Well am now at 8dpo, I took a pg test this morning using fmu and of course it was negative. I know its still way to early but I could not help myself. Today however I just feel so tired, headache and an occasional shooting sensation in my left side. I don't know if this could be an early sign of pregnancy or my mind playing cruel tricks on me. I have been through so much these last few months with the m\c that I don't know what to believe anymore. So I don't want to keep giving myself false hope month after month. Tbh its getting that way I give up trying all together. Good things are not meant to happen to people like me,even though I haven't done a thing to any one. I might test again on 10dpo,but then again it could be still to early to detect I just hope I don't have to wait much long to get my bfp. Every day is a long dreaded wait, all I want is to be happy and hold my baby in my arms. I doubt it will ever happen,life is just to cruel
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