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So my husband and I have only just started TTC last month, and I know the odds of conceiving the first time are pretty low, but here's ny story.
Two weeks after ovulation I just felt off, so I bought a home pregnancy test and thought there's no way but I'll give it a go, and it was positive. So two more positives a week later and what should be 5 days into my period (but behold I haven't had it yet) and after having extremely tender nipples (to the point of almost crying if the got slightly bumped), cramping like I would if I were getting my period, slight pink discharge, slight naseau and an extremely runny nose, I went to my doctor for a blood test.
I don't get the results until tuesday, and I have this irrational fear that he is going to tell me it is negative and I'm worries that all these symptoms are in my head!
Is it normal to feel this way? Is my fear as irrational as it seems?
After all my research into pregnancy symptoms after I stared getting them, could I be wrong and somehow not be pregnant?
If your test was positive then you're pregnant Congrats! I have two sons, first was concieved the first month ttc and the second was conceived after dtd once, so getting pregnant on the first try happens. I think what you're feeling is normal, I didn't have blood work but before my first ultrasounds each pregnancy I was so scared that maybe I wasn't really pregnant and the ultrasound wouldn't show anything lol.
Sounds like your pregnant! CONGRATS! I know the feeling, when I found out I was pregnant with my son (who is now 2) I just couldn't believe and never truly did until my doctor confirmed it, even though I had 5 positive home tests, it just seemed too good to be true!