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Symptoms since 1-2 DPO?

I've had what I can only put down to 'symptoms' since 1-2 dpo but I refuse to convince myself. If I am pregnant, I would be 9-10 dpo now. Here's a summary:

1-5 dpo: Dull cramps, sneezing, stuffed up, BLOATED, sensation like I can't suck in my stomach, or even though I am, it doesn't seem like it
6-9/10 dpo: Dull and sharp cramps in my belly/groin, sometimes set off when I move, burping every time I sit down or stand up (especially 6-7 dpo), a lot of bubbling in my tummy (this could be IBS/gas though, too), slight sensitivity to smells/tastes, one weird food craving, tender/bruised feeling in my stomach/ribs, tender breasts that started at the sides and moved down to underneath.

I think that's it. What do you think?

2 Answers • 7 years ago


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Hm. I don't know, but I am feeling the same way and am 2 dpo. I read this because my dpo are very similar and the symptoms too.
From what I can remember about previous success in pregnancy, even before my missed period, I had sharp pains in the muscles around my uterus. It was almost like the uterus was moving a bit forward, since mine hangs in the back. The heaviness and fullness was there as well, kind of like bloated. When I peed, the muscles would hurt a bit more.

7 years ago

Thanks for your input. I can relate to the muscle aches while peeing, too. I've also had some lower back pain which I forgot to mention for the past 2 days, and today I have a headache but that could be lack of or excess sleep related (had to get up too early this morning and then took a reeeeeally long nap this afternoon). The heaviness/fullness you described sounds like what I'm feeling a lot of the time. It's kind of scary that it's been so regular. I've been having trouble sleeping at night, too... I get uncomfortable on my left side quickly and I seem to have a lot of hot flashes. I'm only in my early 20's so it can't be menopause.. I think :P Anyway, baby dust to you!

7 years ago • Post starter

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