First I hope everyopne is doing well. It has been a while since I was online. I have been doing well except I think I have taken about six pregnancy tests in the last 10 months. My cycle is so irregular that I just kept hoping. I got to the point were I waited it out and last month was the first month I did not cry when it started. I thought I was doing good, then this month came. According to my cyle it could take up to six weeks for my period to start. THe last two weeks I have been nautious, quite tired and my breats have been a little tender but nothing major and then this weekend they became more tender and I am getting sharo pains through them every once in aheile that only last a few seconds. They also feel different if that makes any sense from the inside. THe signs by themselves I would ignore but with each passing day I gain a little more hope which is really starting to get on my neres becuase I am trying to convice myself I am not to rpetect myself which sounds silly, but I think can ony be understood by those who have lost a baby and have been trying for what seems like forever to get pregnant. Does anyone have any advice? Can your breats only be a little tender? I would aapreciate any advice. Thanks for listening. Andrea
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