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Asked by cita82

Q: Can cramping at 6-7 dpo be due to implantation?

I've been experiencing mild cramping, twinges and pinches since yesterday. Currently I am 7DPO. I feel like is too early for this to be implantation related. But I never get cramps or twinges before my period. What do you think? Is this too early for implantation? Or perhaps I'm just being obsessive and paying way too much attention to my body LOL.

This question was asked Sep. 1, 2011 12:22pm
Category: Am I Pregnant?

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Answered by sunnysky - Sep. 1, 2011 4:20pm
Hi there - I definitley think it is possible! I got my BFP at 7dpo and felt the same twinges at 6dpo. I always thought I wouldn;t be one of the ladies to get such an early positive test but I was wrong! I would say wait a day or so then test. I definitely recommend FRER - this gave me the darkest 2nd line earliest. Baby dust!

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Answered by Msitcudhappen - Sep. 1, 2011 2:23pm
I feel the same way at times like im just too dam in tuned to my body so let alone a tww!! .I agree with the other post person- it deff could be implantation i felt cramping through out the day in my 9dpo.. breast got really big then went down bot an hour later. today I am 14 dpo and my af is due today but a bit unsure about taking a test dont wana see a bfn AGAIN!! yes again! but to you sounds like BABY DUST IS TRICKLING DOWN =)

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Answered by leggyone - Sep. 1, 2011 1:31pm
It could definitely be implantation cramping - that can happen 6-12 dpo. So it is totally possible! GL and hope you get the results you want! :)

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