5 Dpo Very Anxious

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Smubear - November 12

Hi I am about 5dpo. I have been having dull aching cramps since 3 dpo and today I have a an achey pains in my back and creamy lotiony CM that doesnt leak out but is up there. The TWW is killing me again. Got BFN last month. Could these aches be signs of pregnancy? Is it really possible to have sypmtoms before implantation?

 

Smubear - November 12

anyone?

 

mom_of_1 - November 12

I dont think I am much help,but I am in the Exact same boat as you! I am 6 dpo today and the last few days have had that dull achey feeling, and today I have LOADS of the creamy white cm. It is thick and I see it anytime I check my cp, which is High again? Weird! I also thought last month was my month but af came anyway! Any other "symptoms"?

 

MAC_33 - November 12

I'm waiting too...7dpo today. Same symptoms too...I had a dull aching very low from 3dpo to 5dpo with a few sharp pinches in my upper pelvis just off to the right a bit on 5dpo. No cramps since then. I became very dizzy with a headache for a few hours yesterday (6dpo). And so far nothing today. Oh yeah and my cm has been increasing everyday but it's very milky. I think that this all has to be from progesterone...not HCG...too early for HCG

 

mjvdec01 - November 12

I know how you feel, I am 9dpo today and I think I am losing my mind. This is our 3rd month ttc. The last two cycles i could have sworn something was up, then AF came. This month... not so much. Last night I could have sworn that there were veins showing on my bb's, and hubby saw them too, but then this morning they are gone. What the heck is that? I am so frustrated.

 

poechrisk - November 12

Hi girls! Well, we all seem to be having very similar symptoms. I'm 7 dpo today, and all morning I've had a pulling sensation in my lower pelvis, also very wet down there. For a while I'd wondered if I'd peed myself! lol. MJ - My veins are a lot lighter today too! If I look closely I can still see them, but not prominent like last night. I'm wondering if they get more prominent at night. Like our bodies are more relaxed or something... We should both check again tonight!

 

poechrisk - November 12

Also, Mac is right. I've read many times that it's the progesterone that causes these early symptoms, so it's completely possible!

 

MAC_33 - November 12

Can progesterone also cause liquid to come from your b___st? I just finished drying off from my shower and when I squeezed my bbs I had a yellowish liquid come out. Is that normal?

 

mjvdec01 - November 12

Poechrisk- I just don't know what to think.

 

mjvdec01 - November 12

MAC- that sounds like colustrum. I had it very very early in my first pregnancy. How exciting! :}

 

MAC_33 - November 12

I don't remember getting any colustrum in my first pregnancy until like the 7th or 8th month! Isn't 7dpo too early?

 

mjvdec01 - November 12

I had colustrum at 16dpo with my daughter, not a lton, but defintely there.

 

MAC_33 - November 12

I think it's a good sign but I'm not convinced that its just not another pms sign....ughh! I hope the next 7 days pa__s quickly!!!

 

mjvdec01 - November 12

I don't know what the effects of progesterone are when it comes to bb's

 

mjvdec01 - November 12

My AF is expected between the 15th and the 18th, and I am dreading it. Dh will be out of town and I'll be alone.

 

poechrisk - November 12

Mac - If you're 7 dpo, it's possible you already implanted and you're putting out HCG? That might cause the colostrum. I'm not completely sure about that. However, I do know that with bb's it's not the preogesterone, but the estrogen. My Montgomery glands are very noticeable right now, and that's caused by estrogen. I suppose a sudden combination of HCG and estrogen could cause colostrum? MJ - I just read that at night our bodies get warmer and that makes veins rise to the surface. Learn something new everyday. But, I've never had veins on my bbs before, night or day. So I'm taking this as a good sign! You can't see any trace?

 

poechrisk - November 12

I'm sorry your dh isn't going to be there, but we'll be here for you whenever you want to talk! Also, Mac, I've never heard of colostrum as a PMS symptom!

 

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