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Trying to conceive, moodiness, nausea, tiredness, headaches, twinges in stomach. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hi. I have been ttc for a while now & I ovulated on the 9th of january. Well the past 2 days I have been very moody, feeling nauteous but nothing comes up, have been super tired, & having horrible headaches . I took a Frer pregnancy test on 11dpo but it was bfn. I also have been feeling these sharp twinges on the left side of my stomach & in my left ovary on & off. What could this be?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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You may not get a positive pregnancy test early on as HPTs are not so sensitive. You may wait for another week and repeat the test, or go for a blood test. Sometimes, ovarian pain may be experienced following conception due to the corpus luteum. You can get a trans-vaginal sonogram to see the situation and consult your doctor for advice. Good luck.
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