(Closed) The ubiquitous, could I be?…

posted 6 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 3
4131 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

Honestly, you need to take a test.

My ex and I got “carried away” and I convinced myself that I was pregnant, even though I really didn’t want to be.  I noticed changes to my boobs including soreness and a couple of other little things too.  I took the test and it was nothing.

Don’t get too excited or worried until you’ve taken a test.

Best of luck and let us know 🙂

Post # 5
2321 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

The whole ‘boob’ thing happens to me every cycle during periods.

When I did get preggo though, in less than a few days of being ‘impregnanted’, I could NOTTTTTTTTTT hold my pee in. I HAD to go to the bathroom no matter WHAT. And also my netherareas (down there) were REALLY, TOO sensitive to the point I couldn’t have sex. And after sex, it would feel SO IRRITATED that I wasn’t able to go anywhere for a few hrs until the itchiness calmed down. Then I realized I had just missed my period by 2 or 3 days. (This really isn’t cause for alarm anyway. That’s normal).

Couple with the symtoms though, I knew something was ‘up’. And believe you me, this all started in less than a week of being preggo. LESS THAN A WEEK! I POASd after I felt these symptoms and voila. Then I went a step further and got a blood test done also to be sure. Yep. (That’s what told me how far along I was…) And well damn… I couldn’t believe I could feel these symptoms SO EARLY ON. But it happens.

The boob thing, I admit actually did NOT happen to me at that time. Isn’t that weird! I guess my boob thing happens when I am abt to get my period and since I wasn’t, it didn’t happen.

Post # 6
5148 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

When I got pregnant, I had no “symptoms”. In fact, I was ticked off because I was 100% sure I WASN’T. Turns out, I was.

The month before, when I had “symptoms”, I was so sure that I WAS, and I wasn’t.

Only the test can tell you for sure. (I didn’t get a postive until 12 DPO, and then it was very very faint.)

Post # 8
5148 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

@AbbieMason – I was using Wondfos. Then I used another dye test I had (can’t remember brand) when the Wondfo was maybe positive, the 2nd was also very very faint. Then confirmed with a digital later that day.

Post # 10
2247 posts
Buzzing bee

Take a test!

My FI’s cousin thought she’d had a period for April, when in reality it was implantation bleeding.  She took a test right before the “period” and it was negative.  I finally was able to convince her to take a test (she thought I was crazy), weeks later, and it was very, very positive.  She’s now eight weeks pregnant

Post # 11
3671 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

We were in a similar situation.  I stopped birth control for a few reasons but we weren’t really TTC.  I wasn’t charting but since coming off birth control my cycles had been 28 days, no more, no less.  We had been pretty careful but one weekend we weren’t.  I thought about it a couple of days later and just knew I was pregnant.  The only symptoms I had were extreme tiredness and cramping.  I tested at 12dpo and got a negative so I waited until 17dpo and took another test (Clearblue digital both times since I already had one at 12dpo and then at 17dpo with no sign of a period, I knew it was true).  I’m now almost 32 weeks pregnant.  

We were also similar in that it’s not the most ideal time to have a baby but it’s not the worst.  I agree to wait a few days and then test.  

Post # 12
5670 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

I didn’t get a positive until 12dpo and it was very faint. I 100% believed that I was not pregnant as I felt as though I was PMS’ing. The symptoms were no different than the usually time of the month. The one think I did notice that made me take a test was the heartburn, I never had it before in my life. I wasn’t exhausted or sick until about 5 weeks.

I would buy a test and take it first thing in the morning. Any of those 5 day before your missed period tests should work. I just used the drug store brand equal to the first response test.

Good luck either way and keep us posted.

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