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    Yep feel exactly the same!! I've been getting bloated over the last few days aswell!! I never really got AF symptoms on the pill, so I really don't know what to expect. Last month I had cramping all day and then really painful cramps in the few hours before she arrived, so the fact she still isn't here after a days cramping maybe a good sign..

    In all honesty I'm not that keen to test tomorrow.. But If she isn't here Wednesday I'll be a little bit more excited!!

    Here's hoping we get our BFPs really really soon!!

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    If it's any consolation, I was totally convince that AF was coming for a week before getting my BFP. I had the cramps & bloating that normally follow with her showing up. I was so convinced I kept going to the toilet with tampon in hand.

    Good luck to everyone! Fingers crossed for your BFP's!

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