TTC baby #1, so I'm new to all these symptoms and have found that I am indeed obsessed with symptom spotting!
Hah! Anyway, today I am either 6 or 7 dpo, I'm not too sure and have felt a slight pulling/pinching feeling below and to the right of my belly button! It doesn't hurt, just feels really weird! Has anyone else experienced this at all??
I've also had nausea, bloating, sensitive nipples, headaches, extremely vivid dreams for the past 3 nights. I'm going insane with this wait!!!
Do you know for sure that you ovulated? All those things are symptoms of ovulation as well as pregnancy. It could still be too early for implantation to happen. I would wait until a day or two before your missed period or just wait and see if it comes. If not then test!! I hope all goes well and you are successful!!
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