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Is three days past ovulation too early to feel pregnancy symptoms such as sore breasts and tightness in your stomach?


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2011-09-13 10:31:02
2011-09-13 10:31:02

I had sore breasts 2 days after conception in all 3 pregnancies, and nausea as well in the latter 2.

Answerno its not to early i had ovulated and gotten pregnant very quickly all 4 times, and the day after i started ovulatin i knew i was pregant all 4 times because my breast were sore around the armpit and you can feel you uterus kinda swell adn i started gettig morning sickness very early too

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Answerso happy to hear the soreness aorund the armpits is normal . i am still showing negative but i KNOW i JUST KNOW i am pregnant....

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