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    Morning ladies, happy monday!

    I'm 5dpo today, feeling pretty normal, except for being a little moody, but that's part and parcel with pms. I know its early, but don't know if lack of symptoms is a good thing??

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodiesmummy2011 View Post
    Morning ladies, happy monday!

    I'm 5dpo today, feeling pretty normal, except for being a little moody, but that's part and parcel with pms. I know its early, but don't know if lack of symptoms is a good thing??
    I had no symptoms at all when I fell pregnant with my dd, at 9 dpo my temp went up a lot but I thought it was a wrong reading 10 dpo was the same so I tested that day expecting a negative but I got my bfp. Apart from the temp I had no indication I was pregnant, no cramping, tiredness, aches, sensitivity...nothing! It's totally possible to be pregnant with no symptoms. Fx for you! I'm also 5 dpo today, the wait is horrible! When will you test?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahjane914 View Post
    I had no symptoms at all when I fell pregnant with my dd, at 9 dpo my temp went up a lot but I thought it was a wrong reading 10 dpo was the same so I tested that day expecting a negative but I got my bfp. Apart from the temp I had no indication I was pregnant, no cramping, tiredness, aches, sensitivity...nothing! It's totally possible to be pregnant with no symptoms. Fx for you! I'm also 5 dpo today, the wait is horrible! When will you test?
    Yay twinning!! With my son, I had a bout of nausea at 5dpo, then a bad backache at 7dpo, and got a vvvv faint bfp on 9dpo afternoon

    The tww certainly does suck. I was going to try and wait till next monday 12dpo, but we'll see, I've wasted so many tests this past year lol.

    How about you?

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    AF is now 4 days late for me. But just got a BFN which means I obviously don't have hcg in my system, so can't be pregnant. Just sharing for some support. Anyone else's body done this to them before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUG81 View Post
    AF is now 4 days late for me. But just got a BFN which means I obviously don't have hcg in my system, so can't be pregnant. Just sharing for some support. Anyone else's body done this to them before?
    No experience, but wanted to send some hugs! I'm sorry hun! Hang in there, it's still possible! You may have seen me mention this before, but my friend didn't get a BFP with her twins until 5 weeks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by makingbabythree View Post
    No experience, but wanted to send some hugs! I'm sorry hun! Hang in there, it's still possible! You may have seen me mention this before, but my friend didn't get a BFP with her twins until 5 weeks!
    I've read these kinds of things happening, but it feels so impossible when the HPT clearly still only shows was one line! I'd already be 5+5 if I were and can't imagine the world would be so cruel to let be pregnant but not have it confirmed!
    Thanks xx Appreciate your kindness and support

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodiesmummy2011 View Post
    Yay twinning!! With my son, I had a bout of nausea at 5dpo, then a bad backache at 7dpo, and got a vvvv faint bfp on 9dpo afternoon

    The tww certainly does suck. I was going to try and wait till next monday 12dpo, but we'll see, I've wasted so many tests this past year lol.

    How about you?
    I was thinking about testing at 10 dpo but want to wait as long as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUG81 View Post
    AF is now 4 days late for me. But just got a BFN which means I obviously don't have hcg in my system, so can't be pregnant. Just sharing for some support. Anyone else's body done this to them before?
    Did you ever get the solid smiley? Maybe you didn't ovulate when you thought

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    Hi ladies sorry I haven't posted much lately work has been keeping me very busy.. I am not sure when and if I've O I did do some opks around cd14 with negative results but didn't do any after that as I've been flat out at work but going by my tracking app AF is due around the 23rd not sure if that will be right as my cycle was way off last month with a 50day cycle..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUG81 View Post
    AF is now 4 days late for me. But just got a BFN which means I obviously don't have hcg in my system, so can't be pregnant. Just sharing for some support. Anyone else's body done this to them before?
    Sorry to see your body is not playing fair. Can you get blood tests to see what's happening? Could you have ovulated later than you thought?

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