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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2009

    What Were Your Earliest Signs of Pregnancy?

    Ive heard so many different answers! I am anxiously waiting to test and curious as to what everybodys first telltale pregnancy sign was, before their missed period? Right now I am experiencing these things...

    Severe nausea
    Trouble sleeping
    Metallic taste in mouth
    Excessive saliva
    Aversions to smells and foods

    What about you?

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    North Carolina
    My periods were really infrequent, so it being 6 weeks since my last period was not something I even noticed. I first started having nausea/vomiting, but with chronic migraines, I assumed I was getting one of those. It wasn't until a couple days later when I was still nauseous and the migraine hadn't come on that I started to get suspicious. My breasts were also really sore, but that was typical leading up to a period for me, so I figured I was getting one, albeit early for me. I did experience severe fatigue, but it didn't really pass the level of slightly more tired than usual until after I'd confirmed the pregnancy.

    The fact that I was only getting my period every 2-3 months was related to a fertility issue and I had reasonable explanations for my symptoms that seemed a lot more likely than a pregnancy. I'm really kind of surprised it occurred to me to take a test as soon as it did. Even then, the home test was a faint enough positive that I wasn't really sure until I had it professionally confirmed.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Aversion to cigarettes & a heightened sense of smell in general.

    That was the only stuff that changed before I even knew I was pregnant.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Los Angeles
    Unbelievable, inexplicable fatigue.

    I finished a brutal 40+ hour call shift in the ICU (crazy night, included opening someone's chest in the CT scanner to massage the heart!). Normally I would sleep 5-6 hours, get up and have an evening, then go to bed at a reasonable time to be ready for work the next AM.

    Instead I slept 16 hours and woke up nauseated. Both extremely, extremely unusual. Took a test that AM-- positive.

    I then developed this unbelievable sense of smell. I was like a bloodhound. And the smells weren't revolting, just stronger. I remember one time walking by the nurses' station at least 30 feet away from the isolation room one of my patients was in. I sniffed and said "that patient has a wound infection!" He was covered in bandages. His nurse assured me that he was fine. I requested her to remove the dressings-- voila-- wound infection!

    I kindof missed that superpower; it only lasted a few weeks.
    Blade, MD

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    XX: Cassia Viviane Noor

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  5. #9
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Grand Rapids, MI
    Mind numbing fatigue and aversion to various smells like popcorn or meat. Horrible nausea then followed.

    Mostly the fatigue, I'd never been so utterly tired in my life.

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