New To This So Idea If What Am About To Say Will Make Any Sense.
Ok so im very confused at the moment. i have been pregnant twice but miscarridge had other plans for me. With them both i had really sore boobs but cant even remember when i first got the sign.
We tried again on tues and after 3 days i have sore boobs not so bad at the moment but when i prod them i can feel pain n have been gettin that tingling sensation things.... i have no idea if this is a sign or even if that can happen after 3 days..... maybe its all in my head!!
Sorry to say this, but I'd say it's in your head. After you ovulate you get a progesterone surge which starts just after you ov and ends just before af arrives (falling progesterone levels triggers af) and progesterone increases can mimic the signs of early pregnancy. When I have been pregnant (and it's gone on, rather than miscarrying) I haven't really had any true symptoms until about 6 or 7 weeks. But everyone's different, maybe you are pg, but I would be wary of symptom spotting so soon. Any fertilised egg hasn't even implanted yet so unlikely to be giving off major hormones to cause early pregnancy symptoms.
hmm..... why cant i find this information on the internet!!! but thank you. i knew i was thinking way to much into it and that it could'nt be but fingers crossed i guess... still got that long 2 week waiting game to even take a test but thank you x
sorry to be the bearer of bad news.... you'll never find these things out on official websites, it's only by getting other people's experiences that you find out what's going on. I didn't know about the progesterone thing until I found out about it on here, and then I started doing my own research and found out it was true.
It's particularly hard after an mc, harder after two. I know from experience.
My top tip for getting pg, book a totally inappropriate holiday (white water rafting down the Amazon or something) for just before when you want to have your baby... guaranteed to produce a bfp! They always happen when it's least convenient (but of course totally delightfully inconvenient!)