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    Default First pregnancy symptom

    I was hungry all the time! I'd have breakfast then need another breakfast by the time I got into work.

    I also felt different. Hard to explain but I felt like I'd never felt before. My intuition telling me I was pregnant?

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    Default First pregnancy symptom

    Tired and sore boobs!!

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    Default First pregnancy symptom

    Subscribing.
    One more week. And trying to hold out testing early.
    I have been off this week and headaches. But not sure if that's because I'm overworked and wisdom tooth coming through. Yay for week holiday. Hopefully this is our month ladies.

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    I was really thirsty! Can't remember when it started though sorry.

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    For my chem I had nausea and heartburn. I got my BFP last night but I have had mild nausea, sore boobs, peeing so much more than I usually do and feeling really thirsty.

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    Had no idea until I miscarried at approximately 7 weeks and passed the 'products of conception'. I would have had no idea otherwise.

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    A headache that Stayed around for 4 days, got my BFP the day after the headache started. Lots of milky cm the day at 10 and 11 dpo

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    So many different symptoms, I'll probably start freaking myself out thinking I have these symptoms. With my first I didn't realise I was pregnant until i was 7 weeks and thats because my boobs were so sore, other than that I didn't feel a thing. Thanks for the insight ladies

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    I had nausea and sore boops before my bfp (9dpo) also for me (sorry tmi) my bowel movements consistency had changed. To be honest I get nausea and sore boobs before af anyway so it was the change in toilet patterns that made me sus

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    I knew I O'd on the Friday due to OPKing.

    Friday arv I went to bed and slept 12 hrs straight, I then had a 5hr nap during Saturday followed by a 13 hr sleep Saturday night ( I was barely awake 7hrs ALL day). Same happened all weekend, Nap on Sunday, 12 hr sleep again.

    I woke at 4am on Monday morning with this "feeling". I couldnt describe it. I felt hungry, but sick if I ate, I felt pressure in my stomach but holding my stomach made it feel better. My stomach felt like it was doing summersaults and I felt like I was starving hungry but didnt want to eat. As i said, There is no explanation I just felt "weird".

    Sore nipples lasted until 5dpo. No other major symptoms.

    BFN on 10dpo. BFP on 11dpo


 

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