Just a quick question. How soon after conception did your pregnancy symptoms start?
I'm a little worried I may be pregnant due to Nausea, tiredness, brown discharge (sorry for tmi) but the last time I had sex was about two weeks ago and then again a week ago. Could symptoms have started already?
I had my first symtoms 2 weeks after conception, when did you last period actually start? As this is when they count the pregnancy from, not actually from the date of conception... how long until your next period? and what are you cycles like? I had an irregular/ shorter cycle.... used first responce test as my gp said they can dectect it earliest x
At around what would have been 3-4 weeks i just got unbelievably tired and just didnt feel right, then one afternoon threw up for no apparent reason and i thought i had a stomach bug, as i had a small show i didnt think i could be pregnant but got a BFP 5 days later! Around the time i would have conceived i got a bit of a rash and had real trouble settling down to sleep, but that may have just been coincidence!
LMP 6th July BD'ing on 18th and 19th July (day 13 and 14 of cycle) (Possible ovulation bleed - brown day 15, 16, 17 not v much but a new symptom for me) Ive been feeling so tired since last friday (Ive had to have v early nights), then bloated especially last friday, yesterday Monday I was so irritable, have had intermittent nausea and today felt so hungry by 10am despite having a normal breakfast. Ive got more energy today and am not so irritable...
Ive read about lots of people who are convinced that theyre pregnant then get a negative... will have to wait and see Oh the other wiered thing is that my OPK has been strongly positive for the last couple of days. Time will tell
why not buy a couple of first response tests? i think superdrug do two for £10, do one now, and another in a week or so,that way you will know for sure... mine showed up at 4 weeks pregnant, but i have a shorter cycle
Would you like another hun, or is it just the panic of how you will cope with another baby?
A friend was in a similar situation, and she nearly terminated but didnt, since she has had Oliver she is so glad, she says it isnt as hard as she thought, he is now 2 months, and she thinks it was a lot easier as she had not "forgotten" how tiring it can be, it made her cope easier... not sure if i am explaining it too well xxx