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    Question Hi there I am new to pregnancy.org but not to TTC....

    Hello I am Angie (31), dh and I have 4 children (girls) our youngest just turned 2 yesterday. Anyhow I posted in do you see a line, long story short had to be a faulty wondo fo. So this morning I re tested well not a hint of a BFP in sight. my question is how many of you before getting your BFP had frequent urination, I mean peeing like a mad lady! I have been running to the restroom for the past 4 days I counted today so far 16 times I have pee'd from 7:45 am to present!! No I don't have a UTI or a kidney infection which I have never had (the kidney infection). Heck can't even remember the last time I had even had a UTI. Anyhow just wondering who recalls going frequently shortly before their BFP. Thanks ladies I look foward to meeting you all.

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    I don't have an answer to your question unfortunately, being as I have never been pregnant, but I just wanted to stop by and say welcome to the boards and I hope you get your BFP real soon!
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    Welcome! I've only been pg once and I think my first symptom (after a very faint positive) was nipples that felt like they were on fire. Didn't take long for frequent urination to show up though. Hope it's a prelude to a BFP for you!

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    I have only been pregnant once as well and wasn't even looking for it so I don't remember to many of my early symptoms but I do remember peeing in the middle of the night.....I NEVER got up to pee in the middle of the night until I got pregnant...Now I pee all the time...I guess that would not be a good early predictor for pregnancy for me this time LOL...

    Good luck to you I hope you get your BFP soon!!
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    Thanks ladies. I am sure some BTDT moms will chime in as well. All I can ever remember about my pregnancies is always being on Bed rest by my 4th month, and the great pain of laboring! This is not normal to pee so much unless its early pregnancy. At least this isn't a its in my head symptom lol, just keeping my FX.

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    I didn't hit the "pee stage" with DS till 6.5 weeks.

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    I just called my Ob's office and at 1 today go for a blood test... I am still having to go potty at least 2-3 times per hour, very unusual for me. I told the nurse I also wanted to be sure that I do not have a UTI. The nurse doubts that I do because there is no pain associated with going. I have tested and tested and see nothing but BFN! I also have an appointment to check for a UTI but not until Friday.

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    Hope you have an answer for your frequent urination soon! KUP!

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