Yes that is all signs of pregnancy. Wait a week and do a pregnancy test or see your doctor for a quantitative pregnancy blood test.
You are most likely not drinking enough water. This can cause the metallic taste in your mouth, the dizziness, and being tired; you may be dehydrated.
A doctor will need to diagnose headaches, nosebleeds, and a metallic taste in your mouth. A doctor is the only person who knows your health background.
Many pregnant women have a metallic taste in the mouth but it is not diagnostic of pregnancy.
Some women get funny tastes but it is not a sign of pregnancy. The first sign of pregnancy you will get is a missed period. Take a pregnancy test if you are unsure.
From experience, you have some of the symptoms of a seizure. Seizures often leave the victim tasting a metallic taste in their mouth and they black out and become dizzy. I would see your doctor ASAP.
In a way, some women get an odd taste in their mouth in early pregnancy. I myself had a strong metallic taste constantly when I was 4 weeks.
there are more than 3 signs of pregnancy. There's nausea, fatigue, late period, breast soreness, cramping, a metallic taste in the mouth etc
Drug Treatment duration Possible Side Effects Metronidazole 5-7 days Metallic taste; nausea; vomiting; dizziness; headache; disulfiram-like effect; neutropenia Tinidazole Single dose Metallic taste; nausea; vomiting; belching; dizziness; headache; disulfiram-like effect Nitazoxanide 3 days Abdominal pain; diarrhea; vomiting; headache; yellow-green discolouration of urine
There are many symptoms for pregnancy. Including frequent urination, sore or tender breasts,fatigue or tiredness, metallic taste in mouth, the big one, missed period.. many more.
You may experience nausea, metallic taste in mouth, or an increased need to urinate. ~Notaria R.~