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13/04/2016 at 21:54
Hello ladies. This is our first month trying to Conceive. We've been having sex normally but paid special attention to when I was ovulating. I'm due my period on Saturday, and I know my body. For the past few days my tummy has been bloated and I've been having some weird feelings in there. The only way to describe it is like butterflies, like heart palpitations but in my tummy. I've also noticed thick creamy discharge down there (sorry too much info) but it's like I feel constantly wet!! Amy friendly advice would be great! X
14/04/2016 at 07:39
Sounds positive just keep your fingers crossed is all you can do.
if you test before or on your period due date try to look at the sensitivity of a test. Clear blue digital are notoriously not as sensitive as other brands In fact tends to be the way with digitaln. So I would only use that to confirm after getting a good positive on other brands. Buy pink dye tests instead of blue where possible, less likely to get an evap line.
14/04/2016 at 08:30
Thank you meme210. My head is all over the place at the moment and all of my friends have already had their children so they're bored of me asking questions lol!
14/04/2016 at 11:38
I know what feeling, being 30 most of my friends who will have children had them years ago.
You say this is your first month ttc - do be aware if youve just come off the pill it's very common to experience strong pregnancy symptoms especially in the first month but it's just the hormones flucuating back to normal
14/04/2016 at 12:14
I was on the contraceptive patches depo but I came off of them about 4 months ago and made sure I had a few periods before we started trying. It's just waiting that's doing my head in! My ovia app says to do a pregnancy test today but I'm going to wait until I've missed one i think. Setting myself up for a fail Otherwise
14/04/2016 at 13:40
14/04/2016 at 17:03
Been getting period pains today so looks as if it's a no this month! Thanks anyway x
14/04/2016 at 20:13
Your not out until it arrives. cramps can be usual in early pregnancy too
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