Okay, I have to ask. It's really too early to test, but there are some really strange and sometimes annoying things going on. I was curious to see what you all thought. I have a known Acid reflux problem, but haven't had any problems with it in about 6 months now. The last two days, I've had mild heart burn. Not like with the acid reflux, which actually causes me extreme pain directly in the middle of my stomach.
In the past, I've also had what I can only compare to restless leg syndrome where it feels like your legs are asleep and no matter what you do, that tingly sensation won't go away. I use to get that all the time, but I can't think of anytime I've had that in almost 2 years. Until the last couple of nights. It drives me nuts because I can't sleep or I wake up with it and can't get it to go away! The last thing is that coffee just suddenly seems to make me feel icky. normally, I drink a pot of coffee a day, but I've not even been drinking more than 2 or 3 cups a day for the last two/three days.
I don't want to get my hopes up, but I'm beginning to wonder about this stuff suddenly creeping back up. I'm not even due for AF until March 6th. So wouldn't it be a little too early for symptoms?
I think everyone gets different symptoms at different times. There really isn't a normal time for many symptoms to appear. I did get sicker with this baby and a lot sooner. I was sick by the time I was 3 weeks preg. With my son I got sick at 2 months preg. I have restless leg syndrom. I don't really feel that my leg is asleep but that it is jumpy(that's the best word I can think of) and it doesn't matter if I'm preg. or not the symptoms are no worse or better. I also have acid reflux and really I never had a problem b/c I'm on a prescription I take every day. It sounds like you could be..but you have some time so I guess all you can really do is sit back and relax. Sometimes people want to be preg. so badly that they have symptoms. I think people who wory that they are(and may not want to be) can also have symptoms. I guess the best thing to do is relax.(I know it would be easier to hold a star than to stay relaxed at a time like this!! LOL!!)
Smile, life doesn't last that long.
I'm much more relaxed this time around, I think. The last few months I was pacing the floors by this time. I'm not as obsessive about everything. (At least not yet) I think that's because my husband is good at keeping me balanced. I think it might be possible that I just had a flu bug, too. Seems to be going around here and only lasts a couple of days. I'm feeling better today with the exception of mild heart burn. The tingling in my legs hasn't bothered me at all last night or today. I don't think I can stand that. It use to get so bad that I'd cry just from being annoyed and frustrated that it wouldn't go away. So, I'm thankful for it to be gone. I just thought it was strange how it happened all of the sudden when I hadn't had problems for so long. Oh, and I'm not on medication for Acid Reflux now either. The stuff my doc put me on when he first diagnosed it didn't help and I just quit taking it. Ah well.
Thanks for the response. And like you said, only time will tell. <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/smile.gif">