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colostrum coming out of breasts at 5 or 6 days past ovulation. Anyone experience this as an early sign of pregnancy?
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An_256801 posted:
Hi. TTC and yesterday i accidently squeezed my nipple while trying to see if my areoles had darkened and colostrum came out. i squeezed the other and the same thing happened. if i am pregnant i will be 3 weeks tomorrow. have any of you experienced colostrum as an early sign of pregnancy?
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
If you're only 5-6 days past ovulation, the egg hasn't even implanted as it takes 6-10 days for a fertilized egg to implant so your body doesn't even know you're pregnant yet (if you are).
Proud mommy to PJ (6)
 
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lovebird79 responded:
How long ago did you ovulate?
It is possible that you could have ovulated earlier than expected and be showing symptoms already.

If I were you I'd wait until you had a missed period and then take a home pregnancy test.

Good luck!!!
 
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tisha_guce responded:
Hi there, you should know first when your last ovulation happened so you will have a clue if you are really pregnant. If you have regular periods you can use this ovulation predictor so you will know exactly when was your ovulation period. I am hoping this could help, and if you really wanted to be sure my advise is to visit your gynecologist for a doctors advise. http://www.ovulation-predictor.org/


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