Answered by michelle2879 - Mar. 19, 2012 11:54am
Thanks ladies!! I keep something is wrong with me for not feeling anything or any kind of symptoms :)
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Answered by a member - Mar. 19, 2012 11:25am
That's why I doubted my BFP (and went and took a TON of tests to confirm), based on everything you see on here you'd think you HAVE to have symptoms. I think a lot of it is wishful thinking and overanalyzing everything (not everyone having "symptoms" will get that BFP...you have to keep that in mind). That month, I didn't have any symptoms but I tested at 12 dpo, BFN. I figured I was out, but then AF was late and I got my BFP at 14 dpo. It's hard to wait, but I learned once I got pregnant....the waiting isn't over. The wait to get through the 1st trimester was even more stressful (and it's much longer than 2 weeks) just think of this time as practice;-) Good luck:-) I hope this is your month!
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Answered by michelle2879 - Mar. 19, 2012 10:20am
That is what I thought. There was no way to have true pregnancy symptoms unless implantation occurred even with that it should be a few more days but everywhere on here there are ladies with loads of symptoms. So I started to doubt myself and thinking that I should FEEL something even the rational part of my brain knows better :( I hate wondering and waiting...man this really truly sucks!!
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Answered by a member - Mar. 19, 2012 10:13am
5 dpo is too early to be concerned anyway. It takes 6-12 dpo to implant and you won't experience symptoms until that happens.
I always thought you HAD to have symptoms to get a BFP. The month I conceived I was certain that I was out due to a complete LACK of symptoms. Now I'm in my second trimester (and I still don't have a lot of symptoms). So, don't worry too much! Lots of ladies don't experience symptoms until much further along:-) Good luck!
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