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May 23rd, 2009, 03:58 PM
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Hey girls--I'm new on here, so forgive me if I don't use the usual abbreviations for everything.

The hubby and I are trying to conceive, first cycle. Sunday, May 17th, (day 37) we did the deed and then Sunday night I started having ovulation pains. The dull cramping lasted Sunday through Tuesday, May 19th, when it was sharp pains. There was also a lot of egg white cervical fluid through Tuesday. I am wondering if we possibly conceived then.

Today, Saturday, May 24 (day 43) I had pre-period like cramps in my uterus, and in my lower back. THE LOWER BACK PAIN GOT WORSE AND WORSE!!!!! This is too soon for my period right?...since your period typically comes 14 days AFTER you ovulate? Could this be implantation cramping?

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May 23rd, 2009, 05:25 PM
ZaydensMomma's Avatar Aaron Nicole
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Hi im your host. Welcome!

We dont pay attention before ttc so we become more aware after start ttc.
I never heard of implantation cramp. Its totally normal to have pre cramping. Its too eArly to tell since u are around 5-6dpo. How do u know u ovulated? Did you follow cervical mucuous and used opk?
Its hard to tell since u only started last week. Wait til 1 wk to test.

Good luck!!

Also not everyoNe ovulate around 14th day. Some have late o some have early o (ovulate).. Some not even ovulate. I noticed u have longer cycle?

Age 36 with PCOS, poor ovarian reserve (.197), and blocked left fallopian tube.
We are TTC our 2nd blessing baby.
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May 23rd, 2009, 07:43 PM
Brandiwine77's Avatar Waiting on God's Time
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Honestly, there is no way to tell if its implantation related until you either start, or get a bfp. It sucks, but the pain can go both ways. If you click on my FF ticker, and look at last month, you will see that I had implantation cramps, implantation spotting, and a huge temp drop that normally signifies implantation, but I didn't end up with my bfp. I wish you the best of luck, and I hope that it works out for you.

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May 23rd, 2009, 08:13 PM
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It's really too early to tell if you are pregnant, and it's also really hard to know for certain that you ovulated when you think you did without doing OPKs and temping. As Aaron said, we all become hyper aware of everything our bodies are doing once we start trying to have a baby, as a result - every pinch, every twinge, every bump, every movement - all seem like a sign. When it's really probably what our bodies were doing all along. Please don't give up though, it could be something, there's just know way to know. But, I hope your stay here is short and sweet

September 2009 IVF - BFN; November IVF -Ec topic Pregnancy; May 2010- IVF cycle- BFN,
July 2010 IVF cycle: BFP - m/c induced at 8 weeks because of no heartbeat
March 2011 IVF: BFP!!!
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