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20/05/2015 at 22:38
I'm already a mother of one but I'm semi-new to the pregnancy part because my DS was born 5 years ago so I don't remember any of this. Were trying to conceive #2 (finally)
I started preg symptoms about a week ago (twinges in uterus, sore boobs, period like cramps, extreme bloating and yellowish creamy discharge (sorry-TMI)) Tomorrow AF is due and I've tested once a day the past 3 days and all were faint positives so I'm just worried(more like scared) that AF will show up because my symptoms are disappearing. Can an anyone give me some reassuring advice to help me feel better about it all?? Please and thank you.
20/05/2015 at 23:11
Symptoms come and go throughout pregnancy so try not to worry too much if it feels like they've disappeared. Unfortunately time is the only way you'll tell whether or not the pregnancy will continue successfully but I wish you the very best x
21/05/2015 at 01:35
Thank you Purple Star. I guess I'm just over reacting because I've waiting 3 1/2 years to ttc again (wanted to finish school). This is our first month trying and last time we TTC it took 8 months.
21/05/2015 at 06:57
Sounds promising with your positives and symptoms. I had AF symptoms just before it was due, was convinced It was going to come. Then it all stopped. AF didn't come so tested 3 days late and got my positive.
Good luck and keep us posted xxx
21/05/2015 at 22:10
Well AF was due this morning but she hasn't shown her face yet. StI'll having period like cramps and boobs are bigger. They aren't hurting but I can tell their there if that makes sense -kinda senative. I also noticed a whitish discharge (sorry-tmi) today. I'm also very emotional - crying at the slightest whim. Going to take a clear blue digital in the morning just for reassurance. I really hope I am and it stays.
On a different note, does anyone believe in superstitions? I always heard that if you crack an eggs and it has two yolks someone in the family is pregnant Well the past three weeks I've cracked open two eggs with two yolks.
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