just wanted to ask you all however it sounds like a silly question.
i ovulated a week ago and in the last 2 days ive felt 'different' i have a continous ache in my lower abdomen area! has anyone else felt this? i also feel nausous but have a really good appetite and seem to be eating more than i normally would.
is my mind playing tricks as surely its far too early for any symptoms???
I had cramps but then discovered this weekend that I probably have stomach flu (has gone now). It's a bug going around the UK apparently and loads of people have called NHS Direct with unusual cramping so a bit bummed cos all my cramping etc is probably down to this bug, annoying!
PS. In answer to your question, I've heard of people getting symptoms as soon as egg is fertilised cos certain hormones are activated. But implantation, where the 'embryo' sinks into the womb lining, is when symptoms are said to kick in - so 7-10 dpo. x
I had tingly breasts from about 5/6DPO for a few days then 1 spell of nausea on 8DPO then extreme tiredness from about 9DPO followed by about 11DPO. I also noticed I was going to the loo more from about 10DPO. Since my BFP my main symptom has been feeling ridiculously exhausted!!!
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