When I became pregnant with my DS, I knew almost immediately. Doctors and family think I'm crazy but I swear I woke up one morning and was like, "oops, I better not drink at the party next week". It was so early when i did that that my period was still two weeks away. I have always been very intune with my body although sometimes my desire for another baby messes with my head.
Which brings me to the omg is this real part! My symptoms are almost synonomous (sp?) with some PMS symptoms so I'm trying not to get my hopes up but... oh well, tell me what you think. Yesterday I was suppose to get my period. The last couple days I've been extremely tired, had dizziness (which I had excess of with my son), lack of appetite (also a symptom from my son), a soreness in my breasts that comes and goes, some nausea, and tension headaches that also come and go. So what do you think, is it real?!View Thread
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