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post #11 of 16 Old 05-21-2014, 02:25 PM
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Feeling ravenous one minute and feeling nauseous the next. I also felt light headed if I missed a meal or was late having a meal
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Puking was the first sign that told me I was pregnant....and I puked for three straight months after that.

I couldn't even look at food commercials on tv without heaving in the toilet. I can't say I didn't enjoy my pregnancy but I sure didn't like it either.
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Honestly the month I was pregnant was the one time I thought I wasn't. Looking back the only sign was EXTREMELY weird and vivid dreams. That continued throughout my pregnancy. Aside from that I felt normal.
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So are you??? :). Pee on the stick!!!

I was around two weeks along when we went camping/trail riding. Usually after a long day riding I love a good cold beer... But that weekend it was the last thing I wanted. I was also tired and didn't feel like riding. All I wanted to do was sit on the porch of our cabin in the shade. Sooo not like me.
So when we got home and got everything settled I sent DH to the drug store. Sure nuf I was preggers!
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post #15 of 16 Old 05-23-2014, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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I was planning on peeing on the stick this morning, but didn't have to. Aunt flo was just taking her precious time. Which is a good thing, since I have been considering a tubal ligation. Pregnancy would have significantly changed DH and my plans, but we accept our plans are not always THE plans.
Anyway, thanks for sharing all your experiences. Pregnancy has always fascinated me and I am a bit sad I may never get to experience it first hand.
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post #16 of 16 Old 06-02-2014, 04:57 PM
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A good friend of mine knew she was pregnant about four days into it! She always fainted on the fourth day, never fainted any other time during, before or after!

She had five children and it was the same every pregnancy.
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