Firstly a huge congrats to you all on getting your
Ive just popped over from ttc forum to see if any of you had a really dry mouth/extra thirst leading up to your bfp?
im currently 8dpo and Ive had it for the last few days now, and never experienced it before. The only way i would describe it is like when youve eaten something quite salty like bacon or pork scratchings and no matter how much you drink you cant stop the dryness
I'm kinda new here.. so i am not sure what BFP means.
But I can tell you tht for the last 5 weeks i could probably drink a river.. Not because I am thirsty but because of the dry mouth. (we call it cotton-mouth). I started keeping jawbreakers with me.. Having a candy in my mouth helped my mouth keep up the saliva (i know kinda gross but it helped) And lots lots lots of water.. Stay away from caffeine which just aggravates the situation. It started to somewhat subside at 8 weeks. Hope this helps..
I found out really really early..2 days after conception i took a test and it was positive. My hormone levels go through the rough. For my first two pregnancies they thought i was having twins. But they were singles. (I am now having twins). If I remember right, it was a few days before i had implantation cramping. By the time i was 4 weeks it was insane. lol.. my mouth was very dry all of the time. Which made me drink, which in turn made me go to the bathroom a lot.
I definitely noticed thirst, it was one thing that was noticeably different for me in the few days leading up to getting my I still am now, not overly so but just get intermittent spells of just thinking "God I really need a drink" and knocking back a huge glass of something (usually orange juice which I've developed a big liking for!)
I tested today, although not sure my dates are right. I think I am 11 dpo so going to wait till Monday now, but feel very different. Just cleaned my teeth before coming to bed and it made me heave! X x
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