Tima - posted on 12/25/2013 ( 5 moms have responded )
I was on birth control pills for about five months due to hormonal imbalance and stopped after I finished my pill box almost at the end of November. I got married on September 29th and my husband and I want to have our first baby so we tried conceiving for the first time on December 2nd (I think I was ovulating.. I think). We only tried once, unfortunately. And again about a week and a half later. I've had a lot of symptoms of pregnancy - sore, tender breasts and nipples, constipation, bloating, mild back pains, fatigue, lack of appetite, getting tired easily. I got my period around the 15th of every month and didn't get it this month (first month off the pill) and it's the 25th. My husband and I assumed I must be pregnant but I did research and found out that these may be symptoms of my body getting back to normal after stopping birth control. I also haven't had any nausea. My husband and I tried again yesterday to get pregnant. My question is, what are the chances that I'm pregnant instead of this being post-pill symptoms?? I've always worried about having fertility problems because my husband and I would do unprotected sex for over a year (when we were dating and were NOT trying to conceive) and I never got pregnant.
I'm scared of taking a pregnancy test and getting a negative. :(
I eat very healthy, lots of fruits and vegetables, proteins, anything to make my body healthy enough to conceive!