Getting Pregnant

The first trimester of pregnancy is a time filled with excitement and celebration. But it can also be a period of difficult changes, both physical and emotional. From morning sickness to mood swings, the first trimester is unlike any other, and we at Pregnancy Stories want to hear about it! Keep us informed about your first pregnancy experiences, especially those pregnancy symptoms, fetal development, and, of course, your baby's first ultrasound! We can't wait to hear from you!


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holding my breath


I have been married for 3 months and trying for the 3 months, we know its only early days but are just bursting to become parents together. I have PCOS and at present weíre checking my husbands sperm count just to rule that out too.

My husband has an 8yo boy, so I now have a stepson, but we are also hoping for 2 more children.

This time we used the "maybe baby" and I think it just may have worked...if not Iím going to start being called the girl who cried pregnant!! Hehe

So its about a week after the hopeful conception and Iíve been moody, HOT, a sore tummy around there, and the last day Iíve had incredibly sore nipples and feeling nauseous...so... were holding our breath for the next week to do yet another test!!

chelc






Wating for the best blessing

This is the continuation of my first story. Today (6/27) I was due for aunt flow. I thought it was coming this morning but it was only a little bit of light pinkish flow that lasted only for about an hour.

I am going to give it another day. Maybe my timing is off. I don't want to get too excited and then get disappointed.

Dom






Waiting for the best blessing

I have been trying to get pregnant for about 6 months now. I have just really been keeping track for the last 2 months. I have a regular menstrual cycle (without the heavy cramping that I have, in which I refuse to take anything for, except Tylenol or Motrin) and my doc says that I am 100% o.k. There are no complications.

I have charted this month when I am most fertile and that was June 12th-15th. I've had intercourses off and on, on and around these dates. A week after I had heartburn. On June 21st I felt nausea and a temp of 99.6. My normal temp is 98.9, it's never more than that. On June 22nd the nausea was the same and my temp was at 99.4. Also, I have been feeling very tired lately. But I think it's because of the abnormal temp and nausea.

On June 23- present I've had light cramping. My period is due on June 27th. I normally have light cramping 2 days before my period and the day before it becomes heavy cramping with light bleeding (sorry for the details). Since this is what it's like for me every month it feels like I am coming on 2 days early.

However, I have not had any signs of light bleeding yet. I'm anxious to find out if I will get my period or not. My fiancťe is waiting to have his second child. I have not spoken to him about the way I feel, because I would like to know for sure, so it can be a surprise.

Dom






Total Denial

I was in TOTAL denial that I was pregnant!

My daughter is now 2 1/2 and she is the greatest thing that has ever happened to me, but at the time I found out I was pregnant, I was only 2 months into beauty school and still had about 12 more to go! Everyone in my class insisted I was pregnant since my moods were horrible, I threw my mannequin at the wall when I couldnít get a perm rod to stay in place...

Then, one day on the way home from school, I was sitting in traffic and realized I was going to throw up, so, as soon as the light turned green, I gunned it, and pulled over into the gas station, and RAN full speed to the bathroom! Got back in the car and my friend I was carpooling with was like, "Yeah, you are DEFINITELY pregnant".

8 negative tests later, I finally got a positive on Mothers Day morning, and was 7 weeks along!

Laura






no luck

I have been with my husband for a total of eight years, married for two. We are both young and healthy. After we got married we decided to try for a baby together, he has a daughter from another woman. Well, here it is two years later and still I am not pregnant.

I have had a surgery to remove endometriosis and they injected dye into my tubes to make sure there was no blockage. My husband also went and made sure that his "boys" were on the up and up and there is no problem.

Month after month getting myself all excited, could this be the month, have I had this symptom before, I feel I could be pregnant, I'm 10 days late, and nothing. I'm definitely at the giving up point. I'm tired of hearing it's ok it will happen when it's supposed to happen.

Anyway, so for those of you who are complaining about it's been a whole 2-5 months and nothing, just think of those who have been trying for years or the one's who will never be lucky enough to have their own biological child.

Laura







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