How soon do symptoms begin?

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  1. moonpiesb

    moonpiesb Well-Known Member

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    How soon do pg symptoms begin? I have felt "cruddy" most of the afternoon. I don't know if it is because AF is due tomorrow and my nerves are on edge or what, but I just haven't felt good this afternoon. I have had a headache, and slight heartburn. Do you think this is nerves or can symptoms really start this early? I also feel warm. I have had no nausea, no darkening of bbs (nipples) to speak of, and no other symptoms. What do you think?


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  2. Sarah W Baby Belly

    Sarah W Baby Belly Well-Known Member

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    My symptoms began just 6-7 days after ovulation with the spotting, closely followed by sore nipples and slight nausea and also feeling a bit tired.

    If you think you do feel 'different', then it may be worth doing a test at your next missed period. I know I certainly felt different to normal very quickly

    best of luck
     
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    I definately felt different too - I just knew it. Obv I hve funny feelings like sore bbs and slight tummy cramps but I thought it was AF due (although normally don't get these). But my cerix was very high I could barely feel it and the test came out positive! Good luck xx
     
  4. Stacyt

    Stacyt Well-Known Member

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    My symptoms began straight after ovulation. My nipples were extremely sore for 2 weeks and then I did the test and got a BFP and the symptoms came flooding (tiredness, nausea etc). good luck sx
     

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