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    Hi I have a question. I know when you get pregnant you have (or some have) implantation bleeding. Well is there such a thing as implantation pain? Like sharp little stabs in your pelvic area? It doesn’t really hurt it’s just uncomfortable. Kinda like VERY mild period cramps. And also when would I feel those? What I mean is if there is such a thing how long after I got pregnant would I feel it?



    That was actually one of MY tip offs! Sharp pains in the corner of my thigh(like there the ovarys should be?). As well as sharp pains in the brests. Although the brest pain hasn’t continued. The other pains turned into a sensation i can only describe as my ovarys saying "I’M HERE!" LoL




    twice of the three times I’ve been (or am) pregnant, I’ve had implantation pains. That would happen 4-10 days after conception, which should be 18-24 days after the first day of your last period, assuming a 28-day cycle. Otherwise, sometimes you’ll have some pains from ligaments (the ones that support your uterus and control the meeting of your spine and pelvic girdle) that need to stretch and are responding to a pregnancy hormone, relaxin. Those are usually to one side or another, though. How far are you in your pregnancy? Could these be Braxton-Hicks contractions (your uterus warming up for the big day)?

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