(Closed) Lets see what happens

posted 6 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
753 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Congrats on taking this big step! With that being said have you thought about the possibility of being preggo and feeling sick on your wedding day? That’s the only thing that would make me a little nervous about not waiting until after… Good luck with whatever happens πŸ™‚

Post # 5
1189 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

I’m worried about sickness during your wedding for you, too- I was deathly ill (really couldn’t get out of bed except to throw up) from the beginning, weeks 5-18. (You’re usually 4 weeks along at the earliest when you find out- 2 weeks along at the time of ovulation, which is weird and something I didn’t know until I read TCOYF).  

Post # 6
34 posts
  • Wedding: May 2011

Congrats on this big decision! Just know that there are plenty of people that get pregnant the first try, it happened to me! I said the same thing as you, it won’t haven the first month, but here I am almost 3 months pregnant. I’m already married but I’m still in school and let me tell you, the exhaustion is killer! I’ve luckily only had mild nausea so that wasn’t so much a factor. We were also actively TTC. Good luck!

Post # 7
691 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I’ll also throw in my voice regarding morning sickness… I threw up nearly every day from week 6 to week 16, and was nauseated until week 18. I had to go to the ER twice for IV fluids because of dehydration. I was also very bloated from the very beginning – which wouldn’t have worked in my form fitting dress! Just some food for thought! πŸ™‚

But congrats on the big decision! We started TTC on our honeymoon and got pregnant 2 months later because I started charting. WB is a great support system for TTC and pregnancy!

Post # 8
868 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I think that if you and your Fiance both feel like it’s a good time to start TTC then you should go for it! I couldn’t tell by your first sentence, “I told my Fiance that I’m not preventing pregnancy anymore” if he was on board or not.  If you’ve been charting for 4 months and know your cycles well, it wouldn’t be unheard of to get pregnant on the first try… much crazier things have happened!

Not to be a downer, but when I got pregnant I could tell right away because my skin broke out SO BAD! I’ve never, EVER had a probem with acne (only two of three pimples in my whole life!) and my chest and shoulders were disgusting! People react differently to the pregnancy hormone, so you might not experiene this, but just keep in mind that your body can do CRAZY things when your hormones shift quickly!

Good luck and keep us up to date!

Post # 9
1434 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

@eperez21:  congrats! but like PP said, you dont want to be sick during the wedding. I was DEATHLY SICK. But that being said, you may not get pregnant by the first try.

Post # 11
1115 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

@eperez21:  I wouldn’t start trying til after the wedding, personally. You’re 27, not 34, and 2 more months is so not going to make a difference fertility wise. I had the same concerns as you with fertility, since I have endometriosis and just turned 29, but Darling Husband and I were patient in waiting for the right time to start trying and I’m glad we did.

I have to agree with the other posters though, I was BLOATED by week 6 and seriously just felt FAT all around, not cute baby bump fat either, just fat. My tight clothes immediately didn’t fit right, and part of it is that no one tells you just how CONSTIPATED you’re going to be from pretty much the very start.

I also had all day nausea and petechia around week 8, where I threw up so hard that all the blood vessels in my face broke (no you CAN’T cover this with makeup – I tried) I attached a pic. My advice, try to relax, enjoy looking absolutely stunning at your wedding (before pregnancy starts ruining your body for all time no offense) enjoy the perfect wedding pictures of yourself you’ll want to have to share with your children someday, and a glass of real champagne at your toasts. Start trying on the honeymoon – once you’re preg, you’ll be glad you waited!


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