! Yes, you can get breast tenderness in the first couple of weeks, as long as nausea!! Congrats!!
Implantation can occur anywhere from 6 to 12 days after ovulation. 5-12 days past ovulation
Breast pain is common but not a normal part of the menstrual cycle or menstruation, if you do experience breast tenderness it may be due to hormonal imbalance so check for solutions to this. Your breasts can be tender around ovulation, which occurs around two weeks before your period, and from then up until menstruation or even during menstruation - everyone is different.
Implantation bleeding can occur 6-10 days after conception. Breast tenderness can as early as a week after conception. Symptoms this early aren't extremely common, however do somethimes occur. Usually the first symptoms that are noticeable are nausea 2-8 weeks after conception, and of course, a missed period.
It itself I wouldn't rely on this as a pregnancy symptom. Breast tenderness does occur during pregnancy but it also occurs when your period is due or have just finished, when your bra is too tight or if pressure is applied to your breasts. Breasts are very sensitive. If your period fails to arrive then perform a pregnancy test.
Every ones body responds to pregnancy differently. For me, as soon as i get pregnant (about 3 weeks along) i cant eat certain things that i used to, my breast gets really full, and morning sickness.
Ovulation will occur about 36-48 hours after injecting hCG. Refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_chorionic_gonadotropin
No. By the time a woman is due to menstruate the egg released earlier in her cycle is long dead - typically ovulation occurs 14 days before menstruation, and at most there will only be a viable egg for up to 48 hours after ovulation.
I would not stress about it. My breasts are only tender for a few days and then that goes away. As for the cramping, it could have been implantaion cramping which would not last long either.
It does not take long for your temperature to rise after ovulation. It can rise slightly the day of ovulation but will also continue to rise over the next few days. In order to confirm ovulation took place you will need a rise in temperature over three days.
Jills are induced ovulators or ovulation is induced by mating. If mating does not occur, and the Jill (female ferret) remains in heat for long period of time, it can lead to serious illness.
It could last your entire pregnancy, every person is different. I suggest getting the book "What to expect when expecting" they are really cheap online at places like half.com.