so today happens to be cd19 and no symtoms or whatsoever, am thinking its only bcos am like 5dpo-----but then again i feel some kind of funny cramping and rumbling which isn't the AF type...... am really hoping this is the month cos we've been trying for almost 2yrs now and its been frustrating every other month------have used clomid 50mg 2cycles which all turned out a burst, couldn't be bothered doing a third cycle on it cos the side effects were 2much for me to handle but i did O on my own this cycle; good-luck and baby dust to us ALL
Hi! I'm doing really well. I got my BFP last wednesday, so tomorrow I will be 5 weeks. I drew blood work and got the confirmation that I was pregnant last friday. Honestly, I didn't have any nausea, cramping or breast tenderness. The one thing that made my mother tell me I was pregnant before I found out was that I gained 4 pounds the week of conception. Some of that weight has left, but it stayed for a couple weeks. Must have just been water weight, extra fluid, etc. But it made my mother think I was pregnant. I really didn't have any other symptoms, and I'm still so early I don't have many symptoms. Usually I got AF cramps though, and with my BFP I didn't have any cramps. I don't know if it was due to pregnancy, but I did come down with the nastiest cold right before my BFP, when I normally never get sick. Maybe my immune system was busy elsewhere?? Dunno if that's a real symptom though. Good luck to you!!! I think what really really helped me was just relaxing!! I didn't use OPK's the month I conceived, we just BD'd when we felt like it and I monitored CM. Then I didn't stress about whether or not I was pregnant.
Congratulations! It is stories like yours that make me want to keep trying. this is so stressful though. I am losing patience with everyone and everything waiting to get pregnant! My husband has noticed but I cannot seem to control my irritation. I know I need to relax and stop thinking about it. Or at least not think about every two seconds like I do now. LOL
Thanks! It took me awhile and some major breakdowns to take a big step back and evaluate myself and tell myself that I needed to just have faith. It worked for me. Hang in there! It will happen for you too!
well, the only symptoms i seem 2 be having right now is breast tenderness (NOT THE KIND FROM CLOMID) and some rumbling in my ovaries----oh, and yesterday when i wiped there were some white CM like the O kind----not sure what that was about, but like you rightly said----i guess the key word is PATIENCE and RELAXATION!!!! thanks again and do have a happy healthy pregnancy. HUGS
Leona I understand how you feel. I missed my chance to do clomid this cycle and have to wait cd 11 today. i hope I ovulate normal this month on my own and a miracle happens. Good luck to you. Baby dust to us all!
Ughhhhhhhhh!!!! feels like depression isn't even enough to describe how i feel, but then again am still trying 2 keep FAITH and be cool about it like it's not so bad. thanks Mara, and to you all on this board------we'll keep trying until our miracle day. baby dust to us all........
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