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pregnancy symptoms 2 days after ovulation
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gladys2000 posted:
So I ovulated friday. saturday i had horrible cramps, i had to lay down and take a nap cause they were so bad. yesterday and today I have been feeling nausus. I havent thrown up but i feel sick to my stomach. is it too soon to feel pregnancy symptoms? is it all in my head cause i want it so bad?
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tessguce responded:
Hi there, maybe it is all in your head. The best thing for you to do is just stay busy so that you will not think over and over again for being pregnant and if you wanted to conceive why don't you try knowing when you are ovulating. The best thing to do is to go to your doctor for you to know when you are ovulating or you can try this site to calculate it for you. Good luck.
http://www.ovulation-predictor.org
 
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tessguce replied to tessguce's response:
here is the updated site
http://ovulation-predictor.org
 
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