I have this stitch in my side almost like someone is pinching me
Anyway it won't go away so it's on my mind...
I'm still not sure I really believe I'm PG ...
Do you guys keep expecting to get cramps and start?
That seems like a weird symptom. lol
I've just mostly been really crampy, i don't feel like AF is going to start tho because i remember the first weeks being really crampy the first time around. I do however feel a little uneasy that i'm not past 14dpo yet, i think i'd feel a little better once i was past that.
Is anyone else concerned about having a baby so close to Christmas? I worry about having a birthday so close to Christmas. I really considered not TTC this month but then thought that we'd had no luck so far so it's not like we'd get a BFP anyway. lol
Yes, we've been on a couple of threads together. So exciting!! Saying that Sunday I was gripped by 'Ohh god what have I done?!' but luckily that has passed now and I'm back to thrilled. 3 kiddies is perfectly manageable right, the eldest starts school in sept so that will be only 2 through most of the day...... I just hope baby doesn't arrive on 3rd as its ds1's b'day.
Nausea already? Ohh dear, least it's a great sign that all is well. We hate it but panic if it doesn't arrive, we're you bad with Eva? I'm ill but with asthma as usual so on prednisolone and antibiotics, it's pretty much how I was in first tri with the other two. Weve come to centre parcs with my family this week so have told my parents that a new grandchild is on the way already. My mum is very observant and would guess anyway, and sure enough she said I wondered why you're so ill, just like the first two times...
There's quite a few of us already. Congrats everyone!!!!!! let's hope these 2013 bfps keep coming!
i felt nauseous the entire first trimester with Eva and it virtually lasted all day, i was really good at not puking and was able to keep a grip so it wouldn't happen because i hated throwing up. From memory i was slightly nauseous when AF was due and around implantation time but then never felt nauseous again until i was spot on 6 weeks!
At the moment it's just tiny little bits here and there which i probably wouldn't think twice about if i didn't already have a BFP, I was feeling REALLY nauseous on the night of dpo and i'm sure i had implantation that morning and i also was incredibly bloated which may have been annoying my tummy.
But i'm already an incredibly nauseous person, i usually get nauseous a day or two before AF arrives and it lasts about 3 days, i also get nauseous around ovulation. I get nauseous when i don't eat. I'm just always nauseous. I think it's because i breastfeed which i have heard does make nausea worse, so i have no doubt my morning sickness will be more worse than last time because i'm still breastfeeding.
i know what you mean by "oh god what have i done", i really wanted this baby and it's been like 10 cycles to get this BFP but the moment i saw it, i was like "Oh shit!!!!" and for the first time was actually TERRIFIED!! i had this "there's no going back now! are you sure this is what you wanted?!?!?!" hahahahahahaha but that too has passed pretty quickly.
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