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    Default Two week wait with no symptoms?

    Is it possible to have no symptoms at all & feel completely normal in the two week wait and still be pregnant? Every cycle I am looking for the tiniest symptoms hoping its a sign but still nothing. Can u still get a BFP if you felt nothing out of the ordinary during the two week wait?

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    Default Two week wait with no symptoms?

    I was told by a dr that shouldn't/can't feel any symptoms in the TWW because implantation doesn't happen until 8-10 DPO so up to then your body will be doing the same thing wether your pregnant or not. Only after implantation does bub attach to you and your blood ******. I had no symptoms with DS.

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    Default Two week wait with no symptoms?

    I had no symptoms until a day before AF was due, when I started getting headaches and milky cm. other than that, nothing. I'm now 18 weeks pregnant and have still had minimal symptoms. During TWW I felt exactly the same as every other month, and was sure AF was coming

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    Definitely possible to be UTD and not feel it. As PP have said, you won't have any symptoms until implantation at the earliest because nothing is different for you to detect. After implantation you may start to notice slight differences but there's stacks and STACKS of women who never notice anything different at all.

    I didn't notice anything in the tww this time .

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    Default Two week wait with no symptoms?

    I had nothing until 13dpo when I got my Bfp. Was actually a huge change from all my other TWW where I've had every symptom under the sun then a bfn

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    I had no symptoms in my tww until i got my bfp, although this ended in a miscarriage.

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    I'm 5dp5dt and feel absolutely nothing. Cramps the day of and day after transfer and now NOTHING.
    This feeling is all too familiar.
    Anyone else in the same situation. Worried its another let down.

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    I had no symptoms until the day before af was due. Even then the only thing I noticed was weird cramps that was not followed by AF. Don't give up hope just yet- unless your an early implanter, it wouldnt be common to get early symptoms

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    I'm not even getting the cramps and that's what worries me.
    Just feels like all my other negative cycles.

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    I didn't really have any symptoms at all after our ivf transfer. I was a little tired here & there but nothing out of the ordinary considering I had been extremely busy at work. We're now 20 weeks pregnant, so it's def possible. At the time I was wanting any & every sign but just didn't seem to get any for quite a while.

    Good luck, I have everything crossed for you


 

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