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Fluttering feelings... Oh god

(6 Posts)
VJONES1985 Tue 26-Sep-17 20:44:52

Okay, I think I ovulated four days ago (see chart - what do you think? Please note, the rise on day 19 was due to us going back home after a weekend in a freezing caravan). At 2dpo, I had ewcm, for two days now I've had sore boobs, yesterday I had light cramping and today I've had fluttering around my belly button and in my bikini line. All of these things are unusual for me at this point in the cycle.

I don't know what to think!!!

VJONES1985 Tue 26-Sep-17 20:45:15

Oh, and I had that random temp rise this morning

NimbleKnitter Tue 26-Sep-17 21:54:21

4dpo is too early for anything. Implantation happens at 6dpo at the earliest, and usually at 9-10dpo

VJONES1985 Tue 26-Sep-17 21:56:54

I know but when I had my son, I had very sore boobs for a few days before my bfp and that was 10dpo. Well, it's probably a good thing if I'm not pregnant yet anyway, as we financially wouldn't be ready 😵

Lilypad15 Tue 26-Sep-17 22:53:20

Honestly, it could be anything and nothing. I’ve learnt that there is no such thing as a typical cycle and symptoms can come and go and change and random new things can appear etc. It means nothing really. You said you had sore boobs before you got your bfp with your son but you would most likely have got sore boobs that cycle regardless of whether you were pregnant or not. I’ve been pregnant twice and not felt true pregnancy symptoms until week 6 or so. Whilst ttc I’ve had every “symptom” under the sun but I know now that it’s litetally just progesterone being a bitch and trying to make me think something is happening when it’s not. Best to take any tww symptoms with a pinch of salt until you actually get a bfp or af shows up

Lilypad15 Tue 26-Sep-17 22:54:09

Just to add, I get random flutterings like that in tww sometimes but I’ve never turned out to be pregnant in the end

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