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20 Days Past Ovulation

The Most Common Early Pregnancy Signs & Symptoms


The most common very early signs and symptoms experienced on 20 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: Mild/Dull Cramps/Pressure
4. Abdomen: Gas/Flatulence
5. Abdomen: Bloating
6. Chest: Sore/Sensitive Nipples
7. Back & Legs: Backache
8. Stomach: Nausea
9. Chest: Breasts Feel Heavy or Full
10. Pelvis: Frequent Urination

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How are you feeling on 20 Days Past Ovulation?

What signs & symptoms are you experiencing?
  • 6 days ago » NicolaClark28 said:
    Confused no period and sore boobs. Af just 5 days late
  • 6 weeks ago » Babyfeveragain said:
    Cycles typically range from 29-32 days but currently 20 dpo and feeling slight nausea, bloating mild cramping for sure.
  • Apr. 24, 2016 12:58am » Hopefulw/pcos said:
    Cycle day 37 I think 20 DPO, took chlomid this month. Very tired, back ache, bloated/gassy, mild-mod cramping, sore bbs & nausea
  • Mar. 7, 2016 2:50pm » 269pluto said:
    Pregnant, bloated, strange feeling of bigness/heaviness(but this is #3), sore boobs, less tired today than I have been the last week.
  • Feb. 15, 2016 11:28pm » kayd315 said:
    20 dpo. AF is 4 days late. Breasts are tender and nips are vry sore. 2 mornings ago I had a BFN.
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