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    Hi ladies
    I am new to this forum and am hoping to learn a lot.
    I have a question though. I have been reading the signs and symptoms of pregnancy. I have been feeling different and got soem spotting on Friday (thought AF would come but still hasnt yet) felt extremely tired today and have had quite a few pains, cramping and wind Not saying that I am pregnant as I dont want to get my hopes up...but I dont have sore breasts.
    So...could I be pregnant and not have sore breasts? Or do pretty much most women have sore breasts when they are pregnant?
    Thanks


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    Not everyone has sore breasts, actually not everyone even gets any symptoms at all. When is AF due? The spotting you had could have been implantation bleeding. Good Luck.

    PS- Welcome to BB!

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    I should be due tomorrow.
    Thanks for that. I was thinking that the spotting could be implantation too.
    Fingers crossed

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    Have you tested yet? I think I started testing 2 days after o! With this recession coming on, gotta keep people in business!

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    Hey, welcome to BB!! I personally didn't experience the 'sore boobs' phenomenon with either of my pregnancies. When I fell pregnant with DD, I didn't realise I was pregnant at all until I had a urine test done at the hospital for a completely unrelated thing, because I continued to have my period and had no other symptoms whatsoever! This time around, I knew I was pregnant because I got that funny taste in my mouth (that 'metallic' taste, and I don't know about other women but when I'm pregnant meat tends to smell and taste a bit rancid to me, I live on McDonald's because I can't stomach perfectly good steak anymore!), but yeah, as for most of the other 'typical' symptoms, I personally didn't experience many, if any.

    So, you could well be pregnant, as ubba82 said, the spotting could have been implantation bleeding, or, as in my case, your body being a bit confused over a first pregnancy and not realising what it's meant to do!! Definitely get yourself a test when you're due and good luck!! Keep us updated, I'm sending good vibes your way so I hope you get the result you're after!

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    Default I took a test

    I bought a test today and just took it when my husband got home from work
    We came to the conclusion that....its positive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I have made an appointment to see a doctor on Wednesday just to make sure that I am.

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    Congrats nic! Hope you have a H&H pregnancy.

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    Yay! Congratulations!!!!

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    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

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    Heeyyy, congratulations!! That is awesome news!
    Best of luck, I really wish you a super-happy, healthy, comfortable pregnancy


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    Congrats! you are an inspiration to those ladies who feel that they are out of the game just b/c they don't have PG symptoms! I hope you have a wonderful 9 months!!

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