Your take on implantation cramping?
I'm only 2dp5dt, so right in the beginning of my 2WW and feeling very positive and chilled. I'm sure that will change as time goes on!
I have no symptoms at all, real or imagined, and hope that I can keep the obsession at bay for a while longer. That said, I am just wondering about implantation cramping because I had never heard of it before I came to this forum.
Does is usually happen the day after transfer? How many people actually get it?
I usually don't cramp much at all so I didn't expect to feel it, I guess I'm just interested to know more about it. I'd be interested in anyone's opinion.
TTC since April 2009, broody since forever.
Me (34): Diaphragmatic & pelvic endo (S3), septate uterus, hostile CM, early ovarian ageing.
DH (34): mixed reviews re: morphology (7%), but mostly thumbs up.
Vitalab Dr. G <3
4-8/2010: IVP; 2xHSG; IUI BFN; 1 laparoscopy; 3x hysteroscopies
9,10,11/2010 medicated cycles BFNs
Feb 2011: IVF#1 (w/IL & acupuncture) 2x 5D embryos BFN
April 2011: IVF#2 converted to IUI w/IL BFN
May, June, July: DHEA & Pycnogenal therapy
July 2011: IVF#3 (w/IL & acupuncture) 3x 5D embryos BFP!!!
11/13/15DP5DT betas 327/647/1579
It's a BOY ( :
Obstetrician: Dr Rene van Rensburg: Sandton Clinic
Complications: compromised uterus (from hysteroscopies); incompetent cervix (stitched); complete placenta previa (grade 4).
Beautiful baby James born 5 April 2012 | C-section | 36w3d | 2.6kg
Impossible to be happier!
Spontaneous BFP 8/7/2013 !!!
DHEA & Pycnogenal
5 week (15DPO) beta 2800
7 week scan saw a beautiful little heartbeat <3
12 week scan all good: cervix stitched
EDD Feb / March 2014
Still feels too good to be true.