So I've been experiencing an unusual ttw. Since about 3dpo I've had the dullest cramping on the left ovary... As the week progress the cramping continues but is accompanied by crazy hot flashes, dry throat, headaches, dizziness, leg cramps and low back pain.. I usually just get really sore and full boobs.. but they arent painfull at all.. What does it seeem like to you guys? Or maybe its in my head because I want another baby oh so bad....
I'm going to sit on the couch with you here since I'm ~7dpo, and the tender breasts I got with both DDs (and usually get as a PMS symptom as of late), is absent. I've had cramping, streaks in my CM, and mid-day nausea - none of which I ever had with DDs or during ovulation or pre-AF. I'm big time.
Thx for the reply Katherinegrey& congrats on ur new incoming bundle... Lady Nikon with my to other pregnancy I didnt even have any symptoms until I was at lease 8 weeks along but thats been years... Idk My Af is due April 1 so I think I'm just gonna wait it out and see what happens..
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