Would I feel different if I’m only 3 days pregnant
If you’re unusually tuned into your body, you might begin to suspect that you’re pregnant within the first few days of pregnancy. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/would-i-feel-different-if-i%27m-only-3-days-pregnant ]
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- Would I feel different if I’m only 3 days pregnant
- Most likely you wouldn’t feel different. However in some cases morning sickness can occur as early as the first week of pregnancy.
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