Not usually. Generally when you first get pregnant you and your body are extremely tired. Headache, stomach pain and sleeplessness (especially if you ever feel like you are going to be sick) can all be signs of depression. If you have depression on top of your symptoms you should see your family doctor. Correction: Mild stomach pain, extreme tiredness and headaches can all be signs of pregnancy but everyone is different. Some women don't even get pregnancy symptoms.
headaches are not a sign of pregnancy.
No. Clear urine is a good thing and means you're hydrated. Cramping in the lower stomach CAN be a sign of pregnancy, but not on its own. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Take a pregnancy test
Yes, especially in early pregnancy
The lower stomach pain might indicate that you are going to be due your period. The ''stomach going hard'' however may not be a sign of pregnancy - It does also depends on how long ago you had sexual intercourse and you may feel your stomach has grown. It begins to show after A month or Two.
All of these symptoms are symptoms of pregnancy, but this does not give you a 100% certainty that you are pregnant. It can be a coincidence that all these factors are happening at the same time, but because all of these are common with pregnancy, it is safe to presume that you are pregnant.
It's a Possibility.
no may be it might be something wrong with you stomach it matter if you are sick ask you doctor
It depends on what the lower stomache pains feel like. If it is a crampy type pain, then yes, this can be a symptom of pregnancy ,as is lower back pain. Within the first 20 weeks.
Yes, your stomach acid increases causing a burning sensation in your stomach or better known as heartburn just running through your stomach to your lower chest
No, unless you eat the baby, your stomach is not involved in pregnancy or birth of the child.
This is necessarily not pregnancy though it might be. It's best you carry out a home pregnancy test as this symptoms might be for something else. Besides, pregnancy symptoms varies in women. All the best dear
Not likely due to the location of the cramping. If you used the geographical term of stomach loosely, then it might be that you are constipated if this cramping is in the lower abdomen. However, the stomach is not an area that would cramp due to pregnancy so if this is the actual location of the cramping then it would rule out pregnancy. Cramping is not a usual symptom of pregnancy. Do you have any other symptoms of pregnancy? Pregnancy is always a possibility with sexual activity.
Pregnancy, too much food put in there, period is coming, or compacted
Probably. Take a pregnancy test (bought from a chemist) or see your doctor.
Pains that teens have while pregnant can be different. The most common pregnancy pains are back, legs, lower stomach, head and feet.
Do a home pregnancy test fast!
During the second or third month of a womans pregnancy it is possible for her abdomen and lower stomach to appear bloated and feel hard. But this symptom alone is not a pregnancy symptom. I would not suspect pregnancy unless you are having other pregnancy symptoms too. Also see your doctor about your hard abdomen in case this is not pregnancy related. Good luck.
Not the hiccups, but the rest are symptoms. Take a test
Yes it is very normal to feel it in the stomach, you must remember you have completed half the period in months of your pregnancy.
If your temperature is high and the pain is quite bad or very uncomfortable - contact your doctor. This isn't pregnancy related.