Anybody ever feel sick after ovulation? I spotted possibly a day after ovulation, which was yesterday. I normally don't spot at O. Today I feel nauseous and I know darn well you cannot get pregnancy symptoms this early, I'm only on CD15. I know normal implantation is usually about 5-10 days after O. I'm sure it's all in my mind because of wishful thinking. But please humor me LOL.
Here's my story:
CD11-Forgot to test
CD12-Only day BD'd that week - Forgot to test again -BBT Lowered
CD13- +OPK early afternoon - (Possibly O'd)- BBT High
CD14-(Possibly O'd)-Pink Spotting, cramps, sore breasts -BBT high
CD15- Nausea, sore breasts, sensitive smell -BBT high
I usually ovulate the next day after +OPK but I forgot to test and thought I might have caught the end of the surge and O'd on same day?? I usually get the sore breasts and cramps each month but it's never this bad right after ovulation and the nausea and spotting never happened before. Anybody ever have this after O?
This question is for anyone who can answer. I didn't not know I was ovulating yesterday and my husband and I had sex oct 14 and twice 15 unprotected. I took another Otest today and it said I was still O. is there a chance I'll get pregnant? Also can an Otest pick the HCG?
Patty, I don't know about anything that's typical :) Thru this whole process I have been anything but...however, this month, I have been crazy sick since the day after I ovulated! My bbs have hurt SO bad, that it pains me to wear a bra (I am not a big girl...size NEGATIVE A LOL:)), when I lift my arms or walk...the only time they hurt like this was when I was pg in Jan. *ended in mc :(
I HAVE to eat a muffin or biscuit in the morning to settle my stomach and I have been CRAZY constipated...
pleaseee someone help i had sex with my partner and did the deed on the 28th 30th and 31st of may and i came on the 2nd of june at 2.45 but on the morning i was sick acidy and now i dont feel meself everytime i touch my belly i get a funny feeling :| im sure its all in my head my bellys really hard aswell :/
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