I have been off the pill for 6 months, my periods are regular. My husband and i used the pull out method a few days before, and on the day i ovulated, then a few days later.
A few days after ovulation, i had a random moment where i "knew" i was pregnant. This was over two weeks ago, and ive been having cramping, gas, extremely bloated (like so much more than i usually get before periods), one nipple is redy-brown and the other brown, they are usually pink. My breasts arent particularily sore.
Ive been having cravings. Ive been incredibly moody and cry at the drop of a hat. I have to pee sooo often and ive been very thirsty. I have also had loads of headaches.
Ive had a constant blocked and runny nose and heartburn. Ive been very nauseous, lightheaded and the last 2 days ive been seeing dots, and having tingly hands in the mornings, which i have never experienced before. Ive had 2 negative PT and my periods due in 2 days.
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!
In all probability you will get your periods. The symptoms are due to withdrawal effect of going off the pill and due to severe acidity. Take an antacid gel and Omeprazole to counteract the acidity. Avoid alcohol and fuzzy drinks and spicy meal. The mood swings etc could be due to PCOS or hormonal changes because of stopping the pills.
Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once. Hope this helps. Take care!
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