Need some advice just don't know what to do from this point on. Don't want to say I'm pregnant and then find out I'm not. I've been experiencing just about every symptom of pregnancy and thought that maybe it was just me being overly worried. However, these symptoms have lasted for the past month and new symptoms come along every couple of weeks. I've recently taken my third home pregnancy test and it's been negative, but I can't help but feel pregnant. I've gotten my period last month and was told that every pregnancy is different and this feels different and similar to my first pregnancy.
When I was first trying to get pregnant, I convinced myself every month that I was pregnant (9 months later, I still am not). When we are TTC, we are hyper-aware of our bodies and sensitive to anything that could possibly be a pregnancy symptom. I'd wait until a missed period to take another test.
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