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When I had my first child, I was not trying to get pregnant so I didn't pay attention to early signs and symptoms.  This time we are TTC and so I am hyper sensitive to everything my body is doing.  How early would be reasonable to notice symptoms?

Yesterday I felt horrible and today I am supper stuffy (one of my most irritating previous pregnancy symptoms).  I hate trying to figure out whether I am getting a cold or pregnant.
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1280088 tn?1432049934
take hpt, blood test will be more accurate to know.
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Are you trying on your own or  with fertility drugs?
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I am only 4 DPO so I am guessing that it is too early to get a result on a hpt.

I am not on fertility drugs.
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i wouldn't bother testing until 10 dpo, but many women don't get a BFP until 14+ dpo
and there are no symptoms that are indicative of pregnancy.  some women have all kinds of symptoms and are not, some have none at all and are pregnant.
so try to relax until it's time to start testing
good luck
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