Do your nipples leek in early stages of pregnancy?
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It would be considered to be normal to have morning sickness (nausea/sick to your stomach) every day for some women, starting as early as the second week after conception, and for others none during the entire pregnancy. Morning sickness (which can happen any time of the day or night) could last up until 13 weeks, but if it lasts for a longer period you should at least notify your health care professional that it is still occurring (although that may just be normal for you). Sometimes it lasts 16 weeks which is perfectly normal for some women, or in a low percentage of cases, for the whole nine months. Your health care professional can determine what is normal for you or if you need treatment. Nausea with vomiting is common, but a slightly more severe form of morning sickness, and too frequent vomiting can be problematic, causing dehydration, improper nutrition for mother and baby, and even electrolyte imbalance. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids (sports drinks are a good choice to replace the electrolytes, if tolerated). You would want to report it to your obstetrician if you vomit four times or more in one day or if you are unable to hold down any food or fluids for a full 24 hours. Some lucky women do not experience any morning sickness, which is just as normal and does not mean anything is wrong with the pregnancy. And some have very severe cases of unrelenting vomiting, which is a condition called Hyperemesis Gravidarum. It requires medical intervention to assure proper fluid balance and nutrition. The smell of cooking meat or of certain other foods or chemicals can trigger morning sickness, so try to allow plenty of flow through ventilation from the kitchen, ask someone else to do the cooking, and sniff lemons or ginger to help offset the offensive odors that cause the sickness. Additional Information: I know with my two pregnancies, I never actually got sick to the point I was throwing up. I had my good days when I did not feel sick, and days where I felt sick all day. So I guess it all depends on the woman. I also found that when I did feel sick, eating ginger snap cookies or drinking ginger ale helped a lot. So, try eating anything with ginger in it and it should help the nausea. See the related questions below for additional information on alleviating morning sickness. yes the vomiting has multiple down sides a: dehydration b: erosion of the esophagus...... you should definitely follow up w/ your internal medicine physician.
As the baby grows during your pregnancy, the uterus is receiving a lot of blood flow in order to deliver all the necesary nutrients & oxygen your baby needs to grow. Often your cervix (which is the entrance to the uterus) is slightly swollen due to the increased blood flow. The blood vessels in the cervix are also somewhat bigger. Pink discharge after intercourse that appears as spotting can be a normal sign. The "trauma" of the penis contacting the cervix during intercourse can cause these blood vessels to rupture and a small amount of bleeding to occur. This is normal. However, pink discharge may be a sign of something more serious. Pink or red discharge is always fresh bleeding. Brown discharge is almost always "old" bleeding. It is always best to check with your healthcare provider in order to know for sure whether pink discharge during pregnancy is normal for you. ANSWER I got pink blood in my discharge can that happen in early pregnancy but the thing is I got my period 2 weeks later
depends on the woman Some cramping is normal most of the time due to the uterus stretching. If the cramping is accompanied by bleeding go to the emergency room or see a doctor immediately. Especially if you know for sure that you are pregnant.
Answer . \nIt can be but, also it can mean a lot of other things.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nI'm not sure. I believe I am pregnant, and I can't do that either. I've gained a little waight and it's making me feel bad about myself,because I'm afraid that im not pregnant and I'm getting fat. But a normal person does not gain weight just in ther stomach area in this short amount of time. I hope I have helped. Sorry if it's not enough. good luck\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nIn the early stages of pregnancy you should not look any different. However a lot of women get bloating, wind and constipation which makes it very difficult to suck your stomach in.\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nYour stomach is in the upper part of your abdomen and is "sucked in" by elevating your diaphragm. Your uterus is in your lower abdomen/pelvis, just behind your pubic bone, so sucking in your stomach cannot hide a pregnancy. Early in the pregnancy the uterus has not enlarged enough to be visible to the public, as it enlarges the pregnancy becomes obvious.
Answer . \nMany women find their nipples and areolae (the dark bits) get larger and darker quite early in pregnancy.
Answer . Sounds more like an infection that you should see a doctor about. Usually, the description is more like "tenderness."
No, you can never feel it but at the ultrasound you can see and hear it.
Bad Idea!!! . \nBad Idea!!! Its very Important to take care of yourself during a pregnancy and drinking is something you do when your being selfish so pls don't!
I had vaginal ultrasound and the report said multiples follicles in the right ovary up to 5 mm and that there is mild fluid in posterior cul de sac does that me im pregnant or just ovulating?
During pregnancy, hormones relax the muscles in your digestive tract. This slows down your digestion and can cause gas to build up. Gas leads to bloating, burping, passing gas, discomfort, and pain in the belly-especially after a big meal.
