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    I vaguely remember telling everyone after the second blood test which confirmed my numbers were rising well.
    Although one friend who was at our house when I did the poas knew literally one minute after DH (at the time DF) found out .

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    We told immediate family when I was 5 weeks and I told 2 close girlfriends who knew we we ttc. Other good friends we told as we.saw them but it was closer to 8-10 wks. I can't keep secrets!

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    Thanks all, I'm due for AF today and got a BFP yesterday so early days. Think it's sensible to wait for blood tests n scans-just for my sake anyway to actually know this is really happening. But Last week I couldn't stomach anything heavy to eat like pizza or pasta just plain sangas n today I've woken up crook as a dog! Hopefully it's just today...


 

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