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first signs of implantation?

According to my calendar app, I would have ovulated on 23rd June. I know I did as I have been tracking my ov dates for a few years now, at first to prevent pregnancy. I checked on an implantation calculater and it says if fertilised would likely happen between June 29 and July 3. I had spotting on 29/30 and the 1st....hoping I might be. But still 5 days til period is due. Don't want to test too early. But spotting, mild cramps and libido has increased greatly...and I'm happy all the time. I suffer pnd so sometimes being happy seems hard to do. But not when I was pregnant with my first son, now 20 months..

Anyone else had these signs?
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Also have been having issues with my periods for last 3 months. Cycles have changed from 28-30 days to 19-23 days...and I normally bleed most of that...I Havnt in 2 weeks other than super light spotting
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Hi baby2where
I'm like you, I was the same and tool test and pregnant, I had the coil and I have loads of pregnancy signs And I have not told anyone apart from doctors,  partner don't know as Not sure how to tell him as I had coil inserted. I am not one for abortions so will just wait for them right moment is their best idea I think.
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