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    Default Did you just know you were pregnant...

    ...before you got your BFP?

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    For both - about 4 weeks I think (before my period was even due). I had really sore boobs each time and also, all of a sudden started needing to pee HEAPS.

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    Nope had an emotional melt down at 9dpo upset that I prob wasn't pregnant then slept for about 12 hours that night bfn at 10dpo upset again (unreasonably upset) then bfp at 11 dpo lol all made sense after that - cried like a b|tch all day though

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    Yep - I just had a feeling especially since id been using rhythm method for so long, I knew my body and timings perfectly.

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    With dd - yep! I was a day late for AF (was unplanned) and even though I got a bfn, I didn't believe it so I went and bought a frer and got a bfp.

    With my m/c - no. I needed a few bfps to convince me.

    This preg - not at all! We had beeb trying for a while, and combined with the heartache of my loss, I had ignored all symptoms and was in absolute shock when I got my bfp.

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    Yep, but I swear I felt bub nestling in. I had strange, not painful, sensations in my uterus area. Told DH n he thought I was imagining things! Nope, turns out I was spot on!!!

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    First pregnancy which we planned for I got a BFP at about 4wks but suffered a missed miscarriage.

    This pregnancy (currently 31wks) was unplanned but a wonderful surprise. I got a funny taste in my mouth, like metallic and didn't think anything of it. Then a close riend announced her pregnancy so decided to take a test as well! Was very very shocked.

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    Nope both times It hadnt even crossed my mind. We were trying but had lost hope and stopped thinking about it.

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    The night before my blood test I had a dream I got a bfp (and tried to upload it bubhub by sticking the pee stick into the USB port of my comp!). I think I secretly knew then.!

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    I just 'knew' both times.

    First time we were trying and I was just convinced it had finally happened.

    This time we weren't even trying and I knew at about 3.5 weeks-sh...was sitting here watching tv one afternoon and just got this overwhelming urge to just test. Yep, sure enough a faint bfp!

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