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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    LOL my friend google helps me while away the days in the TWW. Symptom spotting, looking for anything that keeps me positive. Lurrrve google
    Haha don't we all. I'm about to google 'sleep talking pregnancy symptom'.

    Think I might be clutching at straws though but I am not a sleep talking but I did last night!!!!!

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    Sadly I didn't find any reassuring research...

    Perhaps I'm just a sleep talker!!!!!

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    Haha cheeky. Google more??? What about sleep and early pregnancy or something less specific!!! Hehe. Love dr google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Implantation occurs 6-12 days after ovulation and it takes 2 days for the hormone to build up enough to register a pos. I have googled this topic to death lol. So really 8DPO is the earliest. I have read a few getting the pos on 7 DPO but I'm suspecting they have o'ed a day earlier than they thought.
    So if I'm feeling slight twinge-y pains around my ovary area (left ovary for specifics) could that possibly be implantation pain, or am I grasping at straws haha?

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    I got my first BFP with this pregnancy at 6dpo

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    Yay! So I may have hope. Today I am 10dpo (I ovulated a day early) and yesterday (9dpo) I had a bloody CM in the afternoon. I knew it was to early to test but did anyway as I had a mc in dec and it was as I suspected a bfn.

    I have also had slight full cramping but no sign of bleeding since. I wonder if it was implantation. I don't remember having it with ds or dd. :/

    So 11dpo tomorrow. Wonder when I should test? I am to anxious to wait a week lol. We have been trying for 6months and it's getting harder seeing as though child 1 and 2 were unexpected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjay View Post
    So if I'm feeling slight twinge-y pains around my ovary area (left ovary for specifics) could that possibly be implantation pain, or am I grasping at straws haha?
    Yep you're def in the range for implantation

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    I got mine at 10 on a FRER- and quite a clear one.

    IC didn't show more than a shadowy line till about 15dpo..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CottonCandy View Post
    I got mine at 10 on a FRER- and quite a clear one.

    IC didn't show more than a shadowy line till about 15dpo..
    May I ask what is FRER and IC?? TIA

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    FRER- first response early response preg test, and IC are my Internet cheapie tests (fertility2family ones).

    I was peeing on both daily


 

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