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Old 05-24-05, 02:12 PM
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Hi everyone,
I first posted this on Trying to Conceive after having children but I'd like to post here as well if its all right with all of you.
Its been a long time since I lasted posted(like a year). My DH has been waffling back and forth on the second child issue, and he's once again said yes, so here I am. I'll give a little background since most of you probably don't know me.
I have one dd who is almost 4. It took me 18 months to get pg with her. I found out 2 years ago that I had a uterus filled with huge uterine polyps which my new doctor said was probably why it took so long. I had a chemical pregnancy last June, and haven't been trying since do to weddings/business trips, etc. I am currently 15 DPO, and have been experiencing a range of symptoms that seem more pronouced then usual. I'm scared to test though. I'm a test junkie. Plus my luteal phase is usually 17 days so AF wouldn't be here yet anyway. I tested + with my dd on 15 DPO, so of course I'm getting antsy. I have a question though. I have recently gained about 6 pounds and of course a lot of that seems to have gravitated around my waist and in my breasts, but has anyone ever experienced sore bbs when gaining weight? I never get sore bbs. They are usually the most insensitive part of my body. I look forward to getting to know all of you.

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Old 05-24-05, 02:17 PM
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Sore bbs don't usually happen with weight gain. They can be a sign of pregnancy (Yay!) or PMS (Boo!, but you would usually have this most months). Sometimes, just feeling different is a good sign.
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