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    Sore boobs from 8dpo. I don't normally get this as an AF symptom so I knew! Got my bfp at 10dpo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyLip View Post
    Sensitive nipples and darker in colour. Sore boobs and tiredness
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    at about the 5 week mark (we weren't actually TTC so didnt think to test b4 this), but at 5 weeks i was producing alot of saliva and needing to swallow every few seconds it felt like. i also started getting cramps in the middle of the night. and by 6 weeks had tender boobs, and by 7 weeks had nausea in evenings till the 12 week mark. other than those, nothing else really. with the most recent pregnancy, i had nothing, except i was very grouchy for those 2 weeks. maybe i was grouchy coz it was my body's way of saying it wasnt gonna be successful pregnancy, but instead i was ignoring my moodiness and trying to be really positive

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    insane tiredness & emotional-ness like, hitting a kerb and BAWLING!

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    I started crying at the most stupid things like the happy feet movie LOL

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    Sore boobs and exhaustion. I was really excited when I went to bed the night before testing, as I knew there would be a positive result in the morning.

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    I have PCOS so I am always late, but this time I was later than usual (I thought about 8 weeks) so I took a test. Turned out I hadn't had a "proper" period since November, 4 months before and there was a baby well on it's way

    ETA: oops, just read the post properly. I guess my answer is I had no idea before my BFP!

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    With #1 pregnancy I had really sore boobs, with #2 pregnancy no symptoms & #3 pregnancy I did the test before I had any symptoms - tired, moodiness and nauseas started a few days later (about 6 weeks).

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    I didn't until I tested because my period was late, even though we were trying so I was paying attention to what was happening. DD was a big surprise. This pregnancy I had implantation bleeding at 10dpo, but I just thought it was my period starting, as I usually had spotting 3-4 days before my period started. Otherwise nada...

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    With DS I brushed my bOOb one night and it almost made me cry and got a positive the next day at 13dpo.

    With this pregnancy I tested at 12dpo because my bOObs were tingling but it was negative. I completely forgot about it until the next week at 19dpo when I lost my keys in the car, still had slight tingling and was starting to get some nausea. It was a very strong positive then!


 

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