- 3 years ago
- Wedding: December 2013
So this all started with a dream I had that I got pregnant right after I had bought my wedding dress. Since then, I have avoid dress shopping at all costs, until a few weeks ago. Since then, I have been a little freaked out that I was going to wind up pregnant before our big day. Luckily, I am on birth control.
Fast forward to about a week and a half ago. I spent half my day at work trying to stay upright from dizzy spells. The next day I started feeling very naseated and tired. I seemed to be grumpier than normal and the tiniest things would bother me. I began thinking that all of these things seem like normal signs of pregnancy (and PMS, which i dont normally get to this extent). The dizziness has subsided, as well as the nausea for the most part (on and off). My back has been quite sore since last Saturday and I’ve had light cramping for a few days.
Yesterday I noticed that smells were really bothering me. Cologne would make my eyes burn and give me an instant headache, the smell of coffee at work was AWFUL, and today, I could really smell my fabric softener from my shirt, as well as llingering smell in my hair!
My fiance and I have been somewhat concerned, and decided to do a pregnancy test this morning when I got up, which was negative.
At work, I went to the washroom, and saw that I had gotten my period (or so I thought). When I went to change my tampon I noticed that there was almost no blood. A few hours later I am still experiencing nothing but light spotting at best. Now, I dont normally have heavy periods so thats not completely unusual for me, but with everything else I’m a little concerned that I may be pregnant. Is there any chance this could be implantation bleeding? I was expecting my period tomorrow.
Seeing that I am on birth control, and have a moderate case of PCOS, I highly doubt I am pregnant but if anyone has been through something similar I would love to hear your story. Any reccomendations on when to take another test to be sure would be greatly appreciated!