It really depends on the women and pregnancy I think. With my first it was two weeks exactly that I got pregnancy symptoms. The second pregnancy I felt it about a week and a half after ovulation (however I'm not sure if any of it was just in my head or not).
I have heard of a lot of women who want to be pregnant so bad that even a few days after ovulation they "feel" pregnant, sometimes they really are pregnant and swear it was the pregnancy.
How many days past ovulation are you? And what does 2WW mean?
Not crazy:) It is definately different for every woman. I've heard of some women that start getting symptoms within a few days, some who never notice because they're not focussing on it and some who never get any till much, much later. It depends on the amount of extra hormone that is kicking in for the pregnancy and if there is a slight imbalance then symptoms will occur. God Bless!!!
Not crazy. I had some nausea starting at 4 DPO with both of my pregnancies. I didn't have breast tenderness or fatigue until 5 wks, strangely enough. Both times I just knew I was pregnant about 3 days before I got the bfp (and only ever got that same feeling 1 other time in 10 months that turned out to be a bfn).
Hiya, I ovulated on Sunday which was day 17 for me. I have been extremely tired but I'm not getting my hopes up for a baby as I just don't think i will be that lucky this month. But i will be testing on 22nd. x
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