how could you tell that you were pregnant?

Hannah - posted on 05/05/2012 ( 2 moms have responded )




i read stuff online about symptoms and blah blah blah, but it just makes my mind go in circles and i get confused... i have had most the symptoms, but since they are like menstral symptoms its hard to tell... and has anyone bled for 9 days but very light? my hubby thinks there may be something wrong... please help


View replies by

Sarah - posted on 05/06/2012




With my first we were days away from starting infertility treatments after I was diagnosed with a certain condition and a year of no success. We planned a babymoon to Vegas in Early December that year. I had been monitoring my temp and had a spike on Christmas day. I was so excited because we thought I was ovulating (for the first time in months), but bummed because we were at my parents house with my whole family there so we didn't do anything. A week later (new years day) I felt "different." Not sick, not really sore boobs or anything. But I figured I should test before we started our treatments (on the 4th). It was a huge shock when it was positive. Our babymoon worked (the conception date was during our trip we were told this at our dating u/s).

With my daughter, My son had stopped nursing suddenly a couple weeks before (he was 14 months). My twin sister had confided in me she was expecting and it got the wheels turning in my head that that might be why my son stopped nursing. It was!

Kimberly - posted on 05/05/2012




With my daughter I knew straight away I was pregnant even though the test didnt show yet. I had the sorest breasts, even putting a bra on hurt and I was very very tired, could sleep 12 hours straight easy which is very odd for me. I was also sick all day long but I knew by then that I was pregnant. I was never a heavy menstral cycle so for me to have a light one for three days was sometimes it. If you are worried though see your gp, it is possible to still bleed a little while pregnant, I had a girlfriends who bleed all four of her pregnancies

Join Circle of Moms

Sign up for Circle of Moms and be a part of this community! Membership is just one click away.

Join Circle of Moms