Posted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 11:39 am
Post subject: Symptoms
Hi everyone, hope you are ok.
Although I browse on here a lot, I haven't posted for a while.
I was wondering....how long after ovulation do you normally start to notice those early symptoms such as tender breasts, period-type cramps, heartburn etc?
Hope you can help
After 3 and half years of ttc, tests being clear and unable to adopt, we have decided to become a patchwork family. Me, my hubby and stepchildren.
Its so sad to know I will never hear the word 'Mommy'.x
Posted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 3:45 pm
It's hard to remember really, I think I definitely had cramping or 4-5 days before AF was due, don't remember noticing particularly sore boobs at all. The main thing for me in hindsight was that I was so tired, I mean I was so tired on cd25 that I called in sick to work as I felt literally too tired to get out of bed which I had never ever done in the past (even after boozing/late nights during the week). Guess everyone is different though some people ont notice any symptoms before they get their BFP, have you noticed anything different this month then??
Posted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 5:01 pm
Post subject: I
I'm 6+ 2 with my second, with my first all I had was hyperemisis at 5 weeks. This time I started feeling exhausted and cramping at 4 weeks, sore boobs and nausea kicked in at 5 weeks, hyperemisis started at 5+ 4. I was biting my husbands head off around the time af was due but thankfully my moods have stabilised a bit now! X
Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 8:28 am
Oh fingers crossed for you, I remember you from the VR thread.
For me the main difference was I had NO af pains at all until the day I missed my period, normally I would start with them the week before af. I had sore boobs from ovulation and they got sorer when af due. Both times, around implantation I felt a little bit of nausea - I made home made chips for DH and I for tea and could not face eating them!! My major sign was that both time the hairs on my leg stopped growing so fast, normally a day after I have shaved them they already have growth, both times I got BFP I hadn't shaved them for at least 3 or 4 days and barely had stubble!!
Lots of luck hun, please don't give up, I am proof that miracles happen as I've had two very unexpected surprise BFPs x x
38-PCOS, DH 47-VR Miracle BFP Xmas 2009! 2012 azoospermia
IVF#2 23/6/13 but instead shock BFP!!