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OnNaturesCourse Fri 17-Mar-17 13:01:38

Im only 3+3 so ive found out really early as i was feeling so run down... I now keep reading about chemicals, miscarries, and false positives and im crapping myself and too scared to tell anyone so i cant talk about my worries. Ive got cramps, horrid taste in my mouth and feel shattered after being awake a few hours. I need someone to hold my hand and talk me off the ceiling... 😖 When did you all start telling close family (parents etc) and work etc?

Dilligufdarling Fri 17-Mar-17 13:07:01

Bless you, the first few weeks are indeed a whirlwind! Thebhormonse definitely do not help.
You probably won't but it's not going to help!
Secondly congratulations!!
When I was early pg the more symptoms I had the better to my mind. I figured that meant my hormones were nice and strong smile

We told parents basically as soon as we knew, and close friends too. But saved the "public" announcements - work and fb etc until after the first scan (at 12 weeks).
I figured that if I needed support, they'd need to know what was going on and there was no reason to keep it from close people.

BakerBear Fri 17-Mar-17 13:07:11

What was the start date of your last period?

Jessiecat27 Fri 17-Mar-17 13:08:51

Hey! I'm 6 weeks on Monday, I only found out last week. False positives are very rare so I wouldn't worry about that, stress will make it all worse just try to relax for now, I know it's hard! I've been barely sleeping, ms has started now and I'm getting awful headaches! I told my work last week for health and safety reasons, told my mum yesterday and oh has told pretty much everyone because he was so excited. I wanted to wait until 12 weeks but whatever will be will be!

OnNaturesCourse Fri 17-Mar-17 15:13:38

Thank you. I thinking of telling the parents at the weekend so there's some support for us both as it's our first.

noelle85 Sat 18-Mar-17 19:22:46

I'm in the same position as you, found out at 3 + 4 and have all the same irrational fears. 🙈

OnNaturesCourse Sun 19-Mar-17 00:23:51

Isn't it horrible? I feel like I constantly need to check... Goodness knows how many sticks I've peed on in the two days since finding out!

Increasinglymiddleaged Sun 19-Mar-17 07:07:30

Cramps are totally normal btw, that's body starting to get ready. Relax and congratulations smile

inkybunny Sun 19-Mar-17 17:27:47

Congratulations! I had cramps until about 5 weeks - like you I found out really early, and I kept feeling like my period was about to start.

I think I took nine tests in all!

OnNaturesCourse Sun 19-Mar-17 19:02:11

Inky... I think I've exceeded that! Just using internet cheapies but puts my mind at ease!

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