Pos opk again, diarrhea, bloody nose, nausea and emotional?
I should be about 7 dpo but I think I just got another positive opk?? Yesterday I woke up not hungry and actually pretty nauseous and also had a bloody nose. I had TONS of watery CF and ewcm (TMI warning: so much so that it was coming out while I was urinating.) Felt tons of little twings and cramps on my right side and some pressure in the middle. I also had a small dizzy spell last night. Today I woke up not hungry and had diarrhea. I'm also super tired.
We've been ttc for 3 months and I've never had this many symptoms. Why am I getting a positive opk though??
I did take an hpt this morning and of course it was negative. Way too early!
I am also going through this...tested yesterday and today with opk's after getting bfn on hpts and all of opk's have been positives with today's test line being darker than the control line. I am having tons of symptoms which I would certainly list if you would like. Basically I am 10dpo and pretty sure pregnant but impatient for that bfp. Mind if I wait with you?
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