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Surprise!

It was October of last year when I conceived. I didn't know that I'll be a parent soon. November came but i sill haven't got my period. One day I was lying on my bed, texting my boyfriend when suddenly i fell nausea. I jumped out of bed and went straight to our sink. I started to worry. That time I haven't got my period for 3 days, so I decided to take a pregnancy test.


When I finally got a hold of the P.T, I was so nervous. I peed, and two lines shows up. One line is very visible but the other line is so faint. So, as a curious human being, I googled the result. I searched all symptoms and if getting two line really means I am pregnant. Of course, you can't rely on the internet, I mean there's a lot of information and you just don't know if you want to believe it or not.


I took a picture of my P.T test and send it to my boyfriend. We are so in denial that I can be pregnant because we're doing the calendar method to avoid pregnancy. So i thought, I'll give it another week. If I wouldn't get my period by then, I'll go to my OB just to make sure.


Guess what? After a week, I still haven't got my period (What a surprise!- Sarcastically speaking) So i scheduled an appointment to my OB, she had me do a test again and of course I will not be surprise, I got two super visible line in just a second. So it was confirmed, I am pregnant.


I am so happy and confused and scared and excited at the same time. Mixed emotions.


So, my OB scheduled an Ultrasound (TVS) and gave me vitamins that I need.


After a week. I went to the clinic that my OB recommended and had my TVS.


And there, I see and hear my baby's heartbeat. I was 6 weeks and 5 days when I first saw my baby. His so little, I can't imagine that 9 months from now I will have a human being inside of me that I will take care of and love for the rest of my life.

Posted 2 months 3 days ago

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