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Hey I’m a new member here and I’m experiencing early pregnancy symptoms. My partner and I had unprotected sex on March 3rd and we used the pull out method. March 2nd was my ovulation day but I still had a high chance of getting pregnant on the 3rd. We were not ttc. Here are all the symptoms I’m having and I’m sorry for TMI in advance. On March 10th a week after unprotected sex I had implantation bleeding early that morning when I wiped. The bleeding stopped after 1pm that day but I was urinating frequently. Symptoms: -Light spotting on the 10th. -On the 12th I peed myself which is NOT NORMAL! -I’m eating everything I can get my hands on especially fast food. Not normal because I’m very health conscious. -My breast feel swollen and heavy -Vivid dreams -My stomach is huge and bloated with gas -Everyone and everything stinks to me lol I never smelled many odors before but my nose is so sensitive now! -My emotions are up and down. I’ve been crying over nothingness. -Yesterday I was so cold outside my body was having what felt like convulsions. I felt my entire back and spine outside. DEFINITELY NOT NORMAL. The only symptoms I’m not having is vaginal discharge and vomiting. I didn’t know any of this prior to googling information about pregnancy and ovulation. I’m at the end of my two week wait and my period is due tomorrow. I went to see my obgyn but they don’t want to see me until I missed my period. I took a pregnancy test a day prior to my missed period and the results say negative. Please tell me what you know. I’m really scared that if I’m not pregnant than something worse might be going on! Thank you in advance
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The most common early signs and symptoms of pregnancy might include. Missed period. If you're in your childbearing years and a week or more has passed without the start of an expected menstrual cycle, you might be pregnant. However, this symptom can be misleading if you have an irregular menstrual cycle. Tender, swollen breasts. Early in pregnancy hormonal changes might make your breasts sensitive and sore. The discomfort will likely decrease after a few weeks as your body adjusts to hormonal changes. Nausea with or without vomiting. Morning sickness, which can strike at any time of the day or night. Often begins one month after you become pregnant. However, some women feel nausea earlier and some never experience it. While the cause of nausea during pregnancy isn't clear, pregnancy hormones likely play a role. Fatigue also ranks high among early symptoms of pregnancy.

It seems simply amazing that two weeks each cycle can be the most stressful time in a woman’s life. Since elevated stress levels may prevent conception through hormone disruption. Doesn’t it seem practical to find ways to improve your two week wait. Thereby increasing your chance of successful implantation and pregnancy. Can you believe you are anxious for two weeks out of every month? Early pregnancy test manufacturers want to relieve that anxiety by helping you detect if you are pregnant before your next period begins. You can begin to test at 7-10 days past ovulation. This means you need to be tracking ovulation. If the test comes back negative while testing this early. Know it may be a false negative due to very low hCG levels. It may be due to late ovulation. Wait 3 days and then test again. An early negative can also lead to feelings of sadness and depression. So, even though you can test this early. It may be best to wait longer, that way you will give the placenta more time to raise hCG levels.

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