1dpo – cold sore started on lip, clammy hands all day.
2dpo- Could not sleep, slight moodiness, heart burn p.m.; but could be due to the Indian food I had for dinner, Clammy hands again.
3dpo- woke up with a sore throat, slightly running nose which feels kind of tingly and sore on the outside and then congestion, kind of feel like I am about to get the flu and my nipples were also really sensitive, feeling lethargic, still have clammy hands, gums are sensitive, minor headache.
4dpo- Could not fall asleep last night, up till about 3am with running nose. I woke up parched, sore throat, stuffed up nose and sore sensitive nipples and a very full bladder or at least it felt really full. Slight cramping, like period pains, about noon. Chills... Maybe I am just getting sick!! But I guess I could only wish!
Brown staining is good, could be implantation as I suggested in the other thread. Good luck! I also have a cold so feeling all your pain. I'm a teacher and it's going around the school, so I know it's not pg symptom, booo! What twinges? I'm getting twinges but not like AF pains!
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