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    Default Silly Question ..... Vibrating Uterus???

    This is probably a very weird question ......

    I am off to the doctor today for a blood test to confirm possible pregnancy as my urine tests are coming up as BFN although AF is 6 days late. In the 16 years I have been getting AF, I have never even been a day late.



    On and off during the TWW (which has now been three weeks) I have had feelings of a humming or a slight vibrating in my uterus/cervix. They started off every second day and now I am getting it almost hourly for about 5 seconds at a time. I thought it was just my imagination to start with but it is definitely there!

    Has this happened to anyone else?

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    Hi there,

    Sorry i can't help you out with that one, but i just wanted to say i am thinking of you and hope everything goes well at the Dr's today.

    Hope you get your BFP soon!!!

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    Thank you very much Westy.

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    Hello, I noticed this a month before I got my BFP. I assumed it was an energetic sensation of the sacral chakra opening up and getting reading to supply energy for an impending PG. It was quite a strong buzzing sound and I noticed it most about 4 weeks before we actually conceived.

    Not a scientific explanation but one that makes sense to me !

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    Thank you Marydean - very interesting. I dont hear a sound though, just a sensation. It is happening about every 20 minutes now and know that I'm not imagining it.

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    Sorry, I can't help Tonydayl. Hope the Dr was able to give you some answers. And hope you get your BFP too!

    SusanT

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    Sorry I just edited 'sound' to 'sensation' - there was definitely no noise involved!! LOL preggy brain I s'pose...

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    I had that feeling right before getting my BFP with this baby.
    Fingers crossed that you will be seeing a BFP soon

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    I've had "flickering" sensations very low in abdomen/?uterus about 2-3 days before end of my cycle the last few months (maybe noticing it more now I'm charting). I've had BFNs, but it did make me wonder if a fertilised egg was knocking at the door, so to speak. I like Marydean's explaination !

    Mardean - do you do yoga/meditation or something like that? I do ashtanga yoga so it can be kind of full-on - i'm still not used to focussing my mind as I'm too focussed on the effort it all takes !!!
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    Hi Deni

    I thought the exact same thing (about the fertilised egg trying to implant). This month (although it is only my first month) I felt extremely tired, moderately nauseous, sore bb's and dizzy and AF was 7 days late whereas it is ALWAYS on time every month.

    The blood test came back negative (and I got AF two hours later) so I thought the egg may have fertilised but just couldn't get a grip ..... oh well, next month hopefully.

    Thank you all for your insight ......

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