Very confusing - I'm not pregnant - but I do feel very very pregnant.

Discussion in 'Am I Pregnant?' started by Sarah85e, Mar 18, 2016.

  1. Sarah85e

    Sarah85e Well-Known Member

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    I posted in January as I wasn't trying but I was 2 weeks late. I got a positive result. Followed by 4 or 5 negative tests. Then my cycle arrived. So game over and I wasn't pregnant. I thought I had either miscarried or had a faulty positive test (it was a digital test from superdrug)

    Then my next cycle arrived on time, exactly 28 days later, then next is due around today. So I know I'm not pregnant, if I was I'd be 13 weeks and I've been pregnant before and I know by 13 weeks I would know.

    I have however had some rather odd symptoms:
    Dry mouth/lips - I know this probably isn't a pregnancy symptom but I had it with my daughter.
    Travel Sickness - I feel sick and have been sick even on short journeys
    Complete tiredness -
    Stomach Ache/Sickness feeling after breakfast and in the evening.
    Headaches - which I never get but they are starting to go now

    So it sounds silly but I did another test this morning and obviously it was negative. I don't even want to be pregnant but something keeps making me think I am.

    Has anyone had that feeling before? When you feel pregnant but arnt. I Just don't know what is causing all these symptoms.
     
    #1 Sarah85e, Mar 18, 2016
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  2. Clover

    Clover Well-Known Member

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    Just read over in the pregnancy section that you are indeed pregnant congratulations :) :) so sorry nobody replied to your post my lovely

    xxxxxxx
     
  3. Sarah85e

    Sarah85e Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Hun! Super excited!!
     

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