for those who experienced implantation bleeding do you remember what it smelled like? cause i spotted a little bit today and it doesn't smell like period blood more like a vinegar smell
(to save you the trouble... a link! http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=962404 )
myself, my earliest actual symptom ever was 5dpo with both DD and this baby I got nausea... several other symptoms on top of that too, but they were later on.
With my first, my breasts become heavy and quite a big bigger immediately. They were also very sore.
The same happened with this pregnancy but I also started waking up STARVING. I noticed an increase in appetite immediately.
I took a test and found out at 4-5 weeks with both.
Oh, my period was also 3-4 days late.
Mama to DS [05/21/08] & DD [09/16/10] 43 weeks 1 day!
I've had severe heartburn with all my pregnancies, and it's started earlier and earlier with each one. And I'm not talking spicy-food-heartburn or baby-in-the-ribs heartburn. I'm 6 1/2 weeks pregnant, and plain water is killing me.
In all my 33 years, I've never had heartburn outside of pregnancy. You'd think I'd have realized what was going on when I was searching for the Tums 2 weeks ago.
Raising a full house- Kings (12, 3, new) over Queens (8, 7)
not implantation spotting for sure though... as implantation happened at 6dpo (thats the day I started getting the pinching and had the triphasic temp rise after)
My first symptom (not counting the spotting), was getting winded and being unable to finish my workout. This was maybe 12 dpo or so.
DD born 9/24/2010 :
I was a week late for AF and on the mini-pill. I knew that it was time to test when my coffee tasted bad. That was so outrageous that I knew I had to be pregnant.
this time around it was burping... it was a couple days before my period was due but convincing enough that i bought a test.
With this one, I was stunned to get hit with horrible heartburn from tea and water at 6dpo. I was testing way early and getting frustrated because I knew something was up. Took almost a week to get a positive test.
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