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LOL! Many of the boards have stickeys at the top of the subforums that give exactly what you're describing... I respect a newer person may miss it but it is RIGHT there.. I guess I'm trying to say, I understand why you feel that way because at times, I do too.
I didn't have the internet, when I got pregnant with my kids. We didn't have the internet, until Sarah was 8 and Emily was 5. I had to figure it out on my own, or talk to friends! (or, you know, take a test! LOL!)
~*Mom to Sarah, 22 and Emily, 20*~
I can understand -- to a point. I think when it's the very first time you think you're pregnant you want to ask other people if they have/had the same symptoms. I do agree that the only sure way to know is the
Perhaps when they ask, they are experiencing symptoms before a test would accurately come back positive. I agree that JM is about supporting each other and as a lot of people always say, if the post annoys you, just don't read it, and people that don't mind offering that support or sharing their past symptoms will happily do it. Sometimes perhaps it's just wishful thinking, but once again, it's all about the emotional support and really wanting/or not wanting a particular result and being scared to test perhaps..