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What was your early symptoms ?

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Staceyaa Sun 01-Nov-15 13:30:55

Hi everyone I am back for more help, I am not due on for an other 5 days, but my boobs have been feeling filler and sore for a week and half now, also I have been more out of breath even walking up the stairs, and when I eat even small things I feel like I have eaten 10 meals lol, I don't want to test yet as I think it's too early, so just wondered what everyone else's symptoms was and if I could actually be pregnant smile

LineyReborn Sun 01-Nov-15 13:36:27

I felt nauseous and light-headed. I did a test - negative. A few days later it was positive!

Staceyaa Sun 01-Nov-15 13:38:32

Did you do a test b4 you was due on?

LineyReborn Sun 01-Nov-15 13:40:02

Yes. Mind you it was a few years ago and tests these says are much more sensitive.

LineyReborn Sun 01-Nov-15 13:40:25

these days

Staceyaa Sun 01-Nov-15 13:41:13

Okay yeah I suppose, I just don't know when to do one :/

Oysterbabe Sun 01-Nov-15 15:09:02

Wait until you are due on so you can be confident the result is accurate.

My only symptoms were sore boobs, which I got every month anyway but they normally get better a day or so before I come on but stayed sore when I was pregnant, and dizziness.

brookeberry Sun 01-Nov-15 15:21:24

Hi Stacey early symptoms are quite often just like the time of the month approaching, so none of us know until we do a test! Like Oyster said, it's best to wait to test the day you are due.

Staceyaa Sun 01-Nov-15 15:46:09

Okay thankyou everyone i will wait, it's just hard because I want to know lol but I suppose everyone feels same

f1ddlesticks Sun 01-Nov-15 16:23:04

Feeling breathless was definitely one for me. I did a twist in a yoga class, didn't involve any actual moving around, and was really out of breath afterwards, I just kind of knew then! Also my vision went slightly lopsided a couple of times. Only time it's ever happened was early in preg. Think I tested 2 days before AF was due.

Staceyaa Sun 01-Nov-15 16:25:48

It's so strange isn't it how you can be out of breath doing the littlest things, thankyou that gives me a little hope

Staceyaa Sun 01-Nov-15 20:36:10

Should I test in the morning ? My period is due 6th , I don't know how long I can wait sad

LineyReborn Sun 01-Nov-15 20:46:25

You could give it a go with one of the test sticks that detect early on, but they are not anywhere near the 99% accuracy you would get with testing a few days later.

overthemill Sun 01-Nov-15 20:47:13

Metallic taste in mouth from 3 days after conception. All 3 pregnancies

Staceyaa Sun 01-Nov-15 20:50:38

That's what I thought, I don't want to do one then get a false result sad ! Around 2 years ago i found out I was pregnant but lost it very early on, and I had a funny taste in my mouth but I haven't this time

ragged Sun 01-Nov-15 20:51:27

lack of period

Brummiegirl15 Sun 01-Nov-15 20:53:23

Bonkers mental vivid dreams.

You can try tomorrow with a first response but it needs to be first morning urine. So I would try the following day.

Only thing is. You test early, you have to be prepared to potentially get a negative. I got 3 x bfn's before getting the BFP

Belle89 Sun 01-Nov-15 21:10:57

Greasy hair, wash in morning looking like I'd stuck my head in a frying pan by mid afternoon!

KatyN Sun 01-Nov-15 21:21:26

I'm with you ragged!!! This time and last time the first I knew about it was my period was late! We were trying both times and both times the positive test completely floored me!

PrincessPunzie Mon 02-Nov-15 09:30:40

My only symptoms were extremely perky nipples and constant chafing on my twice-weekly runs (normally I only get this every once in a while, but my skin has become overly sensitive since being pregnant and I've had to start wearing different shorts to stop it!) I ignored both symptoms because I was a dreadful symptom-spotter early on in TTC and assumed it was just circumstantial - I got the shock of my life when the test actually came back positive!

MissSMartin Mon 02-Nov-15 10:10:33

Mine was just extreme tiredness I could sleep for 12 hours and was going bed at about 5pm! and loss of appetite... I barely ate a thing for a whole week which is when implantation would have been occurring looking back. I found out really early when I was only 3.5 weeks x

Runningupthathill82 Mon 02-Nov-15 10:49:48

Nothing at all til the positive line appeared on the pregnancy test. But then I never got any of the usual symptoms in the run up to periods either.

Everythinggettingbigger Mon 02-Nov-15 11:02:43

the day before I was due I was hosting a macmillan coffee morning, and made everyone eats lots of cake, but couldn't bare the thought of eating any myself, it was knocking me sick just the thought, so I just knew and after everyone left I got a test and sure enough it was positive, 3 and a half weeks I was. After finding out I started to put 2 and 2 together, I had been feeling really dizzy the past week, off my normal food, bloated, extreme tiredness and nauseas.

good luck I hope its positive for you, please don't be disheartened if its not (a lot easier said than done I know)......back on the horse as they say wink

I was convinced a few months before that I was pg, all the symptoms, including a very late period, but I wasn't. sorry don't want to dampen your mood but just wanted to let you know that was in june/july I got pg in Sept so theres still hope, and that was without trying.

Staceyaa Mon 02-Nov-15 11:13:05

Thankyou Hun, I do hope it's positive but like you say if it's not we just have to keep trying till it happenes xx

Redhead79 Mon 02-Nov-15 21:12:26

I had all my 'usual' period symptoms so nothing until a day or so before I was due on....a VERY upset stomach and aversion to alcohol (was out on a big girls night and just didn't want to drink, which is not like me) then I was just really tired and nauseous, thought I was going down with norovirus as it was going round work at the time....

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