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An implantation cause back pain?
For me it sure did. Everyone is different and some women never even know they are pregnant till after their period is scheduled to arrive. Here are my symptoms:
Best of luck to you
- Feb 6 AF was here
- Deed on 15th and 17th
- Ovulation might have happened the 18th
- feb 23 pain in lower left abdomen that wrapped around my back (I think this was implantation pain. Had to bend over a while since I couldn't stand up straight
- since feb 23 awful pain in my back and all the way down to the back of my knee (sounds like sciatic pain)
- HPT on march 1st at only three weeks and got a positive result.
- Blood work confirmed pregnancy on same day at docs office
- Still have pain in my back
Best of luck to you
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