Two Week Wait Symptoms 101: What’s Going On Inside Your Body?

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could “do the deed” or have an embryo transfer and automatically know whether or not the process worked?

That would be SO nice, but the best we can do is be on the lookout for two-week wait symptoms.

While not every physical symptom is a sign of pregnancy, this doesn’t mean indicators don’t exist.

A few symptoms, including cervical mucus and implantation cramps, could indicate that there’s a baby on the way.

The TWW represents the time frame between possible conception and when you can receive a positive blood pregnancy test.

What is the Two Week Wait?

1. Cervical Mucus

Did you know that cervical mucus during the two-week wait can be a tell-tale sign of pregnancy?

When it comes to early signs of pregnancy in the first two weeks after conception, breast tenderness could indicate that a positive test is around the corner.

2. Breast Tenderness

Something else you might notice is implantation bleeding in your cervical mucus during the two-week wait.

3. Implantation Cramping or Bleeding

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