I'm 8 DPO and going crazy. My boobs haven't stopped hurting since I ovulated and I'm bloated, cramping and spotting. I know I am crazy but I have tested the last 4 days. Then I was reading something on yahoo and a lot of people were saying the Target brand caught early hormones. So.... I went out and bought the target brand . Right?! So I tested this morning and if I hopped on one foot, squinted and blinked twice...I'm pretty sure I saw a line. Then I wasted a test by putting water on it to see of that had a line, no line. I went and bought 3 more to test the next 3 mornings.
Am I the only one this crazy, nervous, scared and excited?!
It said faint FAINT positive. Then the next day... a little darker line but still faint... Then I saw RED! The worse bleeding I have ever had. I will never test early again. I knew I was pregnant but a loss. I don't even think I ovulated after it and my next cycle is t due to start till next week... I don't even know if I want to try
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