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Is it normal to experieince mild cramping/pressure in your uterus at 6DPO? I am currently 8DPO but the pressure has occurred on and off for the past 3 days. I know it is too early to be a "pregnancy" symptom but thought it might be a good sign of implantation.
It is very hard to know what to make of your symptoms. That said, other symptoms of early pregnancy include nausea, frequent urination, fatigue, breast tenderness and lightheadedness. Do you have any of these symptoms as well?
I don't know what implantation cramping feels like? I've had 2 children & I've been tracking my cycles for 1 year now trying to conceive #3 & I alwasy get the cramping pressure in my uterus about 4-5 days before AF arrives & up to the day it arrives. Maybe someone else has had a good outcome?
i am 6 weeks pregers right now. my test came back pos on 9dpo. and the same thing happened to me the cramping and pressure. my levels were 27 at 9 dpo and the doc said that is actually high and that most people can`t preg test till 12 dpo. so you could be pregers. i had a miscarriage in feb so every twing had me running to my doc now we have a heartbeat and hcg of 39,650 good luck
I have pressure on only one side also, but I also felt the implantation occur on that same side too...I think there's pressure on just the one side cause that's the side the implantation occured...course I'm not a doctor
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