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Can feeling really good be a symptom of pregnancy? Any experiences where sickness/rubbishy feeling wasnt your first sign of potential BFP

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Jellybabie3 Fri 06-Jan-17 20:13:43

Just wanted to throw this out there (and forgive me, i am in my tww blush) i hear so many stories that people feel horrible or sick etc and thats how they suspect they are pregnant but can it work the otherway? Can you or has anyone felt better than usual and got a BFP? Or even no change at all?

I am, like i said, in my 2ww but i feel GREAT. I have reduced caffeine intake alot and tried to eat more healthy since NYD (one whole week blush) but i honestly feel like a million bucks, best in years, no tiredness, no aches (since ovulation) full of beans - i just did an HOUR on the cross trainer which incidently has been extremely useful for hanging washing the last year but not much else! Am i reading into it? Would love to know.

Im cd 21 btw

Jellybabie3 Fri 06-Jan-17 20:16:14

Should also say i am usually one of those that eats everything in front of me and since NYD i dont feel like that. Theres choc over there that i dont feel like i need to scoff......and also i came off mini pill in october (if thats something)

haveacupoftea Sat 07-Jan-17 00:47:00

I just felt normal apart from a couple days when i was a bit down and grumpy (possibly unrelated). The tww is too early for symptoms like sickness, discharge etc so you certainly arent out. The signs i did have a few days post ovulation were mild cramps after orgasm, and days and days of positive opks - made me a bit suspicious!

TurquoiseDress Sat 07-Jan-17 15:29:48

Not particularly, but I felt completely normal, the same as usual prior to testing positive with my last pregnancy in spring last year.

I wasn't suspecting that I was pregnant, even though I'd come off the combined pill the previous month- so I wasn't symptom spotting or even thinking about it really.

For my first pregnancy, I don't remember any particular symptoms either, by the time I tested the first trimester was almost over blush

delilahbucket Sat 07-Jan-17 16:14:55

I've had tww's when I've felt great and it hasn't meant anything. To be honest, your reduction in caffeine will likely have a big impact on how you're feeling.

sk1pper Sat 07-Jan-17 22:50:29

I have reduced my caffeine intake massively. I have a cup of cofffe or tea a day (if that) and feel so much better for it. I have more energy, no headaches and more relaxed. It's possible this is the cause.

maisybobbins Sat 07-Jan-17 22:56:09

I never felt sick during any of my pregnancies. First symptom was being absolutely ravenous... good luck OP!

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