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    Default I didnt know i was pregnant

    Ok any one been preg and not know they were and why they thought they weren't ? My BFF got me thinking about my neg HPT all symptoms but no AF n told me to google the show. Interested in hearing any stories

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    Nope. I knew i was pregnant at 7dpo with DS1. When the test came up negative i threw it in the bin straight away because i 'knew' it was wrong. I got a positive 2days later.

    With DS2, we were trying for 12mths, i didnt think i was pregnant but took a test to 'get it over and done with' for the month (i was 12dpo). I was incredibly surprised when it came up positive.

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    A friend of mine went in to labour and when she got to the hospital they told her she was pregnant!!!!!

    She struggled a lot to bond with her baby. He is now five and started school this year

    Another of my friends found out at 26 weeks and gave birth yesterday to a beautiful little boy

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    My step sister didn't know she was pregnant til 2 days before she went into labor.

    She was in alot of denial, since she was very young, and used protection.

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    I doubt I'd not notice with severe morning sickness, followed by strong kicks at 20 weeks and hard enough to make me grab my belly in pain from 30 weeks. I can't imagine not knowing!!!!

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    Have you seen the tv show 'I didn't know I was pregnant'!? Seriously addictive. Google it!!! Actual stories and dramatisations.

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    If we hadn't been Ttc I'm not sure when I would've found out. The only symptoms I've had at 19 weeks (with twins!) is the occasional wave of nausea & being more tired than usual. I only tested when I did (10 days late) is because DF insisted on it. I only did it to stop him nagging lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Have you seen the tv show 'I didn't know I was pregnant'!? Seriously addictive. Google it!!! Actual stories and dramatisations.
    I just googled it watched few on YouTube it's crazy but interesting. The girls that didn't know they were preg how did they not know??

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    I watched a whole bunch of episodes online. Just google watching shows online and you should find somewhere you can! Tells the whole story. Warning... Totally addictive tv!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickyBee View Post
    If we hadn't been Ttc I'm not sure when I would've found out. The only symptoms I've had at 19 weeks (with twins!) is the occasional wave of nausea & being more tired than usual. I only tested when I did (10 days late) is because DF insisted on it. I only did it to stop him nagging lol
    U r so lucky chickybee...I suppose u have no tummy either!


 

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