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niccij40 Mon 28-Jul-14 19:04:26

Hi can someone help me I have had 4 children and never had any symptoms but I am feeling slight cramping pains lower abdomen back pain and pain in top of my legs over the last 4 days I have had unprotected sex over my ovulation days but my period is not due for about 2 weeks could this be early signs I have no clue as I said I never had signs with others

BoysAreLikeDogs Mon 28-Jul-14 19:08:57

lots of advice to be had on the Pregnancy boards, AIBU is often hidden by posters, you might not hit your target replyers on here


niccij40 Mon 28-Jul-14 19:10:25

?? X

BoysAreLikeDogs Mon 28-Jul-14 19:14:03

Well, some snarky madam might post in this thread "but what are you being unreasonable about, eh?"

niccij40 Mon 28-Jul-14 19:16:54

I have only just joined this and not sure how it works prob posted in wrong place I am just after some advice x

BoysAreLikeDogs Mon 28-Jul-14 19:21:00

Oh bless you

Copy your OP and start a new thread in pregnancy, loads of folk there will help you

fluffyraggies Mon 28-Jul-14 19:23:30

If you are pregnant it is so very early i wouldn't expect there to be any symptoms personally.

If your period isn't due for 2 weeks then sperm ahs only just met egg! I doubt it's even implanted yet. (sorry?)

Morethanalittlebitconfused Mon 28-Jul-14 19:25:57

Unfortunately the 2ww is a nightmare for anyone ttc and you'd be too early to tell

Have a drop in on the conception forums where loads of ladies are on their 2ww!

Lauren83 Mon 28-Jul-14 19:26:42

Agree with Fluffy, if you are due in 2 weeks implantation would likely not have occurred, it usually happens 9 days past ovulation and takes a couple of days after that to start pumping hormones out so you wouldn't of had symptoms til then

Teddybeau1988 Mon 28-Jul-14 20:05:01

I never had any early symptoms in my three pregnancys. The first sign I got was no AF. Each of them times I was also convinced that I was coming on and that month was unsuccessful ttc.

ICanSeeTheSun Mon 28-Jul-14 20:08:36

Boysarelikedogs can I direct you to the new guidelines in AIBU

Op the best advice is to wait 2 weeks and do a pregnancy test.

BoysAreLikeDogs Mon 28-Jul-14 20:14:12


Lauren83 Mon 28-Jul-14 21:33:36


What post are you actually not happy with I see no issue with her pots, she is being helpful to OP, have you erm..,RTFT

Lauren83 Mon 28-Jul-14 21:34:01


Igggi Mon 28-Jul-14 22:11:43

I don't think this can be pg related, some people experience implantation pain but I think this is about 7 days post ovulation, which you aren't near. Also possible to experience pain at time of ovulation, but again you think (know?) you are a bit past that.

ICanSeeTheSun Mon 28-Jul-14 22:34:30

I don't think so. Yes it helpful to point out other chats why have a long clickable title and the be PA over the fact that :-

Well, some snarky madam might post in this thread "but what are you being unreasonable about, eh?"

Helpful would have been you may get more in the pregnacy fourm and then link

Lauren83 Mon 28-Jul-14 22:42:03

Like her first post after the OP you mean?

Then OPs quite rude '???'

Then the poster you take issue with clarifying why exactly she said the first message?

Are we reading the same thread here I'm confused?

MissDuke Mon 28-Jul-14 22:43:10

The period normally comes 2 weeks after ovulation, so if your period is due in two weeks then you have only just ovulated. It takes two weeks after ovulation for fertilisation, implantation and enough hCG to build up and cause symptoms. It really is too soon to tell. I do hope you get the answer you are looking for in a couple of weeks though!

Maryz Mon 28-Jul-14 23:23:04

Icanseethesun, BALD was being helpful, directing the op to a place where her questions will be answered.

That's following the AIBU guidelines.

Your post, however, is a tad snarky, and there is not following guidelines.

kerrymumbles Mon 28-Jul-14 23:53:35

BALD was being very helpful by pointing op in the direction of where she would receive the most helpful advice.

the rest of you precious petunias - get a grip on reality already

niccij40 Tue 29-Jul-14 00:43:55

I am sorry if I caused any problem posting here I am new to site I was unsure how it worked xx :-)

niccij40 Tue 29-Jul-14 00:48:52

And I also don't understand how the reply I put of (???X) is rude I did not understand reply so I replied with that as was hoping for elaboration on previous message x

velouria Tue 29-Jul-14 00:58:14

Well I felt ovulation pain earlier in the day we did the deed, although didn't know what it was at the time. From the day after conception with first child I felt a bit odd, eventually looking back I see that I felt the ovulation pain and later in the night dtd, leading to conception, what an idiot. I felt odd from the day after until about 16 weeks btw, found out by doing a pg test after stupidly obvious syptoms a few weeks later.

No symptoms at all with next 2 babies, if I hadn't been trying I wouldn't have tested. Literally no symptoms, no sickness or boob tenderness in first 12 weeks, nothing at all.

SqueakySqueak Tue 29-Jul-14 00:58:22

Well, you'll know in two weeks, that's for sure. wink

Hmm... When I was pregnant, I kept having dreams I was having a baby and felt "off". I took a test, and it was negative and then got my period (or so I thought) a few days later. A week later I was still feeling really "off", so I did another POAS and it came back positive.

Sooo... I guess just wait and see? It might be, it might not be.

Lauren83 Tue 29-Jul-14 05:20:23

Op I just meant as she had gone to the effort of explaining and posting a link a couple of question marks comes across rude, asking for further clarification and thanks may have been better, I'm not pulling you for rudeness anyway don't get me wrong I'm just highlighting how the convo went as the Pp seems to have missed the helpfulness shown by the first poster and took objection to reply sent after your ?? I'm I sent links and the poster sent me ?? I don't think I would explain further

Good luck!

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