How Soon Can You Get Symptoms

17 Replies
SAA - August 21

Can a headache be an early sign? Hubby and I have been trying. I woke up today with kind of a headache and felt kind of hungover without having a drop of alcohol. Could this me hormone changes? I never get headaches with a twinge of nausea. Could it actiall;y be possible to have symptoms within a few days??

 

my - August 21

I believe you have to have implantation before you can have any symptoms. Do you know how long it has been since you ovulaled? Implantation is usually 7-10 days after coneiving during ovulation.

 

deanne - August 21

that is not always true because every woman is different...with my first pregnancy I experienced symtoms before implantation...

 

Kimberly - August 21

I also think it would be very early to have any symptoms.

 

SAA - August 21

I would think if you are pretty in tune with your body...and I am. That it might be possible to feel different. I guess I will just have to wait and see. Thanks for all your helpful thoughts...it really does help regardles of the outcome. :)

 

Kimberly - August 21

Good Luck SAA be sure and post results when and if you test!!

 

Kristin - August 21

Hi I am new to this and I dont really know how to type in my questions but here it goes... I am on day 34, I cant exactly tell you how long my cycles are because they jump around, usually 30 days, so I had a tinge of blood 2 days ago like the implantation bleeding? def not a period. I am very nauseous when doing certain things, today I was driving and I thought i was going to pa__s out! Also my biggest question is I have somewhat of a cramping going on with a lot of creamy cm, which is almost like ovulating all over again, I am very confused and we have been trying for almost a year, The cramping is my biggest concern, and its not constant. Anyone who has also had these symptoms please tell me your outcome, also i tested and it was a negative at 30 days in cycle. thanks

 

Kristin - August 21

it says pdonkey out, its supposed to be pa__s out!! I dont know how that happened... lol

 

K - August 21

Kristin....Read the post t_tled "Can you break the code". It will explain how the donkey thing happened.

 

Kimberly - August 21

Kristin, Do you chart your temps or use OPKs to help know when you ovulate??

 

betty - August 22

i had unprotected s_x, i feel i was pregnant, but i still have my normal monthly period. and it is getting to 3 months that i have been having this experience. so i wish to know what should be the problem with me.

 

betty - August 22

i had an abortion a year and the half ago. this time around, i am trying to get pregnant. though me and my fiancee are staying a together but we make sure to do our best by trying all the time during my fertile period to noavail. i don't know if i will never have a child agian or what really should be my problem. Because if i don't this year, i don't think my wedding will hold. so please try to help me out. you can even reach me through my email [email protected] so that i can ask more questions if need be. thanks and hope to hear from you soon.

 

Lumina - August 22

Kristin, I too felt nauseaus while driving my car a few times. It actually has happened to me 3 times in the past three weeks where I felt I was going to get sick from the motion. I was supposed to see a/f on saturday, but still no sign of it. I tested on saturday morning and got a negative answer. Let me know what your outcome is. Baby dust to ya!!

 

Deisy - September 1

The onset and degree of pregnancy symptoms will vary within women. Many women experience them within days of conception, others take a few weeks before pregnancy symptoms kick in and a lucky few feel no discomfort at all. The early pregnancy symptoms listed on this page generally can be felt once implantation occurs (8 - 10 days from ovulation) and will lessen after the first trimester. It is frustrating to realize that many pregnancy symptoms are very similar to those that occur right before menstruating. However, combined with high temperatures and a longer luteal phase - they are key indications that you have achieved pregnancy success! Nausea & Vomiting Nausea and vomiting may come as early as a week into the pregnancy. Many women experience illness in the morning (morning sickness), some in the afternoon or evening, others feel feel nausea throughout the entire day. There is no explanation as to why pregnant women feel this or even a solution as to how to prevent it - however, eating small frequent meals, and snacking on saltine crackers seems to give some kind of relief. Eating a protein/carboy hydrate at bedtime (try an apple and a gla__s of milk) tends to lessen the nausea that occurs in the morning. Breast Tenderness Breasts may be very tender, swollen and start to enlarge. Many times the veins within the b___st will become more visible. Your nipples may start to darken in color, become more erect and be extremely sensitive. These symptoms are due to increasing amount of HCG hormone that begins at implantation. Frequent Urination Pregnancy causes the uterus to swell and it will start to enlarge for the growing fetus immediately. The uterus puts pressure on your bladder making you feel the need for more frequent urination. Many women start to feel this symptom within a week or two after pregnancy has occurred. Feeling Tired / Sluggish This one is pretty obvious. When pregnant your body is going through some major hormonal changes. HCG levels alone go from 0 - 250,000 mIU/ml in just twelve weeks. Your temperature is also higher due to the amount progesterone circulating through your body which will also make you feel a little sluggish. Light Bleeding Light bleeding (spotting) may occur approximately 8 - 10 days from ovulation. It usually happens around the same time you would have gotten your menstrual period. Some women a__sume they have started their period when in fact they are pregnant. The spotting is caused from implantation which is when the fertilized egg burrows into the endometrial lining. Dizziness and/or Fainting When standing in one place you may feel dizzy or even faint. The growing uterus compresses major arteries in your legs which causes your blood pressure to drop making you extremely light headed. Skipping meals or going too long without eating may cause you to feel dizzy or faint. When not eating frequently enough it causes low blood sugar. Blood sugar is the primary source of food for your baby so it will be depleted much more quickly. Constipation Pregnancy hormones will slow down bowel functions to give maximum absorption time of vitamins and nutrients. Unfortunately, this symptom usually only gets worse as the pregnancy progresses. Irritability Raging hormones are the cause of this...along with having to put up with all the other symptoms. This symptom should decrease soon into the second trimester but until then, a healthy diet, moderate exercise and plenty of sleep should help the crabbiness somewhat. Heartburn The uterus is very swollen and starts to push upward as it grows. The increasing levels of HCG will also slow down digestion making your stomach not empty as fast which increases the stomach acid. Uncomfortable - But Well Worth It! After your precious baby arrives, you will soon forget the bouts of nausea and the discomfort you are now experiencing.

