I woke up Saturday with some mild pressure in the lower center of my abdomen. I know I felt that feeling shortly after I got a positive HPT when I got pregnant with Gavin but I know I did not feel it this early.
Sunday the pressure got more persistent, like I've done a hundred sit ups (It's been a LONG time since I've done that many sit ups but I vaguely remember the sensation ;). The day culminated with some horrible unmistakable round ligament pain.
I thought I recall my ovidrel making my ta-tas sore, but I haven't experienced it this go around until this morning. I could barely put a bra on. If we were close to the time where the bosses are considering bonuses, I would have considered going without.
To round out my growing, wishing and hoping symptom list, I started some light pink spotting about two hours ago.
I shared my symptoms a few minutes ago with the nurse at my progesterone check-up. I'm mostly concerned about the pressure in my abdomen and the fact that it isn't occurring near my ovaries rather all about two inches below my belly button. She said it could be a number of things:
- I am indeed pregnant and my uterus is expanding already
- My ovaries have a large cyst on both, a clear sign that I did indeed release at least two eggs, which has caused all the pressure.
- The meds have caused me to start my period earlier than normal and what I am experiencing is not implantation bleeding.
Thanks to the availability of some seriously cheap HPT's, I think I am going to start testing on Friday (10dpiui). Wait, who am I kidding....I will probably start testing by tomorrow morning because the anticipation is killing me. Plus I think I read somewhere that some people get positive HPT's two days after they see implantation bleeding.
In other news, I taught my son to give me a kiss on the cheek a few weeks ago. But now he will jump into my arms and give me a quick peck on the lips. It so sweet, it just makes my heart melt. However, as adorable as it is, it is going to get us in trouble. My son has now started to kiss the girls at daycare. Yikes!!