Early Sign of Pregnancy Breast tenderness 3 days DPO
I was amazed how sore my breast were yesterday @ 3 days DPO but today even more so @ 4 DPO.. Mine usually hurt about 6-7 days before but never 11 days before I get Aunt Flow.
I do have blues veins on breast they are always there since I had misscarriage last August but appear darker earlier than usual. They usually don't get darker till 3-4 days before AF. What are your thoughts???? Has anyone ever had this happen this early....?
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I am also 3dpo and I too have had more than usual sore bbs and even nausea. I've been here before. It's all in my head. There's no way we can have symptoms this early. There hasn't even been implantation yet. I doubt we even have the preg hormone yet either. So, sorry, don't mean to be a downer but I really do think it's in our heads no matter how convincing it tries to be!
Keep me posted on your symptoms and whether you get a BFP -- we're in this long wait together! When will you test? I'm thinking I won't until Oct 28. Good luck!
Very cool website info-Ask Dr. Amy- My name is Amy and I wish I was a doctor:). Very informative. As for the poster- go find something else to do to get your mind off of this stuff, it will drive you crazy!! Try scrapbooking, or another hobby:). Good Luck, I'll send all of you ttc some prayers!!
The earliest symptoms I had were around 7 or 8 days, but I didn't realize it...
I was having gas really bad, but not the stinky kind, just a lot of air! LOL (I know, TMI!) It was just weird.
I also started getting lightheaded and dizzy, and had a cramping/twinging in my lower abdoment. I thought the crampiness was because AF was going to come the following week, but it turned out to be a BFP instead!
Boobs started getting bigger within the following week, but they didn't actually start getting sore until almost 8 weeks. Had some tenderness before then, but not really soreness until that point. Just goes to show that we're all differnt!
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