When is the earliest you experience pregnancy symptoms? With my 1st pg, I never had morning sickness. We were trying, but I didn't really feel different in the beginning. I have been off my pill for 3 weeks. My last period was Feb 6th. According to my calculations, I should have been ovulating on Feb 15-17, Last few days I have been nauseated on and off, (but no vomiting), also headache, and a little lightheaded at times. The biggest thing for me is that if feel EXHAUSTED!!! I slept 12 hours last night and still took a 2 hour nap today. Usually I am used to sleeping 6-7-8 hours a night and being okay. Am I just wishful thinking, or could I be?
id say its too soon. im on a 32 day cycle. my last af was feb 7th. im not due to o until the 24th. if you o'd the 15-17 then you either o'd early or have a short cycle. even with a "typical" 28 day cycle you would o on the 20th which is today. it could be you are ovulating right now and your symptoms are due to ovulation. i too get those symptoms during o time. so if you are ttc,,,get to work tonight! lol. good luck.
when I conceived my son, i ovulated early. I remember using the ovulation strips around day 10-14, and it never showed I ovulated, yet I got pregnant that month. So I could have only assumed that I ovulate earlier than day 10-14?????
whenever u get a surge u ovulate 12-36 hrs later i ovulated a day early this cycle its my 3rd cycle since my m/c in nov 06 praying this is my month took an opk cuz i have so many today and it was + so i got my fingers crossed, praying to the God that my bf and i concieved this month and we will have a nov 2007 baby best of luck to u
I don't know the exact dpo calculation, but I can say that two days before my expected AF, I was VERY lightheaded, thirsty and TIRED. Two days later, I tested positive. 21 1/2 weeks later :) I am still lightheaded, thirsty and TIRED :) Good luck!
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