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Excitement getting the best of me....?!?

My husband and I have been married just over a year now. I finally quit birth control (after two years of taking it) in October 2012. My husband's sex drive has been... Not. But this past month he went crazy (and it was awesome). Usually I have really painful ovulation cramps. I went in and I have ovarian cysts (esp on my right ovary). Well, this month we had sex twice while I was ovulating (once on the first day and once on the third day). I have not had any ovulation cramps (first time in months)! Yesterday my breasts started hurting really bad (which is unusual for me). Do you think I am just getting excited? My hopes are already up... And I believe it's a little early for a HPT. I'm not supposed to start my period for another 8 days. Any thoughts?
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I personally would wait until your missed period. Good luck!!!
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Wait until you're at least a day or so late. I tested when I was 2 days late and got a positive result. Testing early can give false results sometimes, so i'd try to wait :)
Also, finding out that early makes it seem so much longer, I was 4w4d when I found out I was pregnant, I'm now 24w3d and I feel like I've been pregnant forever LOL. But its starting to get awesome now bc I can finally see and feel my lil man move! I am small as far as a baby bump, but he is perfectly healthy :))
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