When do implantation pains occur and what are they like?
Has anyone ever experienced implantation pains?
When do they normally occur?
And what are they normally like?
The other evening I had pains like af pains, and though oh no but without fail when i get af pains she appears overnight or the next morning, within hours, every month without fail, she isn't due until friday/saturday so she would have been early anyway but anyway she isnt here as yet, and i noticed today my boobs felt heavy, I dont have small boobs anyway but don't really feel them because I have always had them but today they felt heavy, am I making any sense? lol xx
and I have felt a bit sickly the past couple of days, not ill sick such eughh sick, grotty sort of x and I can honestly say i'm trying not to SS so they are just the really obvious things sticking out from normal like a sore thumb xx
I reckon I had implantation pains at 8dpo. I remember having several hours of very strong, dragging type pains right across my lower tummy, radiating right into the creases at the top of my legs and across by my hips. They were not like my AF pains, pretty different to me. The best way I can describe them is like muscles stretching, a bit like if you've worked your muscles in the gym but more of a 'dragging' sensation to it.
Immediately I had them I wondered if it could be implantation. I now really reckon it was after getting a clear at 13dpo
ok jem123 thankyou, trying bot to get my hopes up and like i say trying to to SS so these are just the really obvious things pointing out, still trying to be realistic though, andnot testing until AF is a few days late xx
My boobs didn't do a lot and still aren't doing a lot now! They were just a bit tender on and off but this was like other months before AF, no real difference. Thing I did notice (although this was a few days after AF would have been due) was more veins appearing in them
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