Congrats! I am hoping to follow in your footsteps! I have a 12 day LP and am now 13dpo. I cramped pretty bad last night (I don't usually cramp until day of) and I had a little bright red spotting (I usually spot 12dpo, but it's usually brown). I've spotted a little brown today, but not too much. My temps are still up.. I always dip to 97.1 on 12dpo but I'm still at 97.8. I had a BFN this morning, but I have an army of cheapie tests waiting for me. Thanks for sharing and keeping the hope alive!
Well I just wanted to share because I have noticed that a lot of ppl will talk about their situation and then they don't finish and tell us the results. They will talk leading up to their BFP or the AF, but then they don't finish and say which one happened. I found that really annoying so I wanted ppl to be able to see my deal from start to finish.
Oh my gosh girls, I'm so sorry but I forgot another symptom. Headaches, almost everyday for the last week. Goodness, right now I'm so crampy like AF and really wet down there. I was like that with my 1st pregnancy too.
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