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Am I? Or too early

(17 Posts)
lucylloydxx Wed 27-Apr-16 19:56:11

I've always had problems with my periods. I can go 7 months without one but that doesn't mean I'm pregnant. Had sex with partner over 2 weeks ago. Now I'm feel drained and tired. I'm out of breath and my breasts are slightly sore now again. Could this be an indication to being pregnant or just wishful thinking?

fruityb Wed 27-Apr-16 20:39:14

Do a test, you won't know otherwise

Junosmum Wed 27-Apr-16 20:43:58

Definitely pregnant. With a boy. You'll name him Gerald

Take a test. Any other response you get on here will as reliable as mine above.

Princesspinkgirl Thu 28-Apr-16 18:49:06

Lol sorry laughing here at junosmum just brilliant

AnUtterIdiot Thu 28-Apr-16 19:22:44


I got similar replies a year ago when I posted a similar question, OP. Take a test smile

lucylloydxx Thu 28-Apr-16 21:06:15

Thankyou! I don't think my other half will agree with Gerald grin

2016ismyyear Thu 28-Apr-16 21:46:43

I was similar. Did a test pregnant!

lucylloydxx Fri 29-Apr-16 19:40:28

Do you ladies not think it's too soon to do a pregnancy test though. It nearly 3 weeks since so I thought it was far too soon to do a test

wombthereitis Fri 29-Apr-16 19:48:49

Three weeks is enough to show up on a test. Two weeks would be enough. Do one in the morning first thing, that's when you'd get the most accurate result.

NeedAGrip Fri 29-Apr-16 20:06:04

No, not too soon to do a test.

Plenty of tests say they're accurate from the day your period is due - which for most women, will be 2 weeks after conception.

lucylloydxx Fri 29-Apr-16 22:06:08

Any suggestions on which pregnancy is best? I've tried many in the past

Floggingmolly Fri 29-Apr-16 22:09:25

There's no "best" confused. If you're pregnant; they'll all show a positive...
You're really making a meal of this, aren't you?

lucylloydxx Sat 30-Apr-16 07:46:28

I think it's because when I've thought I've been pregnant in the past and I do a test and I'm not and I so badly want to be! Nothing wrong with being excited..

PotatosMum Sat 30-Apr-16 07:54:55

First response early response is most accurate. Not all tests are the same they have varying degrees of sensitivity. Avoid anything with blue ink as they tend to be less sensitive and are more likely to result in evaporation lines.

PotatosMum Sat 30-Apr-16 07:56:22

...and don't get a digital one this early as they are the least sensitive of the lot and often give false negatives in the early days.

2016ismyyear Sat 30-Apr-16 09:15:21

I just used the cheap ones. Poundland are great.

fruityb Sat 30-Apr-16 13:19:08

I used tescos, came in a twin pack. Got a positive in 30 seconds on both two days apart. Was two days late when I did the first one. Somehow I just knew I was pregnant!

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