I felt implantation about 2 weeks after I thought I had conceived. It almost felt like a dull ache, and a quick cramp, but nothing too serious. My breasts also enlarged very quickly, and began to hurt. Hope this helped
No your right MrsC. It's supposed to be from 6-10 days past O. Apparently some happen about 4-5dpo and some as late as 12dpo but those aren't the norm and some doctors will say you O'd at a diff time if that happens. Your body will start to produce HCG which is what will let you test positive. Later pains and indicative on the uterus getting prepared to carry a baby, stretching, contacting, etc.
My source is lots of research and my fertility clinic.
Hope I've been helpful good luck to you
Hmmm strange but hopefully good. Just did some searching for you and like everything else you and I look up no two pages say the same thing... Curse google! I'm seeing mostly 7-10 days and 5-10 days past O. Although as late as 14 days. I hope more people can help you and share what they have felt.
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