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    4 dpo
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    RKH92 posted:
    Hey everyone! I'm Rebekah and my husband and I really want a baby! But he travels for work and is never home when I ovulate, he was finally home in July during my ovulation time!! I had my period on the 15th we did the deed on the 21st 23rd 26th and 29th. I should have ovulated on the 28th (that's 14 days after my period) I know it's only been a few days but I have been Crampy, tired, sore nipples (which I never get) nauseous, and a big appetite. I also just feel different, I feel maybe we finally made a baby but it is to soon to feel this way? Has anyone had symptoms and ended up pregnant? I still have 2 weeks until I should start my period and I'm going crazy waiting!! Some Successful stories would be really helpful and encouraging!! Thanks!!
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