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    Default Could I be Pregnant?

    I am feeling so sick this morning. Terrible nausea, sitting on the train wondering if I am going to vomit. Wondering if it's happening??? I only O today or yesterday but was not sure if when the egg attaches do you get symptoms like this? Is it a sign? Any advice welcomed!! Xx

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    Are you saying you ovulate today (O)? If that is the case then its too early. Once fertilization occurs (usually within 24 hours of Ov) it takes several days to get to the uterus and implant. Got this from google:
    Between 5 and 8 days after fertilization, the blastocyst attaches to the lining of the uterus, usually near the top. This process, called implantation, is completed by day 9 or 10.
    HCG starts being produced during implanation. (HCG is, in theory, what makes you feel nauseous). So even if you were going to get really really super early symptoms, you're probably looking at least another week before you could get suspicious.
    My advice is, try not to think about it until your AF is actually late. Otherwise, you'll drive yourself crazy! Best of luck!

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    This is the second thread you have posted on this? As mentioned in the other thread it's time to go to google and do some basic research.

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    I agree with waiting until AF is actually late.

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    I'm going to be flat out honest and may be flamed for it, but I find "Could I be pregnant" posts frustrating.

    Please either use Google or find a good book that explains the process of conception. If you are only just ovulating now, then no, you're not pregnant. You may have an egg that is in the process of being fertilised and transforming into a zygote, but no one will know this. It's far too early for a HPT, blood test or even for symptoms to appear.

    I find the whole "symptoms spotting" to be unreliable anyway, as ovulation, period and pregnancy symptoms are all very similar and easily confused with each other.

    Please be patient and wait to test once AF is due, or if you can't wait, get a First Response Early Result which can pick up hCG 6 days before a missed period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    Are you saying you ovulate today (O)? If that is the case then its too early. Once fertilization occurs (usually within 24 hours of Ov) it takes several days to get to the uterus and implant. Got this from google:
    Between 5 and 8 days after fertilization, the blastocyst attaches to the lining of the uterus, usually near the top. This process, called implantation, is completed by day 9 or 10.
    HCG starts being produced during implanation. (HCG is, in theory, what makes you feel nauseous). So even if you were going to get really really super early symptoms, you're probably looking at least another week before you could get suspicious.
    My advice is, try not to think about it until your AF is actually late. Otherwise, you'll drive yourself crazy! Best of luck!
    Thank you 😊


 

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