Yes you could be pregnant or may of had a mild viral infection.
Yes. It is common for pregnancy symptoms to be stronger one day and less the next. The abscence of any pregnancy symptoms after a positive pregnancy test should be talked over with your doctor though.
Yes!! You can experience symptoms longer depending on how far along you were. Until your hormone levels reach zero your body still thinks it's pregnant! Sorry about your loss I too had a miscarriage my symptoms went away immediately
Yes flu like symptoms can be a sign of pregnancy. It is called morning sickness....you must get a pregnancy test.
Take a test.
Yes you could be pregnant. If you suspect you may be pregnant and your fallopian tubes hurt, it is very important to go see your doctor right away. You may have an ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy in your fallopian tube) which can be very dangerous and needs to be treated immediately. Go to your doctor.
Some women say they experience symptoms right away other women can go 1-2 or even 3 months without knowing that they have conceived and are pregnant. I just found out I was pregnant with #4 6wks and I just knew I was from the symptoms I was having. all women are different if you think you are pregnant talk to you doctor they will help you find out.
Take a pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy, if not pregnant and if symptoms don't go away go see a Dr.
Morning sickness normally goes away by 3 months of pregnancy.
Early symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy are spotting that does not go away, and pain on the side where the ectopic is. However, these symptoms mimick normal pregnancy symptoms. It is difficult to diagnose an ectopic any earlier than 4 weeks.
Most women start having pregnancy symptoms around the 4 to 6 weeks point.However there are cases where women feel it sooner.
Yes, You will feel symptoms when you have them to feel.
It is possible not to feel that way. As long as you do not experience any bleeding of any sort then you should be fine. You may not "feel" pregnant anymore if your symptoms are going away or you may just be getting used to the feelings/symptoms of being pregnant and are not as noticeable to you anymore.
Pregnancy can be an exciting and scary thing. It is a life changing event that brings years and years of joy. Not know the symptoms of pregnancy can make it even scarier. Below are some common symptoms of pregnancy that you may or may not experience. Keep in mind that everyone is different and not all women will experience the same symptoms. Missed or Delayed Menstrual Cycle One of the most common symptoms of pregnancy is a missed menstrual cycle. Although not every pregnant woman misses cycles when pregnant, the majority of the population does. Once a woman has become pregnant. she should miss her next menstrual cycle, however, many women do spot or bleed while pregnant. Fatigue/Tiredness Many women experience fatigue and tiredness in the beginning of pregnancy. This can occur as early as the second week of implantation. The body seems to go into overdrive while the implantation process is taking place. Nausea or Morning Sickness Aside from a missed menstrual cycle, nausea or morning sickness is the most common sign of pregnancy. Morning sickness can start as early as the 4th week of pregnancy. Some women are fortunate enough to not have any sickness at all, while others can experience it for the entire duration of the pregnancy. Frequent Urination During pregnancy, the expanding uterus puts more pressure on the bladder, therefore causing more frequent urination. This typically starts in the early weeks of pregnancy and will subside in the middle and then likely return towards the end. Headaches Due to the rise of the hormones during pregnancy, some women experience mild headaches. This symptom can also be temporary, or can last throughout the pregnancy. They will typically subside after delivery if they persist the entire pregnancy. Darkening of the Areola The hormones that produce during pregnancy causes a darkening of the areola on the breast. This will typically go away one you have delivered the child. Food Cravings Some women have severe food cravings during the entire pregnancy. Foods that you may have never liked may suddenly be appealing to you.
Sounds like you are pre-menstrual. The symptoms are similar to pregnancy.
If you got your period there is an extremely good chance that you are not pregnant because the function of a period is for the body to flush away what it sees as waste when it realizes that it is not pregnant. The "symptoms" associated with pregnancy and the symptoms associated with PMS are very similar. Tender breasts, cramping, nausea (for some people), sleepiness or restlessness, mood changes, bloating, desire for certain foods, etc. An over the counter home pregnancy test will set your mind at ease if you are still concerned. they are inexpensive and shockingly reliable when the directions are followed.
Assuming that your Dr. was correct you may be experiencing the psychosomatic symptoms of pregnancy, commonly referred to as "Hysterical Pregnancy". Please see your Dr and make sure that you are O.K. When you have a miscarriage it can take up to 2 months until the pregnancy symptoms goes away due to the hormones have not settled yet. It's normal.
Yes. All birth control methods can fail. If you feel that you could be pregnant with an IUD in place you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see a Dr right away due to risks to you and to the baby.
If the miscarriage is only suspected then it may not have been a miscarriage at all and the symptoms will not go away. However if it was a miscarriage, pregnancy symptoms may go before the bleeding starts or may not go for a week or so after.
During the second trimester, nausea and vomiting often fade away, and the pregnant woman often feels much better and more energetic.
Some women never experience it. Some women have implantation bleeding around the time the fetus implants it's self into the womb. Other have it for a host of different reasons later in pregnancy. If you are pregnant and spotting you should call your Dr. If you experience any cramps, bright red or heavy bleeding, clots, fever, or stop to all pregnancy symptoms you should go to the ER right away.
Most fertility experts will tell you that you won't have any pregnancy signs or symptoms until the embryo implants in the uterus. This can happen about the time you miss your period but for most women, pregnancy signs & symptoms will not kick in noticeably until you are 6 weeks pregnant (about 2 weeks after you miss your period). Some women don't have any pregnancy signs or symptoms except for a missed period! Anecdotally, many women who have posted on the internet & have discussed pregnancy signs & symptoms will tell you that they knew right away or a few days before their periods were due. If you are very in tune with your body, you may notice small changes right away. However, remember, most of the early pregnancy signs & symptoms are very similar to premenstrual symptoms and it is often difficult to know the difference until you miss a period.
If you have symptoms from a confirmed pregnancy and they suddenly disappear altogether you need to see a doctor right away. It could be a sign that you miscarried.
Every woman is different. Some feel sick right away, even before they find out that they are pregnant and some don't get sick at all. some women get it before they know they pregnant while some women gets it at 6 weeks ans some don't get it at all it depend of your our pregnancy symptoms Around 2 weeks but not all women experience nauseous.
First of all if you think you are pregnant and on birth control, see the doctor, as this can cause harm to the baby. Second of all, if you are on birth control and have had a period, I don't think you are pregnant. The symptoms of pregnancy are a missed period, sore breasts, tiredness, feeling queezy and feverish, also food cravings. It is possible to have some spotting in early pregnancy but this should only be pinkish brown and NOT heavy or red. It should go away. Otherwise, being on the pill and having a normal period, I don't think you are pregnant. I suggest you take a pregnancy test right now.