I haven't had too many symptoms. I had regular PMS symptoms, but when my expected menstrual days came and went, my symptoms went away. I HAD very mild cramping, sore breasts, fatigue - all the usual. Now I have nothing except slow digestion. I get full quickly, constipation, and indigestion w/ occasional reflux and burping. Even though I've been eating TONS of fiber, and drinking a lot of water, I am still constipated. My bowl movements haven't amounted to much. If I feel around in my breasts, I can feel some sore areas that I don't notice otherwise during the day. And, there's been a small increase in CM too. Occasionally I feel my uterus cramping a tiny bit, especially when I am doing some rather physical tasks. I have noticed, I think, that I do have more energy. Instead of sleeping in on the weekend, I get up pretty early.
My basal body temperature has been consistently elevated, but I haven't felt a difference of being warmer.
What is interesting is, I woke up on my day of ovulation knowing that it was imminent. I felt the hormones surging, and I just felt very feminine. I also felt pain on one side as if I actually felt the egg erupt from the ovary. The following day, I had an overwhelming sense of contentment. I knew I was pregnant. I even think I felt the fertilized egg implant, even though I read that the uterine wall cannot sense pain.
The day I tested, I was not surprised, even though I had all my regular PMS symptoms. But now, I feel that my sense of awareness is in the dark, not knowing or feeling what's going on in my body. I don't feel as if I have pregnancy hormones that are making me emotional. I feel very content and mellow.
I've been eating exceptionally well, to the best of my knowledge. Maybe that is what is causing my pregnancy symptoms to remain at bay.
The lack of symptoms was worrying me a bit, but now I realize that it is definitely not uncommon for women to have very little symptoms, or for symptoms to arrive later.
If anyone's interested, I started a blog last week in the "I'm Pregnant" category. I called it "When did you feel like you were really pregnant?"