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Do you get it every day? I like feeling it because it gives me reassurance, but I haven't felt any today
8/13, 1/14, 2/14, 8/15, 10/15 - mommy to angels!
Oopsie Cycle - August 2013 - Chemical Pregnancy
TTC Cycle #1 - chemical pregnancy
TTC Cycle #2 - Chemical pregnancy
TTC Cycle #3 - RE consultation and blood work, normal HSG.
Cycle #4 - Planning on WTTC, but was surprised with a BFP 4/11/14. First beta on 4/15/14 @ 12 DPO= 154.2, beta on 4/17/14 @ 14 DPO was 459.1, beta on 4/23/14 @ 20 DPO = 6,195!
After 5 early losses we are cautiously expecting our second miracle!
Mine have lessened I'm hardly feeling them at all. I don't get them as frequently anymore. It eased up for me this week. Before I would have it all day some days, then only at night other days. I agree with hopeful2bmommy don't let it worry you. Symptoms will come and go. Today I feel fine. No cramps no nausea all day. Boobs hardly hurt. By tonight or in the morning that could be completely different. We're in for a roller coaster ride. Buckle up and enjoy :-)
I worried when I didn't have them one day and went in for bloodwork, all was well. The twinges came back that night . I am now 5 weeks 2 days and not feeling them but intermittently now. I worried when I had them, and I worried when I didn't. Try to relax (although that is easier said than done)
I've been getting them on and off since before we got our BFP. It's not my favorite part of all this, I must admit - it makes me worried.
I notice that certain positions make it worse, not drinking enough makes it worse, needing to go to the bathroom makes it worse, being in the same position for too long...so yeah. But it's started tapering off - there was one night that cramping kept me awake and I thought we were done...
But my motto has been as long as I'm not bleeding I'm going to try to be as positive and relaxed as possible.
The only time I ever feel them is if I'm further along and get the "running pain" in my side from ligament pain. After your 1st kid your stuff stretches out easier and you feel it more often though, so not something you should expect either. I would say you should be happy to be pain free