What does implantation pain feel like?

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  1. Lottie Tobe

    Lottie Tobe Well-Known Member

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    Having a few twinges....not sure when I ovulated....I could be anywhere from 7 to 4 dpo. So probably not implantation pains. But anyone who has experienced them...what are they like?

    1. Do you always bleed/Brown cm with the pain?
    2. Where is it felt? Ovary area? Bladder?
    3. Does it feel like ovulation pain? Does it feel like a period? Or is it completely different?


    Your comments may offer some hope to us symptom obsessers!

    Thanks x
     
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    LittleDalla Well-Known Member

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    Hey, as far as I am aware mot everyone experiences Implantion bleeding, I am not sure.on the other answers.
     
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    lillith112 Well-Known Member

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    I have 3 children, been pregnant 6 times (lost 3) and never had implantation pain with any of mine x
     
  4. Lottie Tobe

    Lottie Tobe Well-Known Member

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    Oh....well that's still hopeful for us all - no pain symptoms don't necessarily mean no bfp.

    I swear I imagine myself pain! Same with o time
     
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    lillith112 Well-Known Member

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    Oh gosh absolutely, you don't have to have any symptoms, the only pregnancy symptoms I had with mine were vivid dreams with 2 of them, I do remember having ewcm when my period was due which I thought was odd, and sore breasts but I get that symptom anyway before every period x
     
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    scn Well-Known Member

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    You don't necessarily get implantation pain, for me there's never been any bleeding or 'pain' when implanting. It's just kinda feels a wee bit crampy at times as if your period is about to come on or you need to do a poo!
     
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    I didn't get any signs at all when I feel with my two. Just normal AF cramps.

    x
     
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    Mine was on 9dpo, had exactly the same as AF cramps, thought I was going to start early. Bright red spots of blood
     
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    I've been pregnant the once but I lost, I do remember having usual cramps in the groin and a little bleed (I thought it was a weird AF) and I brushed it off. Bleed was over 3 days very pink with cm and tail end was brown but so light I used panty liners.

    Apparently not many ladies experience a bleed so try not to worry about it.
     
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    Thanks all for your replies. Im pretty sure im not wistfully thinking these twinges Im not sure how many days post o I am. It could b between 5 and 8.

    Yesterday I started to get a bit of pain around pelvic area...felt a bit like pushing on my bladder at one point, but it didn't make me want to go toilet. Today not as much - just some twinging around the area. On and off

    No blood.

    Could this b a positive sign? Or am I crazy, getting pains in my head because im so desperate? ?

    When I say pain its not painful just noticeable.

    Cracked and did a test. ..bfn...but then I suppose it would b regardless this early wouldn't it?
     

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