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I overanalyzed symptoms during the first months. I wondered about every little pang and twinge. I was anxious to test early. And nothing. My AF showed like clockwork.
This last month, I was the opposite. I was distracted with work things. I didn't want to test because I just wasn't ready. Because I knew I was pregnant. And I finally relented to test the day after AF was due because my husband was pestering me. It was positive.
What tipped me off is that I am a lifetime stomach sleeper, and for the 4 nights before I tested (3 nights before AF was due), I could not sleep comfortably on my stomach. I can't describe the feeling very well, but something was noticeably different, and my stomach felt twingy and fluttery when I was lying on it, and I had to move to my side or my back.
Since I found out, I decided to try to start sleeping on my side, but I do unconsciously turn back on to my stomach at a few points in time during the night. But I get the weird feeling again, and I move back to my side.
This is my first pregnancy. It doesn't seem like this stomach sleeping experience should be an issue this early in the game, but that's what happened to me.