Signs & Symptoms of Pregnancy 7 Days After Ovulation

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Signs & Symptoms of Pregnancy 7 Days After Ovulation
Women can tell if they're pregnant as soon as seven days after ovulation. (pregnant women belly image by Slobodan Vasic from

Women can determine if they are pregnant as early as the first seven days after ovulation. Although it's in the very early stages of pregnancy, many women can identify some specific signs and symptoms. Not all women respond to pregnancy the exact same way, so there can be many different signs and symptoms present at the same time.


Nausea and vomiting is a very common symptom of early pregnancy and is caused by the rising and fluctuating levels of hormones. When pregnant women experience the symptom, it's referred to as morning sickness, and contrary to its name, it can occur at all times of the day. Morning sickness can come in mild or extreme forms and can cause dehydration.


Fatigue and exhaustion is among one of the most common symptom of pregnancy in women after the first seven days of ovulation. The increase in fatigue is normally more increased during the first trimester of pregnancy because of women's bodies producing extra blood that is used to provide nutrients and oxygen that is needed to develop the foetus, which results in the increase of work to the heart.

Tender Breasts

Any early sign of pregnancy that can be visibly seen and felt seven days after ovulation is swollen and tender breasts. Breast swell and become sensitive to touch because of the increase flow in blood and expansion of the breast tissue to the newly forming milk ducts. Tingling and throbbing sensations can be felt as well as an increased tenderness to the nipple.

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