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18 Days Past Ovulation

The Most Common Early Pregnancy Signs & Symptoms

The most common very early signs and symptoms experienced on 18 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. Chest: Tender Breasts
3. Abdomen: Gas/Flatulence
4. Abdomen: Mild/Dull Cramps/Pressure
5. Abdomen: Bloating
6. Chest: Sore/Sensitive Nipples
7. Stomach: Nausea
8. Back & Legs: Backache
9. Chest: Breasts Feel Heavy or Full
10. Pelvis: Frequent Urination

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  • 10 hours ago » wendyh said:
    18dpo had hot cheeks for 2 days .late af tested today bfn. feeling tired having mild cramping on and off 9dpo
  • 1 week ago » Sbecken87 said:
    Had a ton of symptoms during the 'tww' but now nothing but a little fatigue... Tested at 12dpo, 14dpo, 16dpo all were BFN.
  • 2 weeks ago » CharmerX said:
    Got Bfp after 18 months. cramps were mild comes and goes. books only sore when taking off the bra. no other symptoms.
  • 5 weeks ago » babystateofmind said:
    I'm 18dpo and I have cm (to the point that I thought it was AF) Breast super sore... no nausea tho thank God. but cramping off and on.
  • Nov. 18, 2014 9:32pm » LovesJuly said:
    im 18dpo w/BFP mild cramps and back pain n fatigue no sore boobs a lil nausea and alot of cm
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