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Every cycle so far I feel extra emotional in my TTW, idk if it's hormones or what! For example, last night while watching The Bachelorette finale, I probably cried during a 1/4 of it. Then today at work (I work at the county office that does public assistance) I was going through recent birth records and making sure we had them in our system, and I got tear eyed and wanted to cry, then just a little bit ago I was ready through the April DDC (because I clearly like to torture myself) and had to stop myself from crying again!
Oh, and I always seem more irritable towards DH in my TWW also.
anyone with on being extra emotional during this time?
__________________ Erica (25) married to Robert (27). DD Jayla (5) Pregnant with baby #2. E.D.D May 12, 2015
I get like that too the last couple of cycles. It's annoying and strange. I am also a huge b to dh during the end of the tww which is how he knows af is coming. This cycle is the same though, but tomorrow I will confirm if I really have a bfp our not.
Yeah, me, too. Usually a lot more teary and sentimental. And sometimes frustrated.
Me - 37 and DH - 35
After 2 years of infertility, IUI #3 with Clomid 75mg brought us twins.
E and N, born 6 weeks early but healthy, 1/11.
5/14 to 5/15 - TTC #3 for 1 year, then started Synthroid.
5/13/15 - Natural BFP. Chemical Pregnancy.
6/10/15 - A second natural BFP. Due Feb. 21st, 2016.
I've always gotten like that the week before AF, but it's way worse when we're TTC. I think it's just the constant "what if" and stress of not knowing, plus being sad since I know that AF is coming but my mind still playing the trick of "you never know, you could be...".