Believe it or not sneezing was the first sign in two of my pregnancys! Who would have thought!
Extremely tender breasts. The night before I got my positive, I couldn't even lay on my stomach, they hurt so bad. I spent the whole next day at work texting my husband going, "I know I'm pregnant. I just know it." So when I got home I took a test and yep... showed up right away!
Being crazy in the car. Like, sobbing and yelling at other drivers crazy. Also my neck was really itchy. Weird, I know. I also was having dizzy spells at work. Sorry, I can't really remember which came first. But a few days after those my boobs got bigger and I started having cramping like I was going to get my period. Then I had a bit of bleeding, thought it was my period, and came downstairs sobbing at my husband like "I really thought I was pregnant this time!" Turns out I was! The bleeding was only that once, then I got my positive a few days later.
I was sneezing alot too LOL and I was EXTREMELY fatigued. Also I felt like a bottomless pit when it came to eating.
Chills where the first thing I noticed with all three of my pregnancies first then shortly after ms!!!
Diarrhea, Nausea, sore boobs, cramping and heartburn...
With this pregnancy... not getting my period :P With my last two, the first sign was just complete intuition, I just knew I was pregnant. With those I also started getting PMS-like symptoms close to when my period was due. But this time was so weird and different, I felt nothing unusual until a couple weeks after I got a positive test when I started getting tired more easily and nursing became painful.
With both of mine, It was the overwhelming tired feeling. I felt like my bones were even tired.
With my first one it was severe morning sickness. Second one....just "thought" I was so I took a test. Now this one....it was sore boobs, irritability and lack of appetite.
stuffy nose and headaches
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