I know I asked you this before but how many of us have had cramps dpo 6,7,8,9 or even until you got your bfp. I really have been noticing cramping today and a little bit yesterday and it seems to get worse and worse. I know I am considered to have irregular periods (just the last 7 months) but I am a big cervix checker and I have read that early pregnancy is like a plum and post ovulation before af is like unripened piece of fruit (tip of your nose). For the last few days but especially today it was high, soft and really closed... I know it is not certain if it is 6 or 7 dpo but it is probably dpo 7. Anyone else?
ok i didnt get as far into it as you seem to have lol but good on you for trying its so frustrating i know (hugs) i tried for 4 mths this time round after having my iud removed.
i got cramping from day 6 onwards right till my period was due (well it didnt come and i got a bfp on about 3 days before period was due! also my cervix was high , hard and closed very difficult to reach actually.
it all sounds good to me i also had one sided pain that i now know was implantation pain
as well as the normal crampy pains all over! good luck :)
I had really bad cramps this month and they only started letting up a couple of days ago, now I just get random ones every now and then. My temps have been out of whack to so I don't know what's been going on there. I was having other pregnancy symptons and thought this month could really be it for us, but they don't seem to be as strong anymore so I've given up hope and am just awaiting AF. I'm expecting her from tomorrow onwards sometime. TTC is NOT fun like everyone makes it out to be. It's frustrating and emotionally exhausting.
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