I'm not telling my 4 year old DD for a while either. Not only for loss reason but because she will blab and I don't want family to know for a long time. I whispered to my 19month old she was going to be a big sister but she is totally clueless ;-)
My edd is 29th Sept, and my symptoms so far as being really tired and sore bbs .. I know it sounds daft but despite being tired etc I just don't feel pregnant and as its my first I feel a bit out of my depth now as I got what I have been hoping for and no idea what comes next!!
I think I will ring my Drs office tomorrow to see when they would like me to come in for my first appt but I am unsure when to tell our close family, tempted to wait until after our first scan when it all seems real.
Oh my bad, I can't type today. I have my first appointment with my pcp this coming Wednesday. My insurance stinks and I have to go see him before i can go to the obgyn. I got my first bfp on the 14th, but everyone thought that it was an error, so I waited un Friday and took 2 more of different brands. So it will be at least another week before I can go see the obgyn. When do you get your first scan? I want to tell all my family and friends, but I'm too scared to yet. I want to see that picture so I know it's real.
In the UK we don't have a scan until 11-13 weeks unless we have issues like pain/bleeding. That would be either our screening for down's syndrome risk or a dating scan if you opt out of the screening. I shan't be opting for screening so mine will be simply a dating scan though I'm dead sure of my dates as I could only have conceived one night!
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