Is It Possable

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17withquestions - May 14

i already feel sick. its only been a week. so i guess my q is.. can it start sooner? or am freakin out?

 

Emma2 - May 15

You question is vague! what exactly does it mean its only been a week? and what can start sooner? and what is it that youre freaking over?

 

Grandpa Viv - May 15

Quite a few women start feeling early signs of preg a week after ovulation. That is when the fertilized egg (blastocyte) starts to make itself at home in the uterus. Mild feelings of nausea is a sign for some. There are many others. See http://www.ppowb.org/gv/signs.htm and good luck!

 

Emma2 - May 15

I disagree with everything Grandpa Viv says in this post. You clearly are not a woman and have never felt pregnancy and I find it hard to believe 1 week after conception you would anything of the sort. What you would feel is more like PMS. I think most times your very good with your responses but not this time.

 

linds99 - May 15

I actually agree with Emma2, I've been closely monitoring my post ovulation signs for the last 5 months (never been pregnant) but I get sore b___bs right at ovulation, dizziness about a week before AF, increased hunger a few days after ovulation, and major wetness a week before AF. I really think these symptoms that women get are actually progesterone produced during the luteal phase...not really from pregnancy.

 

Celia - May 15

Well this is my 2nd pregnancy and I'll have to say that with both, I did start showing symptom's about a week after ovulation. I monitored my cm, temps and all "sypmtoms" for almost a year and my pg symptom's were not my "normal" monthly symptoms for AF. Nausea is caused by HCG AND ESTROGEN so it's possible for that to come before you have enough hcg to detect on a hpt. My mom always knew within days of ovulating if she was pregnant, she showed symptoms immediately. To say a woman cannot show symptom's that early is just untrue. Just because some don't, doesn't mean that it applies to all women.

 

Emma2 - May 15

Very small percentage of women. So it is safe to say that the majority do not feel anything until fully implanted but progesterone. The average women implants 9.1 days after conception.

 

Celia - May 15

I personally am not a Dr, so I can't say that it's just a small percentage of women that experience early symptoms. I do know from reading over these threads the past year that it happens alot. 17, if your only a week past ovulation, wait till closer to time for AF and take a test. You could be pregnant or you could be feeling symptoms of AF. Just really no way to tell for sure until you get a + test. Good luck!

 

UnLuckyLady1903 - May 15

is it possible to ovulate as late as day 40 in your cycle ? is it possible to have ovulation pain twice and not know which day you ovulated? both 2 weeks apart?

 

linds99 - May 15

If you ovulate twice, it would be within 24 hours of each other. So no, you wouldn't be having ovulation pains a week later or two weeks later...Yes, it is possible to ovulate late in your cycle, especially if you have PCOS or a hormonal imbalance. Celia, honestly, in my opinion, alot of the symptoms are progesterone related symptoms (which dominates during the luteal phase and pregnancy -not estrogen as you had indicated. Progesterone keeps the body warm and is higher than estrogen during this period and in pregnancy.

 

linds99 - May 15

HCG does cause symptoms, but that doesn't occur until after implantation, which Emma2 is right, could be 10 days post ovulation by the time it starts showing in the blood.

 

linds99 - May 15

Progesterone levels during the luteal phase and in early pregnancy are important. They could sometimes make or break a pregnancy if they are too low and estrogen is too high. So I think that some women who have less progesterone in their body during this period and more estrogen may have less pregnancy symptoms, but if progesterone is sufficient and high, I would think that is why some women get hot during their luteal phase, feel dizzy since they are producing more blood (either getting ready for baby or for AF) and have sicky feelings...not to mention sore b___bs. Our bodies automatically kick in after the egg releases to prepare for a baby...and when the baby aint there by the end of the luteal phase, progesterone diminishes temps lower and estrogen takes over and we get AF.

 

Emma2 - May 15

UnLuckyLady1903 , no you cant ovulate 2 times in a 2 week span. You need to shed your lining before ovulating once again. Ovulation at day 40 sounds awfully abnormal as well.

 

UnLuckyLady1903 - May 15

no im not asking if i ovulated twice im asking which day is most likely day 25 or day 40 i had ovulation pains on both accounts which is not abnormal for me and ewcm on both accounts this cycle is really not normal for me i think i o;d later than usual i know ovulatin twice is impossible. and no i havnt had a period in 40 days which is not normal i also had s_x 2 weeks ago on the day i had ewcm is this highly possible that im pregnant?

 

Celia - May 15

HCG is not the only hormone that causes symptoms during pregnancy. From my personal experience with both of my pregnancies my symptoms that started a week after ovulation was different than my normal symptoms and I was right on the head each time knowing I was pregnant before a test showed. Progesterone is a dominate hormone that plays a big role during your cycle when pregnant or not pregnant but after dealing with months of morning sickness and begging my Dr for some relief, I have learned (from my OB) that the estrogen plays a big part in the morning sickness also. I started showing pregnancy symptoms at 6dpo and had my bfp at 11dpo this pregnancy.

 

Emma2 - May 15

Ovulation pain is not a good indicator that its actually happening. CM is also not reliable. Are you usually late for AF?

 

linds99 - May 15

Most likely you ovulated on CD 24 (i usually ovulate on CD 20-24), but I have a hormonal imbalance. Anyway, of course there is a chance you are pregnant but there is a chance AF also is on its way too. You just don't know unless you take a test, have high temps for 18 days after ovulation or get a progesterone and HCG blood test.

 

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