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BB's arnt sore or swollen but I'm aware of them if that makes sense!
I have a sore throat and cold like symptoms (started 3 days ago) but don't feel as rough as I normally do when I have a cold
I'm sleeping a lot. Having a nap around 2pm for an hour and then in bed by 9pm (half term, so off work thank god) I normally go to bed around 11pm
Really strange dreams
Waking up early
Really short with H2B (im normally very chilled)
Acne (never had it)
We are TTC, but not mapping temp etc, trying to be quite relaxed about it. I think I maybe pregnant. Although I'm trying not to get too excited incase I'm not.
Im not having any cramping like I normally do about a week before AF is due. (Which is Weds. 5 days to go).
Any feedback on this would be great! Im going nuts!
WOW!! Not wanting to raise your hope or anythn but i had almost those symptoms when i got my BFP!. Infact i had dreams seeing myself telling people i am pregnant and in some people were talking about my pregnancy,congratulating me. What u called strange dreams are called Vivid Dream (u can google it).
I had sore nipples for days that turned into twitching bbs,the feeling was more like needles pricking me.
I had backaches n cramping too and yes, by 8-9pm am fast asleep to wake up very early in the morning.
GL woman, but dont read too much into Symptoms!
And promise me you wont test until the day of AF..LOL
hey ladies, i am currently 3DPO. i am having light cramping which i think is pretty normal. my dr. said it is not uncommon for women to have cramping for the first full trimester. trying not to think about it but ughhh its awfully hard not to! i unfortunately had the HCG shot this cycle which means i will not be able to test till my past due date. my fingers are crossed for all of us!!
I'm 8DPO myself. Been feeling under the weather since Sunday, so I went to the Dr. yesterday and got diagnosed with a UTI. Also consistently nauseous yet ravenously hungry. I've had a few cramps in my BBs as well. Hopefully these are all good signs, and my body hasn't just decided to turn against me in my moment of need!
The usual advice is to eat as though you are pregnant so a fairly healthy balanced diet. It's also important to drink 2-3 litres of water. This helps flush out the empty follicles which will keep filling with blood & helps prevent OHSS as well as flush out all the drugs from treatment & during EC...and obviously ensure you're hydrated.
Im 2 or 3dpo today. Doing my very best not to symptom spot but i did have some twinges yesterday. Again, not reading too much into it. The last time i was pregnant i didnt even know what "symptom spotting" was lol. So now im trying to stay off the web, not pay so much attention to every little thing my body does and just try to let it be. Ive also promised myself not to test before af is due....lets see if i can do it
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