Just wondering how many of you had an acne breakout before your BFP? I'm 10dpo. I usually break out around my time of ovulation (which I did) and I have a mild breakout a couple days before AF. AF is 5 days away and I started with a pretty moderate breakout last night/today. S.u.c.k.s!!!!
Honestly, I had the opposite happen to me. I ALWAYS break out right before AF and this month I didn't. I didn't even realize I didn't have my normal AF breakout until after I got my BFP. I'm sure it can go either way though and I doubt that it's a major pregnancy symptom.
that was my first and only clue that i was pregnant....i never get acne and all of a sudden i had a HUGE breakout with zits all over my face! they just now started to calm down at 23 weeks....thank god lol,,,,,good luck! hope it means bfp for you!
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