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Discussion in 'Two Week Wait' started by mixedbeautyx, Nov 13, 2011.
Can it occur before 6dpo? I've read it's 6-12dpo..
I dont know but I would like to know also!
I dont think so, about a week it takes, 6 at the very minumum..I would like to know if its possible earlier to.
It HAS to be possible...I'll guarantee it!!
With baby #3 for me.....at 2dpo I went throught light cramps and spotting which I'm 100% sure was implantation. And YES I know exactly when I o'd that month and we only dtd twice so at the most, I would have been 3 dpo when that happened! So yeah I don't really believe that whole 6-12 dpo thing at all.
What dpo did you get your BFP?
It cannot happen before 5 DPO. The blastocyte or "egg" has to "hatch" before it can implant. This happens at the end of day 5. Here is a link to a site with info on human embryology: https://www.embryology.ch/genericpages/moduleembryoen.html
Module 5 and 6 explain the process pretty well.
If you start here:https://www.embryology.ch/anglais/evorimplantation/furchung03.html you can just hit next page at the bottom and it will take you through the whole process.
The window of implantation is from 6-9 dpo, but it could happen later...Its just a better environment for success during this time frame.
Hope this helps
You can have a dip right after OV but its probably not an implantation dip that early, see below:
Most women experience a drop of temperature just few days after Ovulation. This is mainly due to the fact that the progesterone level are not getting stronger yet against the dominance of the Eustrogen.
I had a dip today (6 dpo). My temps have been 98.4 and 98.5 the past few days and today it dipped down to 97.9 which is the at the coverline.... How likely is that implantation?...
Is there a chance you could have ovulated sooner than you thought?
I know all the books and literature say on average 6-12DPO but surely not everybody is average?
I'd say there's always a chance - although I'm not up to date on the physiology behind conception!
Good luck and fingers crossed
Thanks for all the responses very helpful