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Can i get Pregnancy Symptoms so early?

Hi,

I had my periods on 19th of Jan which lasted 3 days .Me & my husband are trying to concieve.
Around 26 th of Jan is started geting some symptoms like Nausea,Tender Breasts and Abdominal Discomfort which are continuing as of today.

I wanted to understand that in a matter of 12 days can i have periods then ovulate and then after inception even start getting pregnancy symptoms.

The point of confusion here is that its all happening too early.Or is it ?

Is it possible to be pregnant as the home test have yielded negative.

Thanks !
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replied February 2nd, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

Pregnancy symptoms in some women can start as early as after 3 days of conception.But is very early to comment regarding pregnancy.You will have to wait for your next period as no test can detect it right now.Urine pregnancy test determines the amount of HCG in urine which is not predictable in the initial stages and so the results are not reliable.
Kindly visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take Care!


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