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    Default How far along were you before you found out you were UTD?

    I was talking to someone today who didn't know till she was 21 weeks and it was her second.

    Then you get those stories of people not knowing till they are literally giving birth.

    I knew really early with both mine (between 4-5 weeks).

    How far along were you?

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    Very early for all 9 pg's. All before I missed a period.

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    Got a BFP from a test at about 7weeks. Symptoms started at 4wks but it took a bit to sink in what they meant as wasn't planned.

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    I knew straight away, say just before my missed period. I felt 'different' its really hard to describe. DP didnt believe me until quite a few positive tests later..... Lol.

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    Before AF was due except for number one which was just over 4 weeks. The earliest was 8DPO.

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    I'm too impatient and tested early, got a BFP at day 27 of my cycle

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    5 weeks. I thought 'crap, I can't remember when I had AF last' I was crying like a baby, the smell of any food made me sick and I couldn't stomach anymore than a mouthful..... POAS and bam - shock of my life!!!

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    Quite early. I have to have regular blood tests as my treatment plan for epilepsy, so my body's secret was revealed pretty early.

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    I was 11dpo. We'd been trying for a year and I was very aware of my cycles, symptoms etc. When the breast tenderness started I knew straight away (it was the first symptom with the pregnancy I lost so I was aware of what to look out for).

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    4 weeks accidental. Felt different so did a test.

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