Please help. I've noticed on Tuesday (2dpo) that I had white spots, like blackheads, only white, on the areola of my breasts. Not sure if I just always missed them, but hubby said that he hasn't seen it before either. Is this normal? Is this just one of the plenty ovulation symptoms/signs?
Today (4dpo) when I looked it was almost completely gone, the little bumps are still there though, but no white. I also have a lot of cramps, but it feels more like twinge or slight burning sensation just above the pubic bone. Al of a sudden I started getting a headache since yesterday morning, I had a sore throat this morning, not even to mention how gassy I am!!!
i got those same bizarre bumpy things when i was pg w/my dd, and they come back every month when af arrives. however, i don't remember how many dpo i was when they showed up.
could be a good sign, though!
They are called Montogomery Tubercles or something and show up in early preg. I got them during a chemical. However they can also pop up if your hormones fluctuate a lot for some other reason. Time will tell
THANK YOU SO MUCH for all the info! I'm quite happy if the spots are a normal thing and nothing bad. I'm on 5dpo today and suppose it is way to early in any case to really have any type of pregnancy symptoms, seeing as implantation only happens aroung 8dpo and only then does hcg start forming/producing.
I read a lot about woman having all sort of symptoms during 1dpo through to 8dpo. How is this possible, seeing as there is not yet any hcg? Sorry if it is a stupid question, but I'm just totally confused about this.
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