Hello ladies, I can't believe I'm finally getting to post here.
I used to obsessively read this thread to help me symptom spot so I am returning the favour.
After six years of TTC, this cycle we did a TSI cycle (after sooooooo many failed ones!) And got our bfp yesterday at 11dpo
The biggest symptoms for me were:
Spotting 4dpo- implantation bleeding. I thought it was too early but my doctor said because we were DTD before ovulation, the sperm was sitting waiting g for the egg so it took less time to travel down for implantation. I noticed pink cm in the morning and one TINY spot of red/brown stringy blood that evening. Like two grains of rice small.
4dpo-now GAS. Not just gas, DISGUSTING GAS. Its sooo bad you guys.
Sore boobs from 5dpo with shooting pains in them from 7-11dpo
Stuffy nose and sore throat from about 5-8 dpo
Cramps, twinges poking
My biggest symptom that made me test was fatigue from 8dpo to present. I actually napped two days which is so unusual for me.
Cervix from 8dpo to now is high medium soft and creamy cm.
That's it ladies, hope this helps someone. Best of luck to you all xxxxx
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