I haven't felt like this in almost 7 years

Discussion in 'Childhood and Beyond (4+)' started by Mellizos, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. Mellizos

    Mellizos Well-Known Member

    Exhausted. Needing to nap most every day. Slightly nauseous. And now heartburn.

    Please say it ain't so. :hush:
  2. moski

    moski Well-Known Member TS Moderator

    :woah: Get thee to a pharmacy.
  3. 4jsinPA

    4jsinPA Well-Known Member TS Moderator

    sooooo...........any news?
  4. jenn-

    jenn- Well-Known Member

    Okay, you can't post that and leave us hanging.
  5. Juj

    Juj Well-Known Member

    Inquiring minds want to know.
  6. MNTwinSquared

    MNTwinSquared Well-Known Member

  7. Sandy005

    Sandy005 Well-Known Member

    I + 1 to this comment!
  8. Mellizos

    Mellizos Well-Known Member

    I just can't wrap my head around the logic of it.
    I've had a Mirena since the boys were 6 weeks old (replaced right around their 5th birthday). I occasionally get a very light period, but I don't keep track of them. Even if an egg fertilized (and I know I still ovulate based other physical symptoms) I don't think I have enough uterine lining for implantation. And we haven't exactly been busy, given our recent move and stress of getting settled in a new state.

    Of course, I know I need to test because the likelihood of an ectopic pregnancy is greater than a viable pregnancy. I just hate to waste my money on tests when the possibility it's positive is so very, very slim.
  9. Katheros

    Katheros Well-Known Member

    I have a Mirena too and get what I've started calling "phantom pregnancies." All the symptoms, without the baby. They drive so friggin' insane I'm having the darn thing taken out. I'm the same way about wasting money on tests that always come out negative.
  10. Mellizos

    Mellizos Well-Known Member

    I'm going with this. :p This is the first time it's happened to me in almost 7 years. Otherwise I love Mirena.
    As you can see, I'm trying to talk myself out of it. 'Cause it just can't possibly be happening.
  11. Katheros

    Katheros Well-Known Member

    I've had a bunch the past six months and my Mirena "expires" the end of this year, I'm wondering if it's just running out of hormones or something. Until it's out: :crazy:
  12. jenn-

    jenn- Well-Known Member

    Um, ya'll do know IUDs aren't 100%. Meet my youngest. Go test.
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  13. Oneplus2more

    Oneplus2more Well-Known Member

    I don't think I could stand to not test. Let us know if you break down and get one!
  14. MNTwinSquared

    MNTwinSquared Well-Known Member

    Oh, and do I have to remind you that :hush: is not good birth control...

  15. momotwinsmom

    momotwinsmom Well-Known Member

  16. Meximeli

    Meximeli Well-Known Member

    Hi Cathy, meet Drex. :babyflips:
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  17. Mellizos

    Mellizos Well-Known Member

    Ha - funny Melissa.

    Well, my symptoms have basically disappeared. I'm still tired, but I get up everyday at 5:30, so I've been tired for 7 years now. :laughing: I'll test if anything else develops.
  18. becasquared

    becasquared Well-Known Member TS Moderator

    Dollar Tree tests!
  19. jenn-

    jenn- Well-Known Member

    Much cheaper than emergency surgery because of a missed ectopic pregnancy. Test.
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  20. MarchI

    MarchI Well-Known Member

    Test, I have a good friend due with her third in November because of a failed IUD. They are not infallible.
  21. Mellizos

    Mellizos Well-Known Member

    I got a big, fat negative last night. And then I had spotting today, which is the extent of the infrequent periods I get.

    So now I still have to figure out why I'm so tired. The nausea and heartburn have gone away for the most part.
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  22. MNTwinSquared

    MNTwinSquared Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the update!!! :hug:
  23. Juj

    Juj Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the update. Do you take a vitamin?
  24. Daneshka

    Daneshka Active Member

    It seems to me that the problem may be a lack of vitamin C, because this vitamin gives vitality, improves the immune system and helps to be more concentrated. I recently found an article WHAT IS LIPOSOMAL VITAMIN C and I realized that I don't get enough of this vitamin from food, but I can get the necessary dosage of this vitamin with the help of a vitamin that is absorbed by the body in the right way and completely. It seems to me that ordinary vitamin complexes don't always have the right shell and therefore they are also not very effective. You need to consult a doctor and I advise you to read this article to know what questions you can ask him.
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