff, for one thing, your uterus is way down behind your pelvis. And there have been plenty of times since my first pregnancy when I knew for certain I wasn't pregnant that I felt stuff that felt like movement. It's just your guts. You would be able to get a positive pregnancy test long before you would feel movement.
  • RE: Not sure

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