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SarahC89 Tue 12-Jan-16 15:20:39

Actively TTC. The past fortnight I've been tired, peeing a lot, had lots of excess wind, having vivid dreams now and again, been quite emtional and have had lingering period type pains in my lower back. Curiosity got the better of me and I took a pregnancy test 10dpo and again today and both were negative. I feel like the period type pain is getting stronger and I'm due on Friday (3 days time) - I'm convinced now that my period is coming! Anyone else had similar experiences?
Also been sneezing on and off the past couple of weeks and have developed a mouth ulcer - which I read can also be symptoms - not sure if I believe that tho!

toohardtothinkofaname Tue 12-Jan-16 15:27:09

Probably too early for symptoms. When I was TTC, it was always at the front of my mind & as such I noticed everything. I had no symptoms until 7 weeks when I actually was pregnant.

Wait until Saturday & test again if AF hasn't arrived.

SarahC89 Tue 12-Jan-16 15:42:47

I know... I keep telling myself that it's all in my head as I don't recall having any symptoms with my first. I think the negative result has prepared me for a probable negative result at the weekend. All last week I've been so sure that I was pregnant so I would have been really disappointed if I waited until the weekend and got a negative.

My first is nearly 9 years old, he was a little surprise and I was only 18 but wouldn't change a thing.
Now I'm 26, have a good job and we have just purchased our first home so we our totally baby ready... Just hope it happens for us soon!

scaevola Tue 12-Jan-16 15:55:45

I think you'll be more likely to find the TTC posters who might have experience of this in the conception topic

Mslg Tue 12-Jan-16 20:00:36

I agree with scaevola, I would get this moved to conception.

SarahC89 Tue 12-Jan-16 21:21:09

This was my first post - not sure how to move it - sorry I posted in wrong place! So please just ignore this thread!
Thanks for the reply tohardtothinkofaname smile

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