symptoms...how early?

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  1. anns

    anns Well-Known Member

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    ladies,,
    How early can we expect pregnancy symptoms? do any one know what will be the very first sign of pregnancy?please share your experience ....I am 3 dpo now. my nipples are sore from the day of ovulation.no other symptoms so far...
     
  2. JASMAK

    JASMAK Mom of three

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    Sore full breasts, peeing, and tiredness for me.
     
  3. Angelmarie

    Angelmarie 3 cats, 2 boys, DP & bump

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    Both times I was pregnant the main thing I had was sore bbs... first time I got really tired too.

    Good luck!!! :happydance:
     
  4. tickledpink

    tickledpink Mum to Zachary <3

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    I've been wondering the same thing... I'm about 7 or 8dpo and I've had sore boobs since 1dpo. Last couple of days I've been peeing and burping alot :blush: Had a few twinges in my side yesterday afternoon but nothing since... today I feel incredibly tired and can't be bothered to do anything. Also had a lump in the back of my throat for a day or two and keep getting a queasy feeling. Did I mention headaches?? Of course my OH could be right and I could be imagining it all :dohh: Oops! Nearly forgot the backache. Might be nothing but it's weird, it's not like AF cramps, it's more like a pain as if I've pulled a muscle or something...

    Looking forward to seeing some more answers on this!
     
  5. juliespencer9

    juliespencer9 Well-Known Member

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    maybe u should test in about 6 days, tescos tests are good, it showed up for me when i was 12 or 13 dpo. fingers crossed
     
  6. MommyMichele

    MommyMichele Mom to 2 girls and 4 boys

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    Supposedly morning sickness can kick in around 7 dpo. that's according to another boards pregnancy calendar.
     
  7. rachelle1975

    rachelle1975 And then there were 3!!

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    if you look in the TTC forum hun there is a big thread with all the different symptoms which might help, or have a look on the two week wait website! always good to pour over the symptoms on that!! xx
     
  8. tickledpink

    tickledpink Mum to Zachary <3

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    I didn't think morning sickness was until much later in to the pregnancy :huh: The OH said me feeling queasy was nothing to do with early symptoms, I was probably just tired... yes, i am tired, but this isn't that kind of queasy... IYKWIM :p

    Any more symnptoms, Anns??
     
  9. classyburd

    classyburd Mummy to Archie

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    I noticed my sense of smell was super sensitive as my first symptom.

    Didnt really notice anymore symptoms until after my BFP
     
  10. anns

    anns Well-Known Member

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    I am 5dpo now. nipples are still sore..to add to it yesterday I got pain in the left side(near ovary)..that was a pain like that of ovulation. Then during night if elt some pain in the pelvic area too.Don't know these are symptoms or not....I am tired also. normally I hate to sleep in the afternoon.But for the last two days I am sleeping for 2-3 hours in the afternoon with my #1.


    I too read in some other boards that 5dpo is too early to get any symptoms....
     

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