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Ahhhh, phantom symptoms, we all get them
But it could very well be that the cramping is the egg going to where it needs to go. It's normal and most of us feel it until AF shows, or sometimes shorter. It's nothing to worry about anyways
You can feel crampy around O, and some women can feel crampy during implantation, but I've never heard of feeling the egg move In reality, the egg, fertilized or unfertilized, is about the same size, which is a grain of sand. However, once implantation occurs, it begins multiplying in size rapidly. FX'd for you!!!
*~*~ Katie; Mommy to 3 fun-loving boys, one sweet little baby girl, and #5 on the way! *~*~
yes, I have! I thought I had a cyst growing the first time because I kept feeling these twinges that were in the same spot on one side in the fallopian area, and they were sometimes close together and sometimes hours apart for a day or two. My natural doctor uses reflexology, so he contacted the spot below my ankle on the proper side and it was def. sore to press. However, pressing dilated the blood vessels in the area which would be good for healing were it actually a cyst, so I pressed on it for a day or two, but the sore spot moved! It moved slowly towards the back of my ankle and then close to my heel and disappeared. Thats because the fallopian only wraps that far, and the egg had found the uterus. No more painful twinges either. I had missed my period so I took a pregnancy test and it was faintly positive! Now that particular pregnancy ended at 8 weeks. The one after it was only a month later, and when I felt that same twinge at work, I knew right away! Suddenly, I realized the reason I was so ravenous and irritable was that I was pregnant again! I also confirmed that with a solid test although that pregnancy ended at 11 weeks with a detached placenta. can't catch a break...mind you we weren't going at it like bunnies at all. We weren't even trying
So..it's two months later...still haven't done anything more than twice this month..
trying to be good and rest the body....and I felt the twinge yesterday....I'm just waiting because the period is only a day o
or two late! So yes it is possible! I am very petite and and very in tune with my body..hypersensitive I think, sometimes.