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Old 11-04-08, 01:44 AM
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When you "O", you usually become wetter, well I'm 4 DPO and I still feel that way! Sorry if this is too gross, but could this also be a sign of pregnancy and I'm already feeling it! Also today when I ate something, can't remember what, I felt very sick to my stomach, but then it went away!
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Old 11-04-08, 01:16 PM
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Unfortunately it sounds like 'BOB' (Baby On the Brain) visiting you and playing tricks, over the years he's visited me a lot!! In the end I gagged him and locked him in the cupboard under the stairs!!
 


4DPO is much too early for your body to be physically feeling signs of pregnancy. Any fertilised eggs would not have even divided much yet, let alone implanted. The process of traveling and implanting will take somewhere around 7 to 10 days from fertilisation (fertilisation happens about 24 hours after ovulation), and even then the initial hormone levels will be relatively low, and unlikely to cause nausea symptoms.

In terms of your cervical mucus. The quantity doesn't always change that much, but it's the texture that changes, as its ability to let sperm through increases and then decreases.

I hope this helps
 
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Thank you Tracey and Neil!
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