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    Hi

    I'm new to ttc, so it's probably wishful thinking but any advice would be great.

    I'm 10 DPO, & around a week out from AF being due & was wondering is that too early to be pregnant/ feel pregnancy?

    I normally get very sore swollen glands in my armpits more than a week before AF being due (anyone else get this?!) but so far feeling no signs of it, & I've also had a few nights of feeling nauseous when I'm laying in bed.

    Ive still had a little cramping but I guess a bit different feeling, or it could just be me thinking it.

    & when should I test?

    Thanks ladies

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    Its not to early for symptoms. But often what you think are symptoms can be caused by something else.

    If you can, hold off testing until at least 12dpo or better still, 14 dpo or after. Good luck!

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