So I am 9DPO and I am getting some cramping, it makes me feel a bit out as I had the same thing last month for 4 or 5 days of cramping before AF showed up. It's not really painful yet but it does seem to be getting a bit worse. Has anyone else experience AF like cramping but its turned out that they were pregnant ?!
Ohh exciting congrats ! I should have mentioned before that I have a short 12 day LP so i'm 3 days out from getting my period which makes me think maybe its AF pain I guess only time will tell though right !
when i was pregnant with my son i had severe cramps in my lower belly and back for a day, then AF-like cramping for almost a week starting a few days before AF was due, but the cramps faded and AF never showed. good luck to you!
Hi I am 45 yo, my partner and I are trying to conceive we are the same age and love each other very much. My last period was 10 March 2012 I ovulated on the 23rd March 2012, ten days later bleed for a day (2nd April), then cramping for a few days after that, had sore nipples last week after bleeding, slight nausea before that, had dizzy spells on and off having slight spotting today when wiping with tissue and now symptoms have faded, like sore nipples, very gassy, quite irritable,couldn't finish a meal last night even though I wanted to, but couldn't eat it and basically don't know what's going on. Too scared to get hpt just in case negative result. Can anybody shed any light on this? My periods are normally between 28-35day cycles, my bbt was high straight after ovulation which occured on the 23rd March for about ten days, then I don't know after that I didn't use a proper bbt I just used a normal thermometer, had sex with partner the day after I ovulated so it's a possibly I could've conceived, because I heard of this implantation bleeding bizzo and didn't think until afterwards that the bleeding I experienced on the 2nd April could've been implantation bleeding. Anyway this is my first time here. I am from Australia btw everyone. Goodluck to all.
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