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    Default 4 dpo....too early for pg signs?

    Hi everyone,

    I am currently around 4 dpo (I don't chart or temp or anything) and since yesterday I have had slight dizzy spells, sore lower abdomin, cramping, headaches, bloated feeling though hungry, sore nipples, constipated (sorry TMI) and today I am extremely tired. Possible for pg signs this early?
    Anyone with any previous experience of these symptoms and got bfp? Or anyone going through the same as me?

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    Default 4 dpo....too early for pg signs?

    How sure are you that you are 4 DPO? I had these symptoms from about 12 DPO ( I was using OPKs) and had my BFP at the same time. At 4 DPO you wouldn't have enough hcg to have all those symptoms, it wouldn't even show on a HPT. Is there any chance you are further along?

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    I doubt it unless i ovulated earlier but then if i was around 12dpo that would have made it that i ovulated 2 days after af. Getting heartburn now......i'm so confused

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    The body doesn't start releasing HcG which causes symptoms until a couple of days after implantation, which usually happens on day 6-12.
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    Default 4 dpo....too early for pg signs?

    At 4 dpo the embryo wouldn't even have started implanting yet. It takes 5 days for it to become a blastocyst, then another couple of days to "hatch" and actually bury into your uterine lining, then it starts pumping out hcg after its implanted.

    If you're definitely sure of your O day, then I'm not sure what else it could be. Perhaps some sort of virus?

    I hope you get the outcome you're looking for!

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    I think I may at most be 6 dpo close to 7. I did get my last af two days late but according to phone app i was originally supposed to O between 1st-3rd of september. I should really chart this stuff

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    The cycle starts the first day of your period so it was 2 days late then that would put ovulation off 2 days, to around 3-5 sept.

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    I'm trying to remember what my cm was like and i know between 1-3 it was slippery and then after that it became lotiony and lumpy (TMI sorry) and now watery again.


 

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