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funkymuse
Monday, April 14, 2008, 9:39pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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If your husband is "fixed" you shouldn't be pregnant, but yes, you can bleed during pregnancy and it's not good if you do.  My recommendation is to simply go buy an at-home pregnancy test just to make sure.  I know ladies in their early 50s still having babies.  Is it really possible that your husband......well, I know the first few weeks after a "V" you should avoid each other because of the possibility, but after that isn't it pretty much a sure-fire thing that it's not going to happen?


Well, my breasts finally stopped being sore!  I had upped the Pro-Gest a bit and everything I read said to give it some time... so it was 3 weeks of soreness... Plus I stopped green tea.  So I'm thinking..... hormones and green tea were the culprits!

thanks God I'm not pregnant!  

AND I started grapefruit juice again several days ago... so I know it's NOT that!
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I love to eat grapefruit and drink the juice.

In relation to eostrogen and breast soreness does this include breast increase?
or does it mean all over swelling?
Also does anyone experience weightloss with grapefruit?

I have only just started drinking it again and I had diarrhea the other day after drinking it for a day - has anyone experienced this?


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I prefer eating a whole grapefruit instead of having fresh squeezed juice......it is too sweet for me, and lacks the fiber I get from the whole fruit.

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after drinking it for a day

that must have been a LOT of juice!!


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I have only just started drinking it again and I had diarrhea the other day after drinking it for a day - has anyone experienced this?


I get the same reaction from eating the whole fruit. I stopped eating it because of what Dr. D posted on the other page of this thread. I'll have to talk to him about that...

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