Could This All Be Psychosomatic

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Laurie - July 1

I am about 8 dpo and I may in fact be losing my mind. Here are some ''symptoms' I'm having, but can't find the answers to them. I'm hoping all you well-informed folks can give me your input. First, I feel tired, like a rare afternoon nap would be a good thing. Second, my nipples are tender (usually entire br___ts are tender before AF), but I don't see any obvious darkening. Third, I feel queasy most of the day, but never approach the point of vomiting. Fourth, my mouth feels somewhere between dry and like I just took a penny out of my mouth (metallic-like). Fifth, I have been getting weird tingling in my hands and feet, like the p___kly-pin feeling of 'falling asleep'. All the research I've done on early signs asks about a missed period (due July 8-9) and doesn't really mention much about my specifics. Anyone out there know anything about this? thanks a bunch, wish me luck!

 

Laurie - July 1

i forgot to mention one or two more items of interest. 1. Light-headed and 2. feverish (although I don't own a thermometer so I don't know for sure.) thanks again for your time and I will be anxiously checking the threads. L

 

to Laurie - July 1

I read that, the more early, early symptoms you have (just days after ovulation, before AF), the less likely you're pregnant. That's because most women don't get the symptoms you mentioned, until they are around 6 or 7 weeks pregnant. Occasionally, someone describes just feeling 'different' and knowing but it's not so much related to having lots and lots of symptoms. So often we feel 'sure' we're pregnant, but then we're not. When that happens to you several times, you start not thinking about symptoms, and before you know it..you're pregnant and you really didn't think you were.

 

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