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#1 happymonkey

Posted 05 August 2008 - 02:15 PM

July was my first TTC month.  This TTC have taught me a lot, considering I didn’t pay attention in the biology classes.

I’m currently in the 2 weeks waiting period (approximately 8 dpo).   I’ve never experience this kind of anxiety before;  14 days is a long time to wait!  I’ve already tested on 2 sticks (one on 6dpo and the other 7dpo).  I’ve been told it might be too early to tell (I’ve been burping since dpo 1……)  

Is anyone going through the same thing?  I’d love to chat to other ladies …..It will take my mind off abit.

#2 Janette1969

Posted 05 August 2008 - 02:26 PM

I totally hear you noworriesbehappy!
I'm 9dpo and time is going SOOOOOOOOOOO slowly!!  You are testing way too early.  I know (from experience!) that it is wayyyyyyyyyy too early to start testing.  Best to wait until at least 12dpo.  Basically it takes till around 5-8 dpo for implantation and then your levels start to rise from there, so you really need to give it time.
Don't worry, I know how easy it is to just grab one of those tests and pee away!! Fingers crossed for all of us!

#3 jorgo

Posted 05 August 2008 - 03:10 PM

seeming you cant 'be pregnant' till the egg implants which isnt for a minimum of 4 days after ovulation the burping at 1dpo is what's refered to here as IPS ( imaginary pregnancy symptoms)
dont worry i have them too! wink.gif  laugh.gif
i think everybody gets them to a degree- ( hey i'm 5dpo and been struggling not to sick.gif  all over  the clients this morning - must admit this is the first month i've every actually been throwing up tho lol)

basically there is no point testing with anything till 10dpo minimum ( there is no recorded + on a stick before i think 9dpo anyway) as there wont be enough to register even if you DO end up pregnant

make your way over to the ttc buddy group section and jump in somewhere it tends to help a bit

and really truely- no point stressing its not gonna make it go faster or better- i understand a bit of frustration at having to wait and excitement/aprehension but stressing dont help nuffin grin.gif

i'll do what NUT does and suggest a reading of all the pinned topics at the top of this board that deal with when to test and when to do other things
here
and here

good luck wink.gif  biggrin.gif

#4 Coco Pops

Posted 05 August 2008 - 03:45 PM

I've never heard of burping being a pg symptom, unsure.gif but you never know.

Good Luck TTC. original.gif

#5 Daisy Goat

Posted 05 August 2008 - 03:56 PM

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I've never heard of burping being a pg symptom, unsure.gif but you never know


Oh Yes! Out of all the years I was TTC and doing AC I was only ever pg twice and this was a major "symptom" from about day 5!

Whilst you are not PG until the emby implants you dont have the lowering eostrogen and progesterone levels that would be happening if you were not going to be pg at all.

PS_ I got twins! LOL

#6 earthschildren

Posted 06 August 2008 - 01:25 PM

*burp*

Pardon me...... laughing2.gif Could I be pg???

goodluck on the TTC journey  original.gif

#7 Drop Dead Fred

Posted 06 August 2008 - 02:19 PM

noworriesbehappy - considering you've been TTC for one month i really wouldn't get too anxious just yet.

In the nicest way i hope your journey in this section is short  grin.gif

earthschildren -  laughing2.gif

#8 happymonkey

Posted 07 August 2008 - 03:35 PM

Thanks guys. LOL, I guess burping is not one of the sign. I've joined 2WW support group / post to stay sane during this week.  cool.gif   Pre-seed arrived today ...brought it over the internet only last night. I'm just preparing for the next cycle!

cheers.

#9 Coco Pops

Posted 08 August 2008 - 02:43 PM

How's everything going OP?

Have you tested yet?

#10 jules095

Posted 08 August 2008 - 03:33 PM

laughing2.gif Burping.

My DH must be pregnant then. grin.gif

#11 Daisy Goat

Posted 08 August 2008 - 03:51 PM

I find it intersting that those of you who haven't been pregnant are such oracles on pg symptoms. huh.gif  Inconceivable that you would know really!

I did have extreme burping for about the first 6 weeks of my pregnancy and when I asked the FS and the OB I was told it was a symptom from the high hormone levels. As is indigestion etc etc

QUOTE
It€™s one of those unpleasant symptoms of pregnancy €“ wind €“ and let€™s be blunt here, we€™re talking burping, farting and bloating.

It can be embarrassing and uncomfortable when you€™re experiencing more gas production than normal and it€™s all due to the increase of the hormone, progesterone, which begins in early pregnancy. Progesterone (as well as relaxin) relaxes the smooth muscle tissue throughout your body. Unfortunately not even your digestive tract is left unscathed! This slows down food digestion which results in more gas being created in the large intestine, as a result of food that is not fully digested by enzymes.


http://pregnancy.about.com/od/amipregnant/...ngepgsympto.htm

http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/natura...hildbirth/62004

Well Golly gee will you look at that!


Oh and Jules your DH probably needs a better diet thats all

Edited by Daisy Goat, 08 August 2008 - 04:21 PM.


