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Early Signs of Pregnancy?
Think you could be pregnant? What early pregnancy signs and symptoms are you having? Have you taken one or more pregnancy tests yet (early pregnancy tests before your missed period, or after you're late...)? If negative, have you checked in with the doc yet?

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Nervous to Test

Posted by: Mommiwishes on Tue Sep 28, 2010

My hubby and I have been trying for baby #2 for 8 months now, and during those have been having trouble with really really wacky periods. I never used the ovulation tests, partly because we were trying not to stress about it. Everytime I was "late" I would test and get a BFN...I figured out that my average cycle is 34 days rather than 28. I did a test on day 33 this month because I had sore breasts and never got my "PMS" day where I am usually a raging you-know-what. It was another BFN. But today is day 37 of my cycle and my breasts are just getting more and more sore and I am having some cramping and lower back pain. I realize that both could be AF on the way, but I have never experienced the breast soreness this much with PMS, just my first pregnancy. I was thinking about testing again, but I am so so so afraid of another BFN. What do you think? When should I test again?

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