I did with my first. Had no idea with the other two.
I knew my first was a boy straight away too, and I knew this one was twin girls, one twin didn't grow, but I have one healthy girl on board
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09-11-2013 10:44 #11
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09-11-2013 10:49 #12
I had a feeling I was but didn't want to get excited so put it off.....turns out I was and dd is 7 weeks old!
09-11-2013 10:52 #13
Yep, my boobs were killing me and I couldn't drink my cider when we went to the pub the weekend before I tested nor my morning coffee
09-11-2013 10:58 #14
With DS absolutely. I just knew so threw a pregnancy test in the trolley at Coles during a school run because DH doesn't understand intuition and I knew I'd need some proof lol. With my other two, no. Not so much.
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09-11-2013 11:00 #15Senior Member
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All 3 times.
Ds1 my sense of smell went thru the roof and I knew something was up.
Ds2 my hand kept 'protecting' my belly whenever I was about to bump into something. Then in Coles wen I walked past the hpt, something just told me to buy it & test. It wad positive
Ds3, I had a blood test to rule out pregnancy, I was due to have a mammo. It was negative, but I just didn't think that it was right.
On the day of the mammo, I went to the sonography place and whilst waiting to be called in, I did a hpt and it was positive! Lucky call!
09-11-2013 11:31 #16
Every month I was trying I 'knew' I was pregnant and felt at least 10 symptoms...both months I found out I was pregnant I felt no different to the other months...
09-11-2013 11:55 #17Junior Member
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Yes, for this pregnancy.
We're infertile, severe mfi, need ivf/icsi to conceive. Haven't been using contraception due to obvious issues.
Had no symptoms but just "knew". Poas before a was due - but :O
Knew it was twins, told my friends at 6 weeks that it was twins and that I would I told you so after my dating scan. Well it's identical twins as I thought!! :O
09-11-2013 13:04 #18
We did ivf so obviously knew that sperm had met egg, but about 6 days after transfer (equivalent to 9dpo) I had this overwhelming sensation that baby had just stuck - like fireworks in my belly.
I didn't want to believe it to avoid being disappointed, but sure enough the blood test was positive and I'm nearly 19 weeks along
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09-11-2013 13:07 #19
With my 2nd 2 I just knew
09-11-2013 13:49 #20
With ds2 yes. I swear I just 'knew' the morning after we dtd. I know it's not possible but I just felt pregnant.
Ds1 I didn't know till towards the end of my first trimester.
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