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    So tired I could barely get a pair of socks on. Then had implantation pain/bleeding so knew for sure.

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    The exhaustion! I knew 2-3 days after I O'd.

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    Couldn't get rid of a metallic taste in my mouth for about a week before af was due... Add to that the sore / tender breasts and frequent peeing...& heartburn.

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    Breathlessness

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
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    Can you expand please NB? How many dpo was that

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    Nausea and vomited a week before af due. Definately knew.

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    Feeling bloated made me suspicious so I took the pregnancy test

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    Excess saliva, vivid dreams and sore tingling boobs for me.

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    Feeling bloated, loose stools, excess saliva, peeing a lot at night, achey/heavy uterus. I also ate a lot of fruit at times I didn't usually eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Can you expand please NB? How many dpo was that
    I'm not sure how many DPO it was but I guess around 12dpo it became obvious enough for the penny to drop and to get an afternoon positive on a test.

    I don't recall the exact circumstances when I was pregnant with DD but I do remember realising being pregnant explained earlier breathlessness when doing really inconsequential exercise.

    This time round I went for a walk with DH on a route I did very regularly and at a pace I always kept. I got home and was absolutely shattered breathless - like I had done it all on an incline or at an altitude. Not puffing like a run, but as though I couldn't *quite* catch my breath.

    After a few hours of being miffed about it I had a 'noooo, it couldn't be, could it?' moment and lo and behold it could have and it was.

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