First of all, I know some people over-analyze every thing during the 2WW. I am NOT one of those people!
I'm on fertility meds so I know they can cause side effects that are similar to those of early pregnancy, but these are not usual for me... what do you think?
-Light bleeding during intercourse 12 DPO
-VERY vivid dream about a positive HPT!!
-Cramping/abdominal twinges since Sunday
-Light Nausea - mainly after I eat - I feel really hungry them super full as soon as I eat anything
-Heartburn today - CD 31 (typically 32-34 day cycle) - a coworker that doesn't know I'm ttc asked if I was preggo when I mentioned this today
-More sever cramping this afternoon
These things are unusual for me, but I have had 2 BFN's so far. I tested on CD 25 with an early test (way too soon to tell, I know) and on CD 30. I do think there is a chance it's too soon to tell, since my cycle is a little longer (32-24, but I have had up to 54 day cycles) but not sure. Thoughts??
I obviously have never conceived, however, I know many people who have had implantation bleeding and out of all of your symptoms, that is what stands out the most with me. Because that is around the time you could implant. I am not sure what CD day you are on, but try not to stress about the bfn's just yet. You are in my most deepest prayers!! Also, the hunger is a good sign as well. Please keep us posted girl.
Unfortunately symptoms are not reliable. I get pg symptoms every time my period is about to start. The only way you can tell is with a positive test. Sounds to me like you tested too early. Wait a few more days and test again with FMU. Good luck!
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