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10/11/2015 at 00:33
I've just found out I'm pregnant and I've noticed my whole body is aching is this normal?
10/11/2015 at 06:45
Most of the time yes. Pregnancies differ, some women ache and others do not. A warm bath or a back rub can ease it.
09/08/2016 at 15:19
Okay, so I registered to this forum bc when I was wondering if I was pregnant, it was so hard to find real experiences of pregnant women. All I could find were lists of symptoms that didn't go in great detail. Now that I am pregnant I would like to share what I experienced. I know all women are different, I get it. However, I initially felt some odd cramps about a week after I ovulated. My first reaction was "it's my period coming in a week". The following day the cramping got more intense but never painful, they were just different feeling, not like period. Everyonce in a while it would feel like menstural cramps but those were off and on. I also could feel some tingles in my nipples and breasts. Then, the next day I woke up with really sore nipples, sore to the touch. That's when I started thinking pregnancy. The following two days, My nipples became more sensitive, cramping on and off, pressure in my uterus, bubbles in my tummy, and the symptom that really had me convinced was I didn't want coffee!! I love a cup of coffee in the morning but I was totally turned off! I was also having trouble sleeping, I am waking up at 3am on the dot wide awake. Feeling very restless And nauseated at night too, not to the point where I want to puke but enough to feel it. I got a big whiff of the garbage yesterday and almost hacked so I am sensitive to smell too. 3 days before my expected period, I took two pregnancy test....both positive!!! I took a cheaper one and a fancy digital one that said I was 3-4 weeks prego. So now I am convinced. I hope my story helps some ladies out there who are sitting and wondering about each little cramp or feeling.
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