when I conceived my dd I experience a sharp pain and then 90 minutes of nausea on day 9 or 10. I've always thought that is was related to implantation but I had never heard anyone else describe it.
Now I wonder if I'll feel in during my next pregnancy- sort of like an automatic pregnancy test!
I am not currently TTC, but this is my first month charting. AF never showed in February like she should have, I am currently BF my 7 month old so I know that has something to do with it, but anyway, last night while sitting at the computer, I experienced a good 5 minute period were I felt really sick, in fact I thought that I might just throw up the dinner I had no problem eating just 45 minutes earlier. My chart at fertility friend said that I had O'd 7 days ago, I was relieved because DH and I had BD'd the day after I supposively O'd, Well after I entered my info this morning they changed the day they considered my O'ing.......
I'm not sure what all of this means, but now this afternoon, I am not feeling all that well again, after feeling great all day long. I hope this is it for you though, I don't know what to think about myself, but I will not worry about it now....
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I think this is a really interesting question. When I was pregnant with my first I got really sick one day, completely out of the blue. it lasted for less than 24 hours. I was throwing up and kind of shakey/achy. We weren't TTC so it was off my radar, I didn't figure out until much, much later that was the day that implantation would have taken place, given his due date and when we had intercourse, etc. I hadn't ever heard of nausea with implantation until recently. Now we are TTC with #2 and today should be close to implantation time, if I am pregnant, and I woke in the middle of night with very mild cramping and an upset stomach. I have yet to throw up, but I really think I might be experiencing the same thing that I did with #1. Anyway, in a week or so I should know.
So, yes, i do think nausea can take place with implantation and am certain that it did with my first child. if you think about the hormones that start being released at implantation, that could explain it. for me, I have always been extremely sensitive to any change in hormones, no matter how slight.
Hope that helps, good luck!
I have been trying to get pregnant for 3 years with fertility experts. I got pregnant naturally then had a miscarriage in March, 2012. I also had a failed IVF in March, 2013. There is nothing wrong with me physically per the doctor. So, I'm learning not to stress and I'm talking the following drink every day.
8oz whole milk, 3 tablespoon of mac a, 1scoop of wheatgrass, 3gel capsules of royal jelly, 3gel capsules C0Q10, 2gel capsule of vitamin E, 2scoops L-Arginine,1 Zinc tablet add ice and blend. Also take 1 800mcg Folic acid, 1 vitamin c, DHEA 25mg 3x a day and pre-natal
8 oz of whole milk, 3 tablespoon mac a, 1 scoop of wheat grass, 3 gel capsules of royal jelly, 3 gel capsules C0Q10, 1 zinc tablet, 2 vitamin E gel capsules,
2 scoops of E-arginine 5000, add ice and blend. I also take 1 Folic acid tablet