How soon after you conceive do you start having pregnancy symptoms?
Righ now I am 10 dpo and my breast has been really sore and tender since friday. Yesterday I had a slight nausea and my temp is 98.50, and the cervical mucus is thick and tacky, very similar to the fertile times. I just hope that these so called pregnancy symptoms are not the pre-menstrual symptoms.
When I was pg I took a test at 10dpo b/c I was very queasy for 2 days straight. It was bfp. The bbs kicked in for me very shortly after. Now every time my stomach is a little off, I check the calendar, lol.
I am right there with you! I am on day 21 of my cycle (28 day cycle) and I have had the sore BB feeling, the come and go nausea, a different CM - almost like O time. It's really unfair that period symptoms are the same as preggo symptoms! I'm sure lovely Aunt Flo will be visiting me next week - the ugly ogre that she is!! I hope all of your symptoms are signs of great things to come for you!! :)
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