Answer . No, cramps do not have to accompany a pregancy. Cramping in early pregnancy is not a good sign. It may indicate that a miscarriage is threatening and may be accompanied by bleeding. . ANSWER: . Do not freak out about miscarriage unless the cramps are excruciating and accompanied by bright red heavy bleeding. Call your doctor just to make sure, if you are feeling like it is "bad". Ectopic pregnancies are signified by severe pain on one side, usually the left, with shooting pains into the shoulder and chest. This is more likely with women with tubal blockages such as ligation or cysts, and family history. If you feel these things, get to the ER asap. Ectopic pregnancies occur elsewhere than in the uterus (in the tube, usually), and are life-threatening. Spotting brown for a day (not enough to use more than a pantyliner (as well as pink mucous-like spotting) around the time of your period is normal, as it is likely implantation bleeding. Cramping similar to milder than period-like cramps, is ABSOLUTELY normal. Some women experience this as early as the first week after ovulation, while others get it later. The cramps feel like period is coming, but are actually related to the uterus stretching and implantation. CRAMPS are NORMAL, unless it is excruciating.
Does a swollen abdomen and sore nipples indicate pregnancy If so how early in pregnancy can this happen?
Yes, soreness of the nipples and abdominal pain are relatively common side effects of early pregnancy.
If you know for sure that you are pregnant, it is probably not going to be your period, although some women have experienced a "first" period then learn a couple of weeks later that they really are pregnant. It is possible that it could be implantation bleeding caused by the fertilized egg to attach itself to the uterine wall. Or it could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor as soon as you can.
No, when pregnant they say Tylenol if you absolutely need anything but you should always check with your doctor first.
You should never attempt to terminate a pregnancy yourself. You could possibly cause great harm to yourself or even end up dying yourself. If you really feel that you need or want to terminate a pregnancy, you must schedule a procedure to abort with a professional. It is also a good idea to consult with a doctor and also a professional therapist before doing so, and continue to visit a therapist after the abortion if you choose to go through with it. Even though you feel it is very unwanted pregnancy, it is still very mentally and emotionally difficult to deal with and you need to have contact with the proper professionals. Some women, even though it's what they felt they truly needed and wanted, end up with severe depression over the guilt they feel for choosing to terminate the life of a developing baby, who really had no choice in the matter. Speak with a doctor, talk with a professional therapist, then make your decision, and continue to talk with the therapist if you should choose to terminate the pregnancy. It is not a decision that is meant to be decided because you are scared to tell your parents (or even the father) or because you cheated on your husband/boyfriend and you're scared about what will happen. You can survive those events. A baby can't survive an abortion.
Answer . I had sore nipples (so bad that the shower water hurt) with each of my four pregnancies and have heard the same complaint from lots of women.
I would say that sucking in your tummy would have no damaging effect on your baby. Actually I have 2 children and preg with third, and I suck in all the time, and did with previous also.. I would say that sucking in your tummy would have no damaging effect on your baby. Actually I have 2 children and preg with third, and I suck in all the time, and did with previous also.
It is never normal to have pain during pregnancy. Mild cramping and uncomfortable twinges are common during the first trimester of pregnancy. If you are experiencing pain you should call your OB/GYN. . \nNo. It's normal to feel nausea, discomfort and an increased urge to pee. Pains are not normal and should be investigated.
I was bleeding red blood but then brown blood does that mean I'm having a miscarriage? Ans: Not necessarily, you didn't say how far along you were, but it could be implantation bleeding, irritated cervix (from intercourse, exam, etc) or could be old blood which was in place to protect the pregnancy in it's earliest stages, but the growing uterus expelled it. If you are still worried, go see your doc.
Yes! Take plenty of folic acid, or a prenatal vitamin. Folic acid is essential to make sure your babies bone structure (particularly the spinal column) forms properly. Start cutting back on all your unhealthy habit such as caffeine, fast food, junk food, alcohol, ciggeretes etc. If this is your first pregnancy I would recommend buying a baby book (for preperation, not the one for memories, that baby book comes later!) to guide you through what all you can expect and properly prepare for you new little one!
Why would you get your navel pierced in the early stage of pregnancy? YES im assuming you mean a navel piercing. Otherwise what was the point of asking this.
Be really supportive. At this point, your wife is probably going to feel pretty nauseated as well as terrified. Try to keep her stress level low. Offer to rub her feet or her back. Get her a cold rag when she starts to feel sick and put it on the back of her neck. She is probably going to get tired easier than before so offer to help her out around the house when she starts to slow down. Show your commitment and actually read the baby-books if she asks or you do the research if there is something y'all are curious about the pregnancy. You just need to show her that you are there 100%. It will really mean a lot to her. You should also remember that the amount of hormonal changes she is going though is unbelievable so know that at times she will be very irritable and at other times she will just want to be intimate with you (and not necessarily sex though). If the two of you get into an argument, just really watch your words. Make sure you don't say anything that you won't really mean because as I said before, her hormones and emotions are going to be strung really thin..
Don't you. There is no prove amount of alcohol that is proven to be a little or too much.
