It is common for this to happen after stopping Birth Control. The change in hormones causes this to happen. Eventually your hormones will become balanced again and your period will be regular and these symptoms will subside. If you are having difficulty regulating your body's hormones, speak with your doctor.
early pregnancy symptoms are so similar to period symptoms that it is so hard to tell. There is bloating, cramping, breast pain, and just "knowing" your pregnant
It could be your hormones, pregnancy symptoms and monthly cycle symptoms are very similar. You should take a test and/ or see your doc to be sure. Hope this helps! (I am pregnant though and have sensitive nipples.)
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.
You can have symptoms that are similar to PMS and still be pregnant.
Sounds like you are pre-menstrual. The symptoms are similar to pregnancy.
Yes, the symptoms of getting your period or ovulating can be similar to pregnancy symptoms.
I would say around the time your period is due, pregnancy symptoms are similar to period symptoms, in the beginning. Hope this helps.
Period symptoms are very similar to pregnancy symptoms, so this is probably why
Pregnancy flutters are only for women who are pregnant. If you are not pregnant and believe you have it, it is something else with similar symptoms.
Pregnancy symptoms and PMS symptoms are somewhat similar it depends on the girl. If there is a chance you are pregnant visit your gyno. if not you should be good to go!
Yes, Pregnant and menopausal women may report missing a period, having an unusually short or light period or experience spotting only. They also report similar symptoms such as fatigue, mood swings, irritability, weight gain, bloating, light-headedness or dizziness, breast pain and headaches.
Food intolerances can be confused with food allergies, since the symptoms of nausea, cramps, bloating, and diarrhea are similar.
Yes, PMS sometimes gives women similar symptoms as pregnancy. SO does stress!!! Or wanting to be pg.
Yes, possibly. It's one of the horribly tricky things our body does to us that early pregnancy symptoms are so similar to PMS symptoms. Pregnancy can cause irritability and mood swings, sore breasts, and even cramping and spotting. Wait and see if your period comes normally; if not then you should go buy a home pregnancy test.
Probably not. Symptoms of pregnancy are caused by hormonal changes, seven days is not sufficient time for hormones to be causing symptoms. She maybe having PMS - the symptoms are often similar.
Yes, you can. Many of the symptoms women experience from their period (sore breasts, cramping, even nausea) are similar to pregnancy syndroms. Don't worry, it's normal.
This balloon feeling symptom sounds more like gas. By the time you notice the pressure of your baby inside you, you should know you are already pregnant. If you really do suspect you are pregnant, you should take a test. By this point, you should get an accurate result no matter what day you take it, unless you are mistaking this bloating feeling for PMS symptoms.
Technically the way you constructed your sentence you're not really asking a question but here's a possible explanation to what I think you might be asking. The way birth control pills work is that it tricks your body into thinking that it is already pregnant so that you don't ovulate. Hence the birth control box will state symptoms similar to pregnancy symptoms (i.e. bloating, nausea, vomiting, etc)
If you had your period you are not pregnant and your symptoms are due to the hormones in the patch. It works like the pill to fool your body into thinking it is pregnant so you get similar symptoms. Don't worry they will go away. Read the paper which comes in the patch box and it will tell you how long you can expect the symptoms to last.
Minigynon is a form of birth control. It is an oral contraceptive that is used to prevent unwanted pregnancies. Side effects of Mingynon are similar to other birth control pills such as bloating, sore or swollen breasts and weight gain.
The symptoms vary in every woman. The most common ones are darkening of the nipples and aerola. Fullness in the breasts as well as tender breasts. Sensitivity to tastes and smells. Lower back pain similar to period cramps are also quite common, as well as tightness of the abdomen right below the navel
Yes you can get symptoms, Menstual and pregnancy symptoms are very similar so can be confused alot, such as cramps, headaches, sore breasts, feeling poorly. If you suspect you are pregnant than take a test but this is very unlikely if you have been taking your pill correctly (same time every day, not 3 hours later than the time you usually take it). The mini-pill will not affect a pregnancy test result.
Initially, leukemia symptoms may be similar to that of the flu, but as the illness progresses, the symptoms will get more severe, and additional symptoms may occur.
Yes, they are
It is very possible as those are very similar symptoms of pregnancy. I would buy a pregnancy test if you would like to know for sure as they are very accurate. If you read the details there may be some that you can take in 5 days or even possibly today.