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|03-04-2018 12:30 PM|
|kylie||Yes, it is possible. But it could be misleading too. You're not supposed to feel anything but you're expecting something to happen so you do end up feeling it. I hope you get pregnant though. Don't rely on this. You can take a pregnancy test now if you're curious. But the right results will show after a while. S you're going to have to wait in order to confirm it. Don't raise your hopes too high, if its negative, it might make you sad. Good luck.|
|02-22-2013 02:04 PM|
Originally Posted by Lyerin View Post
|02-22-2013 01:46 PM|
|Lyerin||I didn't feel anything that I recall, but with DS especially, my boobs were like rock hard balls of burning fire about 2 weeks after. Unpleasant, but a sign nonetheless.|
|02-22-2013 01:29 PM|
|Sextillion||I had a + test at 10 or 11 dpo (it may have actually been less than 10 days). I felt "stuff" too. My kids are 10 and 14 now so it is all a little sketchy as far as my memories go.|
|02-22-2013 11:30 AM|
Originally Posted by Jen and her squirrels View Post
|02-22-2013 11:11 AM|
|Jen and her squirrels||
Ok, when I conceived Caroline, I swear I felt it happening. We had sex earlier that day, and that night I got super lightheaded and had to sit down on the garage floor. Two weeks later, I had a positive test. Of course it could be a fluke, but I just knew.
However, when I went to Rome and had embryos transferred to me I was certain I felt...um...rumblings from my uterine area that I assumed was one or more embryos implanting. However, none of them implanted, and I tested negative two weeks later.
So, I guess that doesn't help you at all, now does it?
|02-22-2013 11:00 AM|
Am I crazy??
I'm 3 days after ovulation... And I swear I can feel something going on down there. I've always been able to feel when I ovulate.. That part is over. I read the fertilized egg puts out hormones to tell your uterine lining to thicken and prepare for implantation... Is it possible I could feel that going on? Hmmm Thoughts? Be honest now! Lol