Most women I know of say that they don't have any symptoms of pregnancy at 11DPO, and that is the cycle they get their BFP. And on every other one of their cycles they had tons of symptoms!! Go figure.
I can't quite remember every pregnancy, but with Devon, I didn't have anything happening symptom wise. I remember vividly that I had check my cervical position, and it seemed quite low, and I had very bad period cramps, and diarhea (which is normal for me pre AF), and I honestly thought my period was coming. Basically I didn't have any classic pregnancy symptoms, but what I did have was classic, and quite bad, period symptoms. I also felt immense pressure, like I was going to start bleeding any minute, which I was expecting, so it didn't worry me.
When I was 4 days late, I finally tested, but was expecting a negative... I actually thought the test stick would come back with blood on it, that was how sure I was my period was coming (I had also been wearing pads for 4 days...), and it was immediately positive. I didn't even believe it.
Every other cycle though, I seem to remember a lot of breast tenderness, no cramping, lots of tiredness etc... Basically what you'd expect in an early pregnancy. My symptoms themselves, didn't start until I was 6 weeks, which I found was normal in my pregnancy group.
So at 11DPO, maybe a lack of symptoms is a good thing.
omg i hope thats whats going on. my breast feel a bit tender like before af kinda but it didnt last long. im starting to feel just like i do before af and shes not due for another 4 days is this normal??
That's exactly how I feel!!! I'm 11dpo and I haven't got any symptoms - the only thing is Creamy CM and lots of it - (sorry if this is TMI) I feel so 'wet' down there that I keep going to the toilet thinking AF has arrived.
I thought I was out yesterday as I had a massive drop in temp, but it's gone back up today so who knows
When I was PG last year, I didn't have any normal symptoms before AF was due. What happened was one day I looked in the mirror and the thought "Wow, you're going to be a mom" popped into my head out of nowhere (I wasn't TTC) and I instantly knew. Plus I was just HAPPY all of the time which is unlike me. Tested day before AF was due and it was a bold BFP.
I wouldn't worry if I were you! Some women see symptoms as early as 11 dpo, some (most) don't. And an FYI: often times when we see symptoms when we ARE looking for them, AF seems to come
My advice is to relax and take it easy. GOOD LUCK & I hope you get your BFP!
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