I am in my 3rd month TTC. I have paid no attention to any symptoms this month and have tried very hard not to read into anything. Today I went about my day like normal and a couple hours after getting up I got VERY nauseous and nearly threw up. I had to sit very still next to a garbage can. I have been really tired for awhile now, but I am blaming it on my busy schedule. I can easily sleep 10-11 hours at night and still take a 2-3hr nap. Today when I was laying down I felt some tugging/pulling sensations near my belly button. Never felt this before. I have been stuffy and sneezing all day too, but I had a cold a couple weeks ago. Any thoughts? Have any of you experienced this and then got your BFP? If so, when did you test? My af is due between the 8-10th of Nov. Today is the 2nd.
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