What's been your experience? I'm just looking to distract myself with a fun thread here, please help me out
It's like I woke up one morning and my entire body chemistry had changed.
I knew 1 day after my missed period because I nearly fell asleep sitting up at lunch. I was all of the sudden soooooooooo tired.
I guess it's not all that early.
Wife to a wonderful DH, Mom to 3 amazing girls and one special boy, IBCLC, supporter of moms.
With DD, I thought i started my period a week early-- implantation spotting. I didn't realize i was pregnant until about 2 weeks later when my breasts started hurting and I couldn't drag myself out of bed.
I also charted and had a mildly triphasic pattern.
Mom to DS1 : 11/2004 and DS2 12/2008; happy to have discovered ECing, co-sleeping, and tandem nursing during our journey together
stay at home, unschooling mommy to D (Jan., '07), G (May '09), T (Nov '10), and M (Jan '13)
One of my cats, who's had kittens, knew by 7DPO - she started nuzzling my head in bed and being really affectionate which is so NOT like her!
I also had some implantation spotting around 7DPO.
I got my BFP at 10DPO.
SAHM to DS Jan09, DD Mar11.
Mama to Ahnna-Bella (Dec 05) , Harrison (Oct 08) , and Kellan Wilder (Jan '12)
I had a really light vague twinge in the pubic bone (like the pelvic symphasis I had with my 1st), and I pee'd away all my pre-period bloat. I just knew- with both kids well before the ++ showed
I have a friend who gets the really severe kind of all day sickness where you can't even keep water down, and that hits her by the time her period should.
with my second child, i knew because i had gotten a migraine headache for the first time. luckily, my neighbor was outside because i fell to the ground and needed to be guided into the house.
with my third child, i knew the night "it" happened because after we were done my husband said to me "you're pregnant." the next morning i woke up feeling like i had the flu and a hangover.
"If you keep doing the same things you've always done, you'll keep getting the same results you've always gotten."