I have conceived twice (first time ended in m/c at 5 weeks) but both times I just knew and I can't really put my finger on how, I just felt different. I also 'knew' I was having a boy from really early on (just a strong feeling I had) and I was right x
I didn't just know at all.. I kind of had a feeling at the beginning of the cycle that this was going to be the one but I'm pretty sure I posted something at 9 DPO saying how convinced I was that I was out and then the next morning I got a very faint BFP..I was definitely shocked.
With my first pregnancy, even though we were ttc, i never realised i could be pregnant - had all the signs but was just so convinced it wasnt going to happen. Looking back i had sore nipples (the very earliest sign), hunger pangs, cravings for fish and chips (ate them 3 days running) and was waiting for my period that never turned up oh and one day looked in the mirror and said to my husband my boobs looked bigger. But never once did I think I was. Think its because they were signs that I get on a normal day to day occurence?!? x
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