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    AvatarYashira

    ok so i have been tryin to concieve for a little over a year and still no luck but i made a ovulation calendar and according to it it says i would have been ovulating the 27 of december so starting from the 21st i started trying with my boyfriend up until the 2nd of january could i have gotten pregnant?? i dont have any symptoms just that my breast are very tender and a couple days ago i felt like i had pressure on my bladder everytime i would jump or go down steps…. can some one pls help….

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    Avatargoodluckyall

    Don’t expect any pregnancy symptoms for at least another two weeks. Most symptoms don’t come this early, so what you’re feeling is probably not related even if you are pregnant. If I were you, I’d just wait until your first missed period and take a test. Just so you know, however, some signs are extreme fatigue, sore breasts, nausea, dizziness, smell sensitivity, and having to urinate more often.

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    AvatarMommieofchris

    personally i would agree that it is to soon to have any sort of symptoms.. most girls even ones TTC dont notices … because their so small… first missed pierod… i would take a test… maybe a couple… and go from there.. good luck..

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    AvatarBabygurl801d

    sounds like the same situation i was in as well, except i was using a calender way before then, and i didnt get pregn until i gave up that calender and quit tracking everything.. sometimes it takes giving up all that to get preg, and sometimes it takes keeping track to get preg.. iw ould just go with the flow of it all though.. around your o days, have sex like every 12 hours, and egg dies within 12 hours sperm die withing 48 hours, beat out the odds.

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