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Trying for baby #5
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Posted 01 January 2013 - 09:14 AM
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Well we decided last month that we are going to TTC baby #5. Its been 5 years since my last child and I am so excited
Cutting the story short
I have a 21 day cycle. I am the one who ovulates early. Based on my dates i would have ovulated between the 20th-25th Dec. We b'dinged every day from my last cycle which ended on the 16th Dec.
On the 23rd - 26th Dec i had extreme pains in my right side and then radiating to the left.
In the past 5 days i have been waking up feeling warm and feeling like i have a temp i get feelings of tingles in the my (.)(.) feeling tired cant stop eating soooooo moody OMG its so bad lol cant sleep so bloated and really feel like my AF is coming woke up this morning with period pain in my back and a dull aches radiating from my right to left side as well.
How many DPO would i be now? in 5 years i have just forgotten lol
Does it sound possible for being pregnant and your body gearing up with all these symptoms?
Any feedback or experiences would be fantastic
Thanks guys and sorry for all the rambling lol
Posted 02 January 2013 - 09:38 AM
It sounds like you would have been ovulating around the days you had the pains and since you ovulated a week ago your AF would be due in a couple of days, I wouldnt be looking into those symptoms to much until you have a missed period. Good luck
Posted 02 January 2013 - 04:25 PM
imatrying- thanks for that, suspected that too, but this morning was weird, i woke up freezring cold so weird. still have pains in my sides, my AF cramps were intense and had a stabby feeling in my uterus yesterday.
Am still so tired, and not so hungry today, had to make myself eat
I would be due for AF on the 6th Jan, did a test this arvo with a First response, just now and negative, im assuming its still too early or maybe not
what do you think ladies??
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