Early Pregnancy Symptoms and Big Fat Positives
10 years Infertility
10 years ago I married my husband and we immediately started trying for a baby. After a few years we found out I had PCOS, a short Lutheal phase wen I do manage to ovulate and premenopause. Devastated, but determined that it would happen we refused to give up. We tried to adopt and the mom changed her mind the day before the boy was born and after negative after negative, fertility treatments that just didn't work, and immense stress on our marriage we finally resigned to the fact it would never happen. Until 3 days ago when out of the blue I peed on that stick and got a double pink line. I don't have periods I don't know when I ovulated and I'm not sure how far I am yet. But I couldn't stop myself from writing this. 5 pregnancy tests later and I still cannot believe it! I started a new job working around lots of girls. 4 periods in the month of February. Lots of spotting all through march! No fertility meds for 5 years! Here were the symptoms that made me test! Day 1 of symptoms(march 15): My nipples looked so weird! Swollen and a bit darker but mostly puffy painful but not bad... I think AF is coming not just spotting. this lasts a week no other symptoms . Day 2: (second day of symptoms but this is a week after day 1) My nipples hurt so bad I can't wear a bra! Day 3: (this is day after boobs) Peeing every hour. Cramping think AF is coming. Day 4: boobs hurt so bad I take a pregnancy test BFN Day 5: boobs hurt peeing all the time. Friend says I'm peeing too much. Husband says boobs look the same but I don't think so. Day 6: boobs (nipples only) hurt!! Peeing! Feeling slightly nauseous but not too bad. Another pregnancy test BFN. Day 7,8,9,10: same symptoms nothing new. Felt off didn't want to take last pregnancy test bc I knew I wasn't but woke up at 4 am to pee and could not help it. Clear as day BFP! ❤️❤️❤️ Still can't believe it. Getting cramps now and lots of back pain. Acne when I NEVER get pimples. I'm very excited and nervous but hopeful and grateful. Baby dust everyone.