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OKay, I'm not sure where to post this, so I'll put it here and if it needs to be moved someone can put it where it goes.<br><br>
I have a 5 month old ds and am ebf. My body is acting like it's pregnant. I also have a 25 month old and have had an early miscarriage, so I know my body reacts a certain way when preg. It has been 6 weeks since I ovulated, but the home tests still say no. I am really confused as to what might be going on with my body. Any thoughts?
 

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I"m gonna move this thread over to Life With a Babe forum....I think<br>
you'll get more help on dealing with this question. Maybe other new<br>
moms are feeling the same and will be able to help you out!<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/hug.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="hug">
 

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My body does certain things at the beginning of my pregnancies and I have learned to recognize them. I have two children and had a miscarriage and each pregnancy was the same. I cramp, a bit like menstraul (sp), but a lot more. My nipples hurt so much! It is almost unbearable to nurse my son. This started a week or two after I ovulated. My taste is affected. I have never had morning sickness before, but I have been a bit quesy (sp) in the mornings lately. I have been peeing a lot more lately, and that always starts early for me. All of a sudden I am way more tired than I was, which was a lot in the first place. All of things by themselves wouldn't really mean anything to me, but put together along with the fact that I have ovulated twice and am not using birth control makes me think that it's a possibility. I also just feel like it, does taht make sense?
 

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Well, My DD Is the same age, and I have been feeling really tired lately, too. I am chalking it up to allergies, not getting enough sleep, and nursing. If you really think you are PG, then go get a blood test! It's best to know for sure. Don't know where you are in AR, but I'm in S. MO, and the pollen is really doing a number on all of us (baby included <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/greensad.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="greensad"> )
 
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