 

betty - September 2

I have gone to the hospital and the doctor have told me that my tubes have some blockage that can't carry to fertilised egg to the wurm. so really i wish to know the type of drugs that i can buy in any drug shop to clear this blockages. if this blockages had to be, there is should be for a year and 3 months because i had a pregnacy and i did abortion. so please can any body help me out and tell me what excatly i can take to get my tubes mantain and clean? in other to have my dream baby successfully? Thanks to every body you can aswell send me the message to my mail box [email protected]

 

Deisy - September 2

The onset and degree of pregnancy symptoms will vary within women. Many women experience them within days of conception, others take a few weeks before pregnancy symptoms kick in and a lucky few feel no discomfort at all. The early pregnancy symptoms listed on this page generally can be felt once implantation occurs (8 - 10 days from ovulation) and will lessen after the first trimester. It is frustrating to realize that many pregnancy symptoms are very similar to those that occur right before menstruating. However, combined with high temperatures and a longer luteal phase - they are key indications that you have achieved pregnancy success! Nausea & Vomiting Nausea and vomiting may come as early as a week into the pregnancy. Many women experience illness in the morning (morning sickness), some in the afternoon or evening, others feel feel nausea throughout the entire day. There is no explanation as to why pregnant women feel this or even a solution as to how to prevent it - however, eating small frequent meals, and snacking on saltine crackers seems to give some kind of relief. Eating a protein/carboy hydrate at bedtime (try an apple and a gla__s of milk) tends to lessen the nausea that occurs in the morning. Breast Tenderness Breasts may be very tender, swollen and start to enlarge. Many times the veins within the b___st will become more visible. Your nipples may start to darken in color, become more erect and be extremely sensitive. These symptoms are due to increasing amount of HCG hormone that begins at implantation. Frequent Urination Pregnancy causes the uterus to swell and it will start to enlarge for the growing fetus immediately. The uterus puts pressure on your bladder making you feel the need for more frequent urination. Many women start to feel this symptom within a week or two after pregnancy has occurred. Feeling Tired / Sluggish This one is pretty obvious. When pregnant your body is going through some major hormonal changes. HCG levels alone go from 0 - 250,000 mIU/ml in just twelve weeks. Your temperature is also higher due to the amount progesterone circulating through your body which will also make you feel a little sluggish. Light Bleeding Light bleeding (spotting) may occur approximately 8 - 10 days from ovulation. It usually happens around the same time you would have gotten your menstrual period. Some women a__sume they have started their period when in fact they are pregnant. The spotting is caused from implantation which is when the fertilized egg burrows into the endometrial lining. Dizziness and/or Fainting When standing in one place you may feel dizzy or even faint. The growing uterus compresses major arteries in your legs which causes your blood pressure to drop making you extremely light headed. Skipping meals or going too long without eating may cause you to feel dizzy or faint. When not eating frequently enough it causes low blood sugar. Blood sugar is the primary source of food for your baby so it will be depleted much more quickly. Constipation Pregnancy hormones will slow down bowel functions to give maximum absorption time of vitamins and nutrients. Unfortunately, this symptom usually only gets worse as the pregnancy progresses. Irritability Raging hormones are the cause of this...along with having to put up with all the other symptoms. This symptom should decrease soon into the second trimester but until then, a healthy diet, moderate exercise and plenty of sleep should help the crabbiness somewhat. Heartburn The uterus is very swollen and starts to push upward as it grows. The increasing levels of HCG will also slow down digestion making your stomach not empty as fast which increases the stomach acid. Uncomfortable - But Well Worth It! After your precious baby arrives, you will soon forget the bouts of nausea and the discomfort you are now experiencing.

 

nicola - September 3

i have missed my period for a week now and my b___sts are sore and i am very moodt and i am going to the toilet alot

 

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