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    pregnant or not???
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    jbrinson2 posted:
    This is our 3rd month TTC, and I used an OPK this go round and got the positive O test this past weekend, I had the usual ovulating crampy feelings and tomorrow should be my implantation day if it happened. I've been having lower back pain and little crampy stretchy feeling in my uterus and ovaries ever since I ovulated, which it usually stops once I'm done ovulating but I've felt like I was going to start my period ever since Tuesday. Are these typical early pregnancy symptoms? Could I really be pregnant?? I hope so!!
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    mrs62610 responded:
    It could be, but I get those feelings almost every month. (I'm figuring it's my PMS.) I'm not trying to dash your hopes because you very well may be pregnant, I'm just saying there is really no way of knowing until you get the positive test. Good luck and I hope you get a positive!
    Me-24 DH-37 TTC 1 for 13 months. 3 rounds of Clomid all BFN's. Waiting for appt with RE June 5th


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