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How soon do pregnancy symptoms start?

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mmmmmchocolate Sun 06-Sep-09 14:52:06

Hi all. I am TTC#2 and for the last 3 days ive had this nagging nausea but no sickness. My tummy feels heavy and ive had on and off backache for the last week, ive also had problems sleeping and im finding it hard to get comfy and having to get up to go to the loo in the night. (Something I never do- im far too lazy grin ) Im also exhausted and just want to sleep, my boobs feel huge and my bra was bugging me so much at work the other day I had to take it off and go braless blush Thing is im not due on until at least the 13-15th of Sept so am I imagining it all?

bigmuther65 Sun 06-Sep-09 15:00:52

i got most of my symptoms very early i think before i was due the sore boobs and wanting to wee all night being the most common first signs didn't get nausea till a bit later though around 5wks but the other signs all sound like very classic first signs so fingers crossed

mmmmmchocolate Sun 06-Sep-09 15:07:43

Thank you, im hoping I'm not imagining its just I never got the nausea last time until around 7 weeks thats why its thrown me. I also never noticed any other symptoms until i had missed a period but maybe I know my body better this time? :-S

skihorse Sun 06-Sep-09 16:04:50

I had symptoms at 4DPO with my sadly brief pg. It's not at all implausible and there are a bunch of lists of symptoms from real life women/pregnancies on

corblimeymadam Sun 06-Sep-09 16:15:22

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Joolsiam Sun 06-Sep-09 16:26:31

for my most successful pg (lasted a whole 12 weeks), I got unmistakable symptoms at 8DPO - hot, tingly nipples and then a poking sensation near my belly button at 11DPO (CD24 and 25 of a 29 day cycle)

Sitting on my hands here right now - 6DPO and hoping symptoms will magically kick in within a couple of days grin

mmmmmchocolate Sun 06-Sep-09 20:53:13

Oh ive had the fanjo ache LOL Good luck Joolsiam. Im going to bed now as its 8.50 hmm and I cant stay awake a moment longer grin

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