Hello. Yes this can be a symptom of pregnancy. But the tell tale symptom is no period.
Yes it can, however it can also be gas pains.
yes it can.
No It's a sign of pms. You don't get sharp pains in the stomach during pregnancy.
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.
Headache is not a symptom of pregnancy.
Pains that teens have while pregnant can be different. The most common pregnancy pains are back, legs, lower stomach, head and feet.
yes, but usually this occurs further in your pregnancy, because the baby is pressing on nerves.
This is not a symptom of pregnancy.
No, may be an Weak stomach or "the runs"
if you do, that means your baby is kicking you.
Sensitive to smells is a definite sign of pregnancy. Craps and pains could be pregnancy, but could also be your period. Take a test to be sure.
It's a Possibility.
no because I've got sharp pains but I'm only 10
no that doesn't mean pregnancy
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Not from the pregnancy.If you have sharp pains in your stomach, it is probably gas. If the pains don't go away within a few hours, or are very severe, see a health practitioner.
No, you do not feel it when a sperm cell fertilizes the ovum (the egg). In other words, "stomach pains" after sexual intercourse are no sure sign of the onset of a pregnancy.
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.
Yes because with my child ,my stomach always cramped !! Especially towards my back. - deasha
There are no signs or symptoms immediately after sex that demonstrate that you're pregnant. "Stomach bubbling" is not a symptom of pregnancy.
No. I'd get it checked out by a doctor.