(Closed) Finding out you're pregnant

posted 7 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 32
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Busy bee

I understand not knowing because you are still having periods or are carrying really small or  whatever, but how can you not know once the baby starts moving? This is the thing that always gets me about those stories about women who don’t know they’re pregnant until they give birth, didn’t you think it was weird that something was moving around inside you?!?!?!

Post # 33
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Sugar bee

@darlingbee:  well I had missed my period and taken literally 20 pregnancy tests that all said Negative so 3 weeks after I was supposed toget my period I went to the doctor and explained what was happening and he literally told me “I’m sure you’re not pregnant, sometimes when girls use nuvaring they don’t get their period and hpt is really accurate” well I told him that I knew I was pregnant and wanted to get a blood test so I went and sure enough!!!!!!! Due in April.

Post # 34
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Sugar bee

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@Moonbear17:  when I was pregnant with Dear Daughter I rarely felt her move honestly. I think when I did feel her move it was 9/10 times just gas. I especially remember because after I had her I got those same feelings that I previously thought were her moving..

Post # 39
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Busy bee

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@Ninteenthchance:  I guess everyone is different, I felt my daughter move all of the time! also everything I’ve read seems to indicate that by 28 weeks you should be able to feel the baby move ten times within 2 hours. I guess I just find it suprising that someone  wouldn’t be able to feel a baby moving around inside of them!

Post # 44
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Sugar bee
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@MrsPanda99:  I see you on here all the time, and I had no idea you were pregnant! O.O

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