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17 Days Past Ovulation

The Most Common Early Pregnancy Signs & Symptoms

The most common very early signs and symptoms experienced on 17 days past ovulation (pregnant vs non-pregnant women).

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Details and Chart for the Most Common Signs & Symptoms:

1. Overall: Fatigue/Exhaustion
2. Abdomen: Mild/Dull Cramps/Pressure
3. Abdomen: Gas/Flatulence
4. Chest: Tender Breasts
5. Abdomen: Bloating
6. Back & Legs: Backache
7. Chest: Sore/Sensitive Nipples
8. Chest: Breasts Feel Heavy or Full
9. Stomach: Nausea
10. Pelvis: Frequent Urination

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  • 1 week ago » uyezowami said:
    minor backache and mild cramps here and there...other than that I feel fine definately not feeling preganat I just dont know where AF is.
  • 1 week ago » claudia1982 said:
    17 DPO, Excessive saliva came Back , Backache and BFN with first response and dollar tree test!!! Feeling very Pregnant!!:(
  • 3 weeks ago » dominique89 said:
    hi there.. ive experienced heavy back ache, boobs feel full and im 17 dpo.. i havent taken a test yet so scared i am 24 yrs old
  • 4 weeks ago » Jglabb said:
    No AF, Irregular, Irritable, iron taste, fatigued, tired, everything hurts. Bfn 14 & 16 dpo, doc's appt. monday. here's to hoping!
  • 5 weeks ago » Luke1vs45 said:
    4days late, no AF tested yesterday BFN :-/ lower backache, moody...
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