14 days past ovulation

The most common early pregnancy signs & symptoms

 

The most common and significant very early signs and symptoms experienced on 14 days past ovulation.

Most common signs and symptoms (14 dpo)

The most frequently occurring signs and symptoms experienced by women on 14 days past ovulation (regardless of whether they are pregnant or not). The table displays what percentage of all women experience each symptom and it's impact on the probability of pregnancy (either positively, negatively or no affect).

Understanding the data
  • Has a statistically significant affect on the probability of pregnancy. Experiencing this symptom increases the likelihood of pregnancy.

  • Has a statistically significant affect on the probability of pregnancy. Experiencing this symptom decreases the likelihood of pregnancy.

  • Does not have a significant affect on the probability of pregnancy. Experiencing this symptom does not increase nor decrease the likelihood of pregnancy.

For indepth information on how much a symptom affects the probability of pregnancy, visit the symptom page.

 

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Positive indicators of pregnancy (14 dpo)

The most significant positive signs and symptoms when comparing pregnant versus non-pregnant women.

Understanding the data

Experiencing these symptoms on 14 days past ovulation increases the probability of pregnancy.

Reading the table: 9.5% of pregnant women experience the symptom 'Very Happy'. Pregnant women experience this symptom 2.3 times as often as non-pregnant women.

 

 

Negative indicators of pregnancy (14 dpo)

The most significant negative signs and symptoms when comparing pregnant versus non-pregnant women.

SymptomNon-pregnantAs often
I Don't 'Feel' Pregnant17.5%2.7x
Depression10.4%2.6x
Spotting14.5%2.3x
Cramps (Like PMS/AF)28.8%1.5x
Weepiness13.8%1.4x
Irritability20.3%1.4x
Moodiness18.4%1.3x
Headache26.4%1.3x
Achy Legs or Hips18.4%1.2x
Understanding the data

Experiencing these symptoms on 14 days past ovulation decreases the probability of pregnancy.

Reading the table: 17.5% of non-pregnant women experience the symptom 'I Don't 'Feel' Pregnant'. Non-pregnant women experience this symptom 2.7 times as often as pregnant women.

 

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Comments

How are you feeling on 14 days past ovulation?

Tasmin13  21 days ago
Af was due today but didn't come, cramps and back ache

miracle77  34 days ago
breasts have been sore and feeling engorged on and off since 9dpo. no acne which is unusual for me I usually break out for a week before AF

Ssmith60  36 days ago
AF due today. Usually, I wake up to it. 5 p.m. and no symptoms. I actually have energy today. And hunger. I go from zero to ravenous.

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