(Closed) Could I be pregnant?

posted 9 years ago in TTC
Post # 18
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

You’re right, they won’t. It’s not worth getting yourself all worked up over. You are better off waiting for your missed period. Ovulation symptoms and changes in hormones throughout the cycle can mimic pregnancy symptoms. You’ll find a ton of people that will say they had pregnancy symptoms really early and were pregnant, and others that had them and were NOT pregnant. I’ve had this happen a couple of times myself. Also your body changes over time and PMS symptoms can change as well. I went through a spell where PMS would start two full weeks before my period showed up. It was awful. Don’t waste your time going to the doctor until you are late for your period and have a postive home pregnancy test. 

Post # 19
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3108 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Agree with previous posters – too early to be experiencing pregnancy symptoms. If you’re nervous about pregnancy, why were you having unprotected sex?

Post # 20
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297 posts
Helper bee

@Quicksand:  Ovulation and PMS symptoms often mimic pregnancy symptoms. For everyone women who had sore boobs and was pregnant, there’s another who had those symptoms and wasn’t. Your mind has a way of tricking you into thinking you’re pregnant. I’m pretty sure you’re not pregnant, and it’s waaaaaaaaaaaay too early to feel symptoms or get a positive on a pregnancy test. I’d wait at least three weeks (approx. a week after your period is expected) to even consider getting a blood test at the doctor.

Post # 21
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297 posts
Helper bee

@karamelka74:  This is true, but maybe not put the best way. I don’t know if you’ve spent much time on the TTC/Pregnancy boards, but these questions are common on the here because there are a lot of women on these boards who are very experienced with TTC, and their experiences can help talk people off the ledge, so to speak. If you (general “you,” not you personally) don’t know much about how conception works (you’d be amazed how many women don’t), it can be helpful to get some opinions from others who do.

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