We're not actively trying but we're not preventing or using any contraception or pull out methods. Being very laid back at this stage.
I have been pregnant in the past unplanned and it happened after the first time of non-contraception Intercourse.
So after 2/3 weeks i had light cramps and a possible missed period. (I wasn't keeping track of my cycle at the time).
I just knew i was pregnant. I cant explain how, i wasnt sick or sore i just knew. I was so sure i was pregnant, when my pregnancy test 2 weeks later came back positive, i wasn't shocked or surprised.
Has this happened to anyone else? What are the chances that this will happen again?
And because i fell pregnant immediately the last time is it likely i will fall quickly again?
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15-11-2015 03:19 #1Junior Member
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15-11-2015 11:25 #2
We were Ttc with both our daughter. Lucky enough to get pregnant first time with each. I knew I was and even though we dtd several times to achieve a baby I know which one of those times it was
15-11-2015 16:25 #3
I knew. I can't explain it. We had tried the month before but weren't successful and I also knew then I wasn't preg. But I just knew the next month, within days. I took a test at 9dpo and wasn't at all surprised i got a bfp, even though I had no symptoms.
I'm hoping next time I'll know again, it was pretty cool!
15-11-2015 17:21 #4
I don't know if I "knew" exactly- I came home from work, needed to pee and decided to test. + result in about 3 seconds. Period wasn't late, no symptoms.
As for falling quickly a second time, no there is no guarantee, or likelihood. You (we) are just lucky.
15-11-2015 18:12 #5
I fell pregnant having unprotected sex the last day of my period and I knew I was pregnant. Way before any test would have shown it up. We weren't even trying yet- were planning on ttc about 6 months later. When we were trying for DD I fell pregnant after 5 months, and didn't get the same feeling, miscarried then fell next cycle and again didn't 'know'. I think it's all pretty random unfortunately!
15-11-2015 22:38 #6Senior Member
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I knew it with both my daughters. I just had a feeling of there being more than me..and very protective of my womb..like I wouldn't put my phone or computer in my lap..now I get the feeling one more is missing. For example when we go to shops or park I look to locate my two older kids amd I carry bub but still keep looking like someone is missing until I realise I have 3 kids and they are all near me.. is that weird? Lol
16-11-2015 11:34 #7
I knew with DD. I wasn't due for a few days, but couldn't sleep one night and had an overwhelming urge to test, but I was comfortable and it was cold so I couldn't be bothered getting up. Tested in the morning and it was positive, but then realised it was an OPK so ignored it. Told a friend later in the day and was told OPK's can pick up pregnancy, so tested again with a proper test and yep, pregnant!
DS I had no idea. Was a couple of days late, but didn't feel any different, so thought I was just late as didn't think we had caught the window as DH was working nights and we hadn't really seen each other. Needed an X-ray and glad I said something as they tested and yep, had a bun in the oven.
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