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    6 DPO: Are there any pregnancy symptoms at six days past ovulation?

    Updated 30 November 2023 |
    Published 12 February 2019
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    Dr. Angela Jones
    Medically reviewed by Dr. Angela Jones, Obstetrician, gynecologist, and attending physician, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, New Jersey, US
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    Are you wondering when you can take a pregnancy test? Here’s the lowdown on 6 DPO.

    When you’re trying to conceive, it can be tough not to be on high alert for every new feeling or twinge. Nausea, bloating, and feeling super tired are all listed as potential pregnancy symptoms but could also be a sign that your period is on the way. Confusing, right? If you start to notice some of these symptoms, you might wonder when you can take a pregnancy test and if 6 DPO (days past ovulation) is too early to know if you’re pregnant. 

    Here’s a closer look at what’s happening in your body at 6 DPO, including potential symptoms you might experience and the best time to take a test to get an accurate result. 

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