Hello ladies! This is my first month of TTC! I am very unsure whether I am having symptoms or if they are all in my head. I went off birth control 9 months ago and have had irregular length cycles, only rarely feeling mid-cycle pain (most likely ovulation?). I was on BC for 10 years and before then never had a period. So even though I'm almost 30, I don't really know what premenstrual symptoms feel like and I certainly don't know what early preg symptoms feel like. Since my cycle length has been irregular, I used OPK this month and so I think I am 15 DPO (AF is due in 2 days). I was BFN on 10DPO. I've had twinges and cramping from 7-12 DPO, feeling "leaky", heartburn, very hungry. When do you think I should test? Thanks in advance for your replies!!
thanks for replying! I really want to take your advice and wait til 18DPO, but last night I just couldn't sleep at all. My head is so full of wondering whether I'm pregnant or not, I feel like I have to take a test today. If it's BFN, I'll take another in a few days.
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