feeling in uterus during 2WW ?

feeling in uterus during 2WW ?

Dee
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August 31st, 2012, 7:28 pm #1

Should someone in the 2WW already be feeling their uterus grow/expand? Or would that happen later on in a pregnancy? I know some bloating can cause expansion, but I am referring to actually FEELING the expansion happen.
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August 31st, 2012, 8:10 pm #2

No you wouldn't feel the uterus expand as the embryo is microscopic at this point. Some feel nothing during the 2WW while others can feel cramps or pinching. It's all individual.

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August 31st, 2012, 8:11 pm #3

Should someone in the 2WW already be feeling their uterus grow/expand? Or would that happen later on in a pregnancy? I know some bloating can cause expansion, but I am referring to actually FEELING the expansion happen.
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September 1st, 2012, 5:46 am #4

Should someone in the 2WW already be feeling their uterus grow/expand? Or would that happen later on in a pregnancy? I know some bloating can cause expansion, but I am referring to actually FEELING the expansion happen.
I always felt 'something' but don't know what caused it. Wishing you luck.
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September 2nd, 2012, 5:27 pm #5

No you wouldn't feel the uterus expand as the embryo is microscopic at this point. Some feel nothing during the 2WW while others can feel cramps or pinching. It's all individual.
I suppose it is still microscopic at this point, but I think the last time I had a bfp, I felt lots of pings and stretching....probably around the 4th week or so. My abdomen is pretty quiet, except the other day had a brief "buzzing" sensation down low in my uterus. It could have been my imagination, or something else.
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September 3rd, 2012, 6:21 am #6

Should someone in the 2WW already be feeling their uterus grow/expand? Or would that happen later on in a pregnancy? I know some bloating can cause expansion, but I am referring to actually FEELING the expansion happen.
I didn't have any pregnancy symptoms until I became nauseous at six weeks.
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September 6th, 2012, 3:46 am #7

Should someone in the 2WW already be feeling their uterus grow/expand? Or would that happen later on in a pregnancy? I know some bloating can cause expansion, but I am referring to actually FEELING the expansion happen.
Hi ya,
I initially felt spaced out in the head but you could prob put this down to the meds. I felt like I was mentally underwater.
I felt the moment of implantation. I was sitting on the couch and I think I levitated hahah. I thought 'what the heck was that'. I transferred two blastocysts and this was around 8 hours after the transfer.

I did feel like there was something happening, a kind of warmth. I felt the 'expanding' (no other way to describe it). I never thought 'oh nothing is happening at all I just know it'.
From the minute of transfer I thought 'eh oh I think this has worked and someone is onboard'. I didn't feel 'alone' anymore.

It all sounds quite wacky now ahaha. I also cried because someone I knew was having an operation and I was scared and worried for her. She is such a lovely person. When her mom saw me cry she laughed and laughed and said 'you are pregnant'. I laughed and cried at the same time.
She was right.
best to you and best of luck, THK.
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