I have been ttc since june, everything is normal cycle is very normal, june is when i stopped taking my b/c pills and me and the hubby have been trying. well no luck so far. I ovulated on the 26th of october then on the second of november i woke up at 2am with horrible cramping, got up thinking i was gonna get AF so i grabbed 2 Tylenol and a heating pad and went to bed, i am supposed to get my period on the 9th. so 4 days from now, and i am not cramping anymore, not bloated like usual. just very tired and i had to get up and pee 6 times in a 2 hour period. also i have noticed i am smelling a little stonger in my woman area. TMI i know sorry... im just wondering if that cramping might have been implantation cramping and if i might be pregnant? if anyone has any incite that would be great! thanks guys!
It very well could be. You must have a short cycle? I ovulated early this time around the 29th. I have back pain and started having a bit of cramping today. I would grab a test and test on like Sunday. Well grab a few. LOL then if AF doesn;t come test again.
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