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Melly answer on 09 May '11 at 17:44
It depends on how early the fertilized egg begins the implantation process once it reaches the uterus, because that's when HCG levels begin to increase. Implantation, on average, begins somewhere 7-10 days after fertilization although it happens slightly earlier or later in some cases. I'd say that 7 days after actual fertilization is on the outside of what might be detectable by a home pregnancy test and chances are very, very slim that early. As in you'd be better off waiting until at least 10 days after ovulation to even think about testing and you're still very likely to get a possibly false negative. Even a blood test, which is very sensitive, generally won't detect a pregnancy until at least 10 days after ovulation and fertilization.
ஐ♥sabine♥ஐ answer on 09 May '11 at 18:42
It does sound like you could possible be pregnant.
Early pregnancy Signs:
• 10. Tender, swollen breasts
• 9. Fatigue
• 8. Implantation bleeding
• 7. Nausea or vomiting
• 6. Increased sensitivity to odors
• 5. Abdominal bloating
• 4. Frequent urination
• 3. A missed period
• 2. Your basal body temperature stays high
• 1. The proof: A positive home pregnancy test
This is how it was for my sister. She was diagnosed when she was 19, had troubles all her life, with pain, also with ovarian cysts, with her love life, etc….you name it, she had it.
She was put on bc pills before she decided to get pregnant. She herself didn’t have problems becoming pregnant and everything was great in pregnancy….i remember she told me she couldn’t believe that there was no pain. It was the same during breastfeeding but once she finished with the breastfeeding, the pain was gone.
You may decide to start using bc pills after your pregnancy, without the sugar pills in order to prevent ovulation. Acetaminophen can help you and it is safe during pregnancy!
Cuteee answer on 09 May '11 at 19:10
that isnt true . . you can NEVER be pregnant when you are not ovulating . . you cant form a baby only with sperm!! gosh . . im lmao with the first answer ehehhehe . . its unsual to be pregnant when you are having you period . . . use protection next time to avoid unwanted pregnancy
and come on guys! you cant have periods when you are pregnant!! if you are pregnant and having discharges you must go to the doctor and have yourself check!
Someone answer on 09 May '11 at 19:25
You should really inform yourself on pregnancy, when you ovulate, childbirth, and raising kids. Check out www.babycenter.com It's a website I always use before, during, and after pregnancy.
Wfhlembo answer on 09 May '11 at 19:39
keep trying - that's all you can do. My friend could feel when she was ovulating on her "good side" and she was able to get pregnant - get in tuned with your body and know what the different feelings are around the time you ovulate and maybe you can zoom in on when to try. good luck ♥