Hi Ladies, starting this forum for any women out there who don't exactly know their due date but just got a BFP! Lost my first baby two months ago and just found out 4/5 that I am pregnant again. Because I lost the baby and bled for so long I had no idea when I would be ovulating, but here I am with a sweet little miracle again! Who's with me on this new and exciting journey??
Hi Carzelle and Nicki!
I believe I'm due on December 11 (calculated from LMP) but will know positively once I get my first scan too. Sorry for your loss Carzelle. I haven't had a MC but helped my SIL through her MC.
Hello all! I'm due with #1 on Dec 10th!!! First scan isn't until the 27th- cant wait!
Anyone having symptoms yet? Im EXHAUSTED, mild nausea at times and huuuuge boobs
yep!! had to take my bra off when I got in from shopping today, my boobs (and mainly my nips!!) were killing me!
nausea on and off, slept most of the afternoon yesterday but so HUNGRY!!! its ridiculous, I was on a diet of some sorts before this to get myself fit so Im used to not eating and eating but finding myself grazing most of the day!
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