Vaginal Dryness After Ovulation, What Is A Sure Sign Of Not Getting Pregnant?
But after ovulation is over, I feel a fever, back pain or back, and headaches like lack of blood. Is that a sign of pregnancy?
Hello Yuli Myesha,
The first sign that is most easily observed in early pregnancy is amenorrhea or no menstruation. Other symptoms that can be felt in early pregnancy can vary, including:
Breasts feel tight, slightly painful and enlarged
Nausea especially in the morning
Sensitive to certain odors
The stomach feels cramped
There can be slight spotting (spotting) on the underwear related to implantation bleeding. Spotting only 1-2 days is different from the duration and volume of normal menstruation.
If you have sexual intercourse during the ovulation period, then your chances of pregnancy are higher than if you had sexual intercourse outside this period. After fertilization, it takes about 7 days for the results of fertilization to arrive at the uterus and implantation in the uterine wall and the development of pregnancy.
Dry vagina or cervical fluid - vaginal depletion is normal after a period of ovulation. Even women with normal menstrual cycles without pregnancy feel the same way.
Checking pregnancy at home is the easiest you can do using a test pack. If the results of fertilization have undergone implantation in the uterus, there will be an increase in the production of the hormone HCG. Increased HCG hormone will be extracted through urine as well, so when examined with a test pack it will give positive results if the levels are high enough. Examination with the most accurate test pack is done after there is a delay of menstruation for 1 week, early examination with a sensitive test pack can still give positive results if indeed a pregnancy has occurred.
Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.