Early Signs And Not Preg No We Re Not Delusional

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mulgajill - February 14

well... there are a lot of gals on here, Hi B'lana!, who have the "signs" then are NOT pregnant, of course we are not mad.... after I did the early hpt which was faintly positive and having lots of symptoms, did another a few days later, negative.... and af came two days early... of course it what Grandpa Viv warns about ultra early preg test... you may well be in the early stages of pregnacy but after implantation it does not continue (about 50% of pregnancies don't get past the 2week stage). Normally one would not know and just think it is a bit heavier/different period (mine for instance NEVER come early) instead of having one's hopes up then getting the big let down. So here i go again, 10 days or so to start trying again, and i am going to resist all temptation to buy the early hpt this time! *****babydust to all***** :-)

 

emily - February 15

well ive been putting off writing in this forum but now Im going to respond. I had pains, dizziness, nausea, sore b___bs, fatigue and I went to the doctor as I a__sumed it was low blood pressure or urine infection or whatever and after a checkup, everything was normal and the nurse asked if it was possible that I was pregnant. I have been trying for 32 months now (yes ive been checked, blah blah) and after the nurse saying that, ive been checking temperatures, looking at this forum and generally thinking that I was. My point is that try not to get your hopes up as It´s highly possible that you are not pregnant, as I wasnt and had every symptom under the sun. I came on af when it was due, my temps went down, everything. I really wish baby dust to all, but i am seeing so many people elated like I was at symptoms that really could be anything. I´m just once again enjoying trying.

 

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