Early Pregnancy Symptoms and Big Fat Positives
BFP after BFN&Neg. Blood Test!!!!
So I have been stalking this site since April, reading about others ttc and symptoms people had when getting their BFP. SO and I decided we were ready to try as our first is nearing 5 years old. I have irregular cycles and my dr wasn't sure whether or not I was ovulating at all. Found out I was having hyperthyroid problems and it would be AWHILE before my body was going to let me get pregnant. I haven't had a period in 4 months so I was attributing it to that. Discouraged, we still thought we would try. It was just an every other day or daily doing the deed and I tried to stay laying down for a while after wards.
I google everything and swore every symptom I was having this last month was due to bein pregnant. Second week of May my dr did a blood test and it was negative. I still took home tests after that all the way up to the 16-17th of May and got BFN. I hadn't had much symptoms that I paid attention to because my dr already ruled being pregnant out. My boobs were sore, and this usually happens for a week or so before my period. But it was worse than usual and much longer. I was kind of moody and extremely tired but I figured it was the weather or my hormones being weird.
I'm so POASO and I've seen so many negatives that when I took one last Monday, and had a line come back, I knew I was surely dreaming. No. Stinking. Way. I took three more test of all brands and sure enough got positives on all of them. I ran to the store for the CB digital tests, took one that night with a result of "Pregnant 3+" and the next morning with fmu and got the same "Pregnant 3+". I got into my dr two days later and my test was positive, also got a sono for measuring how far along and 7 weeks as of yesterday, with a visible and strong heartbeat !!!
I am absolutely ecstatic. Shocked. Sooo excited. And I wanted to post this because I know seeing people's stories helped me get through and gave me hope and encouragement. I'm so glad I still tested and went to a new dr to get things right. Anything can happen. Literally.
Baby dust to all xx :D