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Early Pregnancy Symptoms and Big Fat Positives

7 Months TTC after Abortion + IUD Mirena

I'm newly 24 and was surprised how long it took me to fall pregnant again being young. I’m a health conscious yoga teacher and TTC made me realise age, health and body has nothing to do with conceiving … its Divine Will. This site helped me through the TWW.

*31 day cycle
*I never used OPK or charted temps

1-5dpo: nothing
6-9dpo: tender boobs (never, ever, ever happens so knew instantly)
10dpo: tender boobs, gassy and sleepy (on a personal note, I started to love the scent of lavender and everywhere I went there was lavender – the same thing that happened when I fell pregnant 18 months prior)
11dpo: boobs very sore, very hungry (especially at night) and tired
12dpo: boobs sore, had this weird cramp (I describe it as a 30 second intense period cramp and I was light headed and weak, then it stopped)
13dpo: boobs sore
14dpo (AF due): boobs sore + veiny, implantation spotting was literally very light brown tinge when wiping ONCE, nothing else
15dpo: Tested … BFP <3

Things I did different this cycle:
*listened to the free podcast of circleandbloom every night
*went on a holiday away during ovulation and BD every day for 9 days
*didn’t practice yoga and laid low
*ate whatever I wanted!
*didn’t test until I was late

Best advice I ever read: “IF’S ITS DIFFERENT AND UNUSUAL THIS CYCLE – YOU’RE PREGNANT”

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