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Any experience with implantation pains?

Postby carrotk » Wed Jun 22, 2016 8:48 pm

I know I'm probably clutching at straws here, but last night I felt a very distinct needle like twinge/pain deep down where I imagine my uterus is. It was sudden and not cramp like at all. It literally felt like a needle prick with a few twinges. It happened again but more briefly this morning. From what I've read on other forums and sites it seems like any pains or feelings associated with implantation are like period cramps. Just curious if any BFP users thought they felt implantation and wondering what it felt like for you. I'm always looking for a good sign haha!

I'm currently 8dpo and desperately trying to hold off on testing. Expecting AF June 30th/13dpo.
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Re: Any experience with implantation pains?

Postby HighlandGamesGirlCO » Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:43 pm

Sounds promising! I felt that feeling with both my DD and this one. The cramps come as the blastocyst burrows in for the long stay, but initially, it's a sharp poking feeling that makes you do a double take. It was for me anyway! Maybe in a couple days at 10dpo you could try a test if you really wanted. ;)
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Re: Any experience with implantation pains?

Postby southernbelle » Thu Jun 23, 2016 2:37 pm

I never felt anything with my first five pregnancies. This current pregnancy I felt massive af-like cramping. Cramps, backache, achy legs, etc. I really thought maybe my O was off and af was coming that day. I was also extremely tired. The next morning I tested fmu because I'm a poasaholic. There was such a faint line I thought it was an evap even though everyone else saw it. lol Also, the next day most of my symptoms were gone and no af.
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Re: Any experience with implantation pains?

Postby carrotk » Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:49 pm

Thanks for the response! That's very encouraging! It really stood out to be because it was different from anything I've felt before and wasn't something that could be confused with gas or cramps. I tested this morning and got a bfn but I'm only 9dpo so I wasn't really expecting anything. Only time will tell I guess!
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