Im currently ttc and thought you all might be able to give me some advice please... I was wondering how early do you all think you started getting pregnancy symptoms? I know it's different for everyone but I'm driving myself crazy thinking about it all the time and really could do with some advice!!!
We started ttc on Friday during my fertile days and today I've noticed an increase in discharge and very slight stomach cramps which have been pretty much continual all day. I also feel a bit nauseous, not to the extent that I'll throw up but just not really right. I don't feel like eating much with
I know it's very early but really don't feel like myself. Is it all wishful thinking or do you think it might be pregnancy symptoms?? My hubby thinks my mind might be paying tricks on my because I'm so desperate for a baby
I had symptoms right away, before my period was even due.. I just knew. It's possible. My symptoms were cramping, dizzyness, body aches, stomach "fluttering," and lack of appetite. If you are, you can tell your Hubby, "I told you so!" wen you find out for sure lol.
Thanks guys, that's a good way to describe the feeling kiwii, it probably does feel more like "fluttering" rather than cramps, kind of like my tummy is rumbling constantly but I'm not hungry!! Hopefully I'll be able to tell him "I told u so!" I know he's secretly hoping I am too but is just trying not to get my hopes up! Good luck with your pregnancies, hopefully I'll be back here soon with some good news!!!
I started having headaches and feeling very tired and out of it at 6 dpo. I also had lots of creamy CM, like more than I ever thought was possible starting 6 dpo. I also had mild, but very specific cramping (like I could put my finger on the exact spot just at the very edge of my pubic bone) starting at night on 5 dpo, which I'm assuming was the start of implantation. I was full on nauseous with very sore nipples by 8 dpo. It was the first time I ever felt any "symptoms" at all in the TWW, so I was pretty sure I was pregnant by then. I got a very obvious positive test at 10 dpo.
Honestly, I was sure that I was going to get pregnancy symptoms before I missed AF but that definitely wasn't true. I had some slightly sore breasts (same as AF) and some bloating but that's it. My breasts started getting more sore after I missed AF and I was really tired. Just yesterday, the nausea started but it is very little. Everyone symptom checks during TWW - even me - but had I not got the BFP, I wouldn't have even suspected I was pregnant. Good luck and lots of
My first symptoms was dizziness. I tested with a home test and it was negative 2 weeks after implantation, so I assumed it was a lost cycle. But then I kept telling my mom I felt dizzy and she said it was a symptom. I also has a strange craving for pumpkin seeds (still do, so bad I've started to grow my own pumpkins). I took another home test, also negative.
I went to my OB for a blood test just to make sure I wasn't imagining, and he told me the good news!
I have NOT had breast tenderness OR morning sickness at all...it's so strange.
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