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  1. Eve says:

    The onset and degree of pregnancy symptoms will vary within women. others take a few weeks before pregnancy symptoms kick in and a lucky few feel Skipping meals or going too long without eating may cause you to feel dizzy or faint.

  2. Elissa says:

    First of all, dont be silly – its really not as easy to get pregnant as people think. The only thing is – that the one time you would get pregnant – well its a really serious thing when it does happen. But, Ive been pregnant 5 times and sometimes, I knew it on the day that I was supposed to begin my next period – within about 14 days I started having lightheadedness, nausea – but other pregnancies I didnt feel any different for 6 -8 weeks. It can be different with every person and with every pregnancy. But, if you have regular 28 day cycles then you can predict when its most likely to happen by counting 14 days after the 1st day of your last period and 2-3 days around that time is the most likely time to get pregnant. Some women experience a whitish discharge which the body produces when you ovulate. That discharge protects the sperm from the normally very negative ph of the vagina that normally kills off sperm. When you have that kind of a discharge – you know – its a very likely time. I wouldnt be too scared. Wait 4 weeks and a home pregnancy test will give you a good result. You dont want to take an early pregnancy test because you can get a false negative or a false positive from a very early miscarriage. Dont confuse the issue and stress yourself out by running to the doctor or trying to get an answer too soon. Use a pregnancy test with an eye dropper and a cartridge rather than the dipstick which is prone to error and always check the package of HPTs for the expiration date. I found after using many different kinds and having both false positives and false negatives that the cartridge test by walgreens is the best. Ive found its much less stressful to perform the test at the right time with the best kind of test rather than take my chances and have that awful feeling of not being sure or having to go to the doctor about it and feel foolish. But the doctor can always do a blood test which is totally proof positive.

  3. Sylvia says:

    How long after inplantation do the pregnancy symptoms start? How long after inplantation do the pregnancy symptoms start, and what are the symptoms? Do most women experience

  4. Mui says:

    Some women experience pregnancy symptoms as early as 2 weeks after conception. They will start out with nausea which is caused by the hormone levels changing in your body and then some women will experience fatigue and breast soreness. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/when_do_pregnancy_symptoms_start

  5. Malika says:

    Some women report having symptoms of pregnancy within 3 weeks of conception. They are tired, tender breasts, and have morning sickness. I didn’t know for the first 2 months that I was pregnant. I had no symptoms other than a missed period! More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/when_do_symptoms_of_pregnancy_start

  6. Soledad says:

    Pregnancy symptoms can start as early as eight days following ovulation. But, keep in mind when symptoms appear is on a case by case basis and varies among women. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/how_early_do_pregnancy_symptoms_start

  7. Devorah says:

    Some women experience signs or symptoms of pregnancy within a week of conception. For others it may be a few weeks or not at all.

  8. Connie says:

    Some women do get a little concerned when their breasts cease to feel sore, especially during the first three months of pregnancy, How Long Does Breast Tenderness Last In Early Pregnancy? Take note of any other symptoms that occur. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/about_4671949_breast-soreness-start-pregnancy.html

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