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    Bfp 11dpo... Earliest symptom-Tender nipples/breasts around 9/10dpo

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    Bfp at 7dpo. My symptoms started at 10dpo feeling sick and tired. Lead up to my bfp were sharp cramps on my left side

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    Fatigue was mine...wanting to go to bed at 8.30 instead of watching stuff on my laptop until 11pm. 9-10dpo. It still wasn't a big 'clue' for me though. I was shocked with my bfp 😊

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    I got a BFP at 10 Dpo. But no symptoms for a while that time. Healthy pregnancy too.

    This pregnancy I didn't test until about 18 dpo and had cramping a day or two later. And fatigue too.


 

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