Presgnancy Test Positive 4 days before period-concern...
Hello, Ladies! My husband and I had intercourse during my ovulation (which was about a couple weeks ago). The impatient person that I am, I took a pregnancy test probably a week ago. It was negative. I knew it would be but I was just curious. Over this past weekend, Saturday at 7 a.m to be exact, I took a pregnancy test and it was positive. Then, Sunday late afternoon I took another test and again, it was positive. I haven't missed my period yet. Like I said, I have about 4 more days. A few days ago I had a "feeling" I was pregnant because I was experiencing some light period-like cramping(as if it was implantation). These past couple of days I have had some light cramping here and there that comes and goes, headaches, tired(moreso than usual), softer, smellier stools and I feel like I get worn easier and with shorter breaths. Like when I pick up my 10 month old daughter. Here are my concerns...I've been reading about chemical pregnancies. I'm going to wait until I miss my period and take another test, but as many of you know...4 days seems like an eternity! Have any of you taken a pregnancy test before your'e missed period and you were indeed pregnant with no complications? Thank you all so much!
I found out 4 days before my period too...and still haven't got it yet. I'm at 6 weeks today, and while I can't promise you or myself that either of us won't have any complications, I can at least tell you my experience. Yes, I held my breath till my period was supposed to start but it didn't. Just try to relax!
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