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8 DPO and Going Stir Crazy

Trying my best to wait til 12 DPO but this is our second to last shot before the RE wants to intervene... so here's what I've got so far! I have 26 ish day cycles, and ovulate early. Based on my normal symptoms and temps I ovulated on CD11 (typical for me), we BD on CD7, CD9, CD11 (O day), and CD12. CD 12 1DPO still have EWCM, bright red spotting after BD, stops after this, backache, mild low cramps 2DPO bad headache, gas/bloating, slight pinching on left low abdomen 3DPO sight side twinging, another headache, huge gush of watery CM, dizzy spell PM, and so hot I can't sleep 4DPO twingy cramps left side, hot flash, pants feel much tighter than normal, lots of wet creamy CM 5DPO left side burning (only way to describe it) cramps,creamy yellow very stretchy CM, like EWCM but not clear, woke up STARVING, sides of boobs feel bruised when touched 6DPO boobs same as 5, woke up starving again, brown smear in CM (IB?) only once first thing in the morning,, mild cramping, snotty CM, fell asleep on the couch after work and was too tired to cook dinner like I do every night, itchy boobs 7DPO More mild left sided stretching/burning, hot flashes galore, bright yellow urine and more snotty and yellow CM, nipples sore to touch CD19 8DPO Everything same as day 7, boobs hurt a little more, and cramps have moved to more center of my abdomen but still left sided So what's the verdict? I feel different this month than I have before, but I'm also afraid to get my hopes up (again). Trying to hold out 4 more days to test. DH wants me to wait til post AF, but lets be honest, I can't wait that long.


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I can share my symptoms from day 8. CYCLE DAY 8. Woke with moderate cramps/pains in middle and right side. Cramps lasted all day and night. Very faint line on ovulation test. Mildly sensitive boobs. Fatigue (but didn’t sleep much the night before.) Increased watery CM. Bloating. Increased hunger and thirst. Weird metallic taste in mouth. Moderate tightening in stomach begins. Bad tightening/pulling pain/af-like pain and a little nausea. Gassy tummy. Agitated/Easily-annoyed. CYCLE DAY 9. CM increased a little more. Woke up with little cramps. Fatigue. Runny nose and can't stop sneezing. Extreme hunger.

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