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    Default Where do you feel implantation cramps?

    Hey all

    Just wondering where are we meant to feel Implantation cramps? (if we do get them)....

    For eg. Ovulation cramps I feel on my lower right side and another bub hubber described it as if you put your hands on your hips, the O pain is where you fingers sit..

    Where does implantation cramps sit? Above or below belly button? On one side only? I have no clue so I thought I would ask

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    Mine were in my lower belly just above my pubic line, so I thought it was my period coming, but it was only 4DPO, so I was 100% confused.

    Was the same with DS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamalicious View Post
    Mine were in my lower belly just above my pubic line, so I thought it was my period coming, but it was only 4DPO, so I was 100% confused.

    Was the same with DS.
    Oh thats sounds promosing for me... I am 5DPO today and I have cramps similar to where you are describing.....
    But being in the 2ww I really scrutinize every little thing I feel!

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    I got cramping just above my pubic bone but to the right hand side, it wasn't all over and it was more like someone pinching hard rather than af cramping which for me is like a stabbing pain. I got the pains 4DPO and it only lasted for a couple of hours.

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by readytotry View Post
    Oh thats sounds promosing for me... I am 5DPO today and I have cramps similar to where you are describing.....
    But being in the 2ww I really scrutinize every little thing I feel!
    So did I, I kept thinking "Nah, it must be my period, then I would remember how soon they started and go hmmmm"

    Good luck! For me they felt just like AF cramps, and I even had back pain. Carrying a toddler really doesn't help that.

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    Mine were exactly like af cramps, but I started getting them at about 5dpo. I had them for 3 days and knew something was "up" because I usually only get cramps the day I start af. So I took a hpt on 8dpo, and there was my BFP! All that to say mine weren't localised, just generally cramps very similar to af ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumptobump View Post
    Mine were exactly like af cramps, but I started getting them at about 5dpo. I had them for 3 days and knew something was "up" because I usually only get cramps the day I start af. So I took a hpt on 8dpo, and there was my BFP! All that to say mine weren't localised, just generally cramps very similar to af ones.
    oooohhh - I am 4dpo and have been having similar af like pains yesterday plus this morning my boobs are quite sore... Sure it's just my body trying to trick me but you never know!

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    Oohh sounds promising Lucysummers! I am 6dpo and I have had cramps for a couple of days now..... for both of us!
    And for all the others TTC!

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    Just wondering if these turned out to be BFP's girls??
    I have dull sensations just above my pubic bone...they have been there on and off for a couple of days.

    Wondering if I should cave and test early, or wait until next saturday when I am planning to test??? Would it show this early?


 

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