#12 happymonkey

Posted 08 August 2008 - 04:46 PM

Thanks Daisy Goat.  I'm glad someone know this sign!  

My mum and my colleague both had this problem.  In fact, my colleague was so shy about it all.  She had to run into toilet every now and again.  I've also read that some ladies might experience bloated tummy in their early days.

Haha, I'm still burping but I don't know if that's the reason...maybe I'm just feeling bloated lately..   Have a good weekend!

#13 natcul

Posted 08 August 2008 - 04:48 PM

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I find it intersting that those of you who haven't been pregnant are such oracles on pg symptoms

laughing2.gif   laughing2.gif  

OP i cant say I have heard that burping is a pg related symptom.  I'll speak on behalf of my own experience.... I only burped towards the end of my pg and that was because I had painful heartburn

Goodluck!

#14 JBM2B

Posted 08 August 2008 - 05:17 PM

To OP, to be honest there is a large bag of "symptoms" that people can and do get when first preg. It the "odd" ones that people LOL at, in this case "Burping" is odd, but some people get cravings for chalk and crayons, others want food they don't even like. Some people get acne outbreaks. Just list it as a possible "could be sign" and hopefully in a few weeks/days time you will know if that is your little code word for Hapu (pregnancy). Good Luck!

#15 Daisy Goat

Posted 08 August 2008 - 06:49 PM

CC- since you had not replied how can my comment be referring to you?

And if you had  replied then obviously the comment would not be in reference to you then would it

It was the smart one liner comments by those  that the whole of EB knows has not yet been able to "suffer" these symptoms that was unnecessary and should once again back away to the "safe haven" that has been created.

Tit for Tat and all that - one cant ask for understanding when they are prepared to venture into a thread where they are blatantly unable to answer without being rude, even if they add a smiley!

#16 epa

Posted 08 August 2008 - 06:58 PM

Who is "they"?

I only saw one tongue in cheek reply from Jules.   I didn't see anything that required nasty comments like that to be made.

OP good luck.  I think TTC makes you hope that every single thing that we notice is a sign.  It is part of the TTC madness.

#17 CamelToe

Posted 08 August 2008 - 07:05 PM

I had more farting that usual when I was pg.  Much to DH's disgust  sick.gif  laughing2.gif

DG you're an idiot.  tongue.gif

#18 *~butterfly~*

Posted 08 August 2008 - 07:06 PM

I had bad burping as well and it had nothing to do with bad diet.

Hope you all get your BFP soon original.gif

#19 happymonkey

Posted 08 August 2008 - 07:44 PM

Hey girls

Please don't let my post cause tension between you all.  I guess it's still early days.

Hey, we are all going through the same thing.  take it easy

By the way, anyone ever take a test and they can see a fainted pink line along with the dark control line?

#20 *~butterfly~*

Posted 08 August 2008 - 07:51 PM

noworriesbehappy,  Yes I only ever got faint lines but that is because of medication that I am on.

I think you should test again in a few days time after AF is due.  If you still get the same result you should see your GP for a blood test to confirm your BFP.

hands.gif that it is a BFP for you  original.gif

#21 CamelToe

Posted 08 August 2008 - 07:59 PM

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By the way, anyone ever take a test and they can see a fainted pink line along with the dark control line?
Sounds like it could be a bpf  cool.gif   Did you test with FMU (first morning urine) OP?

#22 epa

Posted 08 August 2008 - 08:00 PM

And what type of test was it? Eg First Response etc.

Got a pic?

#23 jules095

Posted 08 August 2008 - 08:14 PM

QUOTE
I find it intersting that those of you who haven't been pregnant are such oracles on pg symptoms. huh.gifInconceivable that you would know really!
Unlike you who are the expert at everything.

QUOTE
Oh and Jules your DH probably needs a better diet thats all
Have you now become a dietician to. blink.gif


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It was the smart one liner comments by those that the whole of EB knows has not yet been able to "suffer" these symptoms that was unnecessary and should once again back away to the "safe haven" that has been created.
cclap.gif

DaisyGoat, you know F*UCK all about me.

Why don't you pi$$ off & start suing someone for defamation of character. yyawn.gif




Congrats OP. I see you got your BFP.  original.gif

#24 Daisy Goat

Posted 08 August 2008 - 08:51 PM

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Unlike you who are the expert at everything.
Not at all. I just dont see the need to post in a thread I know nothing at all about. Whereas I was able to answer from personal experience the OP's question. Were you? No. So what was your point and reason for posting at all?

To ridicule another new member and have them leave the Forum ?


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Have you now become a dietician to.
LOL See thats the funny part Jules. You don't know all about me. You definitely don't know what I did at Uni but I can categorically say I am far more qualified to comment on diet than you.

QUOTE
DaisyGoat, you know F*UCK all about me.
Jules I know too much about you so do heaps of other people- you bemoan your life so often to so many

Edited by Daisy Goat, 08 August 2008 - 08:53 PM.


#25 JBM2B

Posted 08 August 2008 - 08:53 PM

sooooooooo... unsure.gif

can we return to the "topic" now?

Edited by childrestraints, 08 August 2008 - 08:53 PM.



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