If you know you are pregnant, then "period pains" and "a period" are actually pregnancy related pains and spotting/bleeding that needs to be evaluated by a doctor asap! If you just suspect you are pregnant then, yes, those symptoms can be experienced in early pregnancy and everything could be just fine. You need to take a pregnancy test as soon as you calculate that is has been long enough for accurate results. Good Luck!!!
cafffiene, pain killers (except up to 2 extra strength tylenol, any other meds not approved by the doc., hot dogs, bacon, fish, lunchmeats
There is a good chance your nipples will hurt in the beginning, middle and/or final stages of pregnancy.
Early stages? To avoid pregnancy you get on birthcontrol. Go to your ob-gyn and they will show you. If you are already pregnant only abortion by a doctor will be safe.
Bleeding in early pregnancy can be worrying, so it's only natural that you're concerned about your baby. Rest assured that bleeding in the early days is common and unlikely to harm your baby. About a quarter of mums-to-be experience some bleeding in the first three months of pregnancy. A number of things could be causing your light bleeding. You may be experiencing breakthrough bleeding. This happens when pregnancy hormones cover up your usual menstrual cycle, but that cycle continues for a while. So, around the time you would have had a period if you weren't pregnant, you may get a little bleeding. You may have this bleeding more than once. Another cause of light bleeding is the fertilised egg implanting in your uterus (womb). Implantation bleeding is thought to occur at about the same time as your period would have been due. This makes it hard to tell implantation from breakthrough bleeding. Your bleeding may be caused by your cervix softening, forming a raw area. This is called cervical erosion or ectropion. Bleeding can also be linked to vaginal or cervical infection or a harmless growth called a polyp. These three conditions could all result in bleeding if your cervix has been chafed, for example, when you have sex.
talk to a doctor about having a medical abortion.\nits a pill you take and it kills the embryo.\nyou might experience some bleeding and abdominal pain.
Not anything that will hold up in court, just her word. A DNA test is the best way to go after the baby is born. . bluff and tell her u knw ur not the father, but you'll still be there for her but you want child support from the biological father...when she admits it, leave her.(Unless you want to stay,either way, but this is just an idea)
during pregnancy, you have go through alot of symptoms you haven't have. your niiples especiallyy because as your about to have a baby, you'll need to breast feed right, so it's no probs, jus that your boobs are growing for the milks to develop. D0NT TRIPP !
Light bleeding is quite normal as the uterus stretches and the fertilised egg implants in the womb lining
Not generally. Sore, swollen, tender or color change in the breasts can be a sign thouogh.
Not as bad as mentrual cramps. It may be different for other people. Mine are mild. Its like a dull ache that's just there.
lots of bad things don't do it ur baby could get seriously bad mental or internal injuries, in most cases brain damage and others death some times ur lucky and nothing
No, when having a miscarriage in the first trimester it's usually because the fetus would not make it through the pregnancy. It can be deformed for instance. Mother Nature takes care of it so to speak.
Around 13kg or 28lb is generally considered acceptable if your pre-pregnancy weight is close to the healthy weight range. If you are overweight on becoming pregnant, a smaller weight gain of around 10kg or 22lb is the safer option.
it was my boobs that hurt more than my nipples in the beginning. around four to five weeks pregnant the base of my breasts ached to the point of massaging them to make them feel better.
Yes, it is commen that many woman get swollen feet in the begining of a pregnantcy. I am 5 weeks pregnant and my feet have become swollen already.
I have only just found out I am pregnant but have been getting thick White discharge that almost looks yellow to green on the loo role! I researched and apparently this is due to the amount of progesterone your body is producing. Hope that helps :0)
The doctor will give you a combo of Mifepristone and Misoprostol. That is the best and tested treatment.
No, exercising is good for you and very important when pregnant and as long as you feel good things are fine.
Not TRUE periods but you CAN bleed. Some women have a little spotting from implantation. Some women bleed pretty heavy and things can still be fine. I spotted from 4 to 8 weeks and they never found a cause. It cleared up on it's own.
It probably won't hurt you if you have already done it but if you want to take extra safety precautions, it is advised not to eat lunchmeat and hotdogs (amongst many other foods) during pregnancy.
Nipple tenderness can be a sign of your period or early pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test if you think you're pregnant.
to stimulate early milk production: shower with warm water and face front part of body towards falling water. the warm water and pressure from the water helps. also, jump up and down a lot. the movement stimulates it also.
White discharge is often a sign of an STI anyhow you should see a doctor
During early stages of pregnancy its more of a wet sensation and I will say its way better than regular sex because you and the man will get more of a feeling and at the time you won't be thinking you hurting the baby only because the baby didn't fully develop yet!
The first signs of pregnancy is the Ultrasound Confirmation. An ultrasound image can indicate wirhout a doubt if there is more than one fetus. An other signs for pregnancy is a abnormal AFP test result. AFP (Alphafetoprotein) screening is a blood test performed on pregnant mothers during the second trimester.