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    Is painful implantation a good thing?

    Well, I am 6dpiui, and I think I implanted last night. I woke up with a sharp pain on my right side. It hurt really bad, even woke me out of a deep sleep. It was only about 3-4 seconds of the sharp pain.

    I know others have experienced implantation pains, my question is it a good thing when it is painful? I haven't been able to find the answer in any postings when I searched.

    Any thoughts?


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    kris7 I have no answer for you really. it would be the first time I have heard of that painful of implantation but everyone is different. Though 6dp is early I was told 9dp but again everyong is differnt. I hope that is what it is a good implantation....finger crossed for you... As for me all I have had is light cramping the last few days and nothing else. mindy


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    The same thing happened to me at 9-11dpo. I had very sharp pains in my side and they only lasted a few seconds. For me it must have been implantation because I just got a + beta!

    I hope this is a BFP for you too!!

    Nancy


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    Thanks ladies - Nancy, I hope so too!!!


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    Kris7
    I had some pains as well 7dpiui and got a positive beta. Also, had major cramping 2 days before and day of I was suppose to get AF. I thought for certain my AF was coming (my temp. even dropped a whole degree!) but it never came!
    Hope this helps.


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    Don't really know, but I've heard that many women feel a little discomfort during implantation. I really just wanted to pop my head in and see how my pal was doing and wish her well.

    I'm sending you many :stickyvib :stickyvib!!!!

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    Smile implantation

    After my first iui yes, i had painful implantation. I took a home pregnancy test today. And i got a postive result. I'm pregnant and i can't believe it. Hooray! My husband and i have been on cloud 9 allday. Please pray that i have a healthy pregnancy.I'm so excited.

    Margaret


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    princes fariy congratulations on your positive today. Heres to your healthy 9 months and a healthy baby. mindy


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