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You may think you are having early pregnancy symptoms but there is no way to verify before your period is due, do to insufficient hCG levels.

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Q: Can you find your pregnancy symptoms before your period?
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Do you feel like you're getting your period before you find out if you are pregnant?

Early pregnancy symptoms are often the same as the symptoms you get before your period starts! ~pawsalmighty Last week, before my period was due, I had the lower abdominal pain... But my period never came....???? hmmmmm....

Are an absent period and being hungry and tired along with increased urination and bowel movements all considered symptoms of pregnancy?

Hi, Yes these are pregnancy symptoms but there also symptoms of a tummy upset. If your period is late, do a pregnancy test to find out for sure.

Can pregnancy be detected before a missed period?

Depends on timing. If your period finished a day ago, you have a whole month to find out, but if it's been three weeks since you had your period, you'll notice the absence before the symptoms. 

Is there any chance you are not pregnant even though you missed your period and have pregnancy symptoms and two positive home pregnancy tests?

No. Go to your doctor and find out what you want to do.

Your period is a day late and a negative pregnancy test result now you have light cramping is it your period?

Not necessarily. Many women experience symptoms similar to menstrual symptoms around the time of their expected period when they are actually pregnant. If you think that you might be pregnant, and you are a day late on your period, you might take a home pregnancy test to find out.

Is it normal to not have any pregnancy symptoms?

Yes, it is very normal not to have any symptoms during pregnancy. Most women don't find out that they're pregnant until they have missed a period. And most of the time women will not experience any symptoms until later in the pregnancy. But I strongly recommend to you to wait and see if your period comes, and if not, go take a test. (At times if you're really stressed out about it you can miss a period, or it may come later.)

Symptoms of pregnancy while on Mirena?

Same as when not on Mirena, get a pregnancy test & find out

Is it possible to not be pregnant but really experiencing pregnancy symptoms for almost 3 weeks?

Yes. The early symptoms of pregnancy, breast tenderness, nausea, lack of a period etc. All have many, many other potential causes. If you're past the normal start of your period, then your best bet is to go get a home pregnancy test and find out.

I have my period and am very dizzy with other pregnancy symptoms - can I be pregnant?

There is a small chance you could be pregnant but with your period you can get dizzy, have cramps, bloating, headaches, backaches, and feel like you are pregnant. The best way to find out for sure is to take a pregnancy test.

What is the difference between pregnancy and period symptoms?

Everyone is different. Women who have bloating, tender breasts, will find that they go on for longer than usual and the period will not arrive. Other women will have no symptoms of either. I used to have no pre-menstrual symptoms at all then when I became pregnant and my period was a day late my breasts became very sore and hard.

What else can you do to find out im pregnant when too early to know?

Well, it is difficult to tell when it is too early. The best thing I can tell you to do is to look for pregnancy symptoms. This can be hard because a lot of these symptoms can be similar to PMS or for other reasons (or you can imagine them if you suspect your are pregnant!). You're symptoms of pregnancy include: missed period, fatigue, swollen and or tender breasts, mood swings, flu like symptoms, nausea, implantation bleeding (slightly different than a period) etc. Not all women will experience pregnancy symptoms so if you do suspect you might be pregnant, you should take a test rather than relying solely on symptoms. Not all women do experience a missed period during the first few weeks of pregnancy, so again, it is important to use other determinations of pregnancy other than symptoms. It is important for you to confirm your pregnancy as soon as possible to ensure the proper care and safety of you and your new baby. Most of these symptoms will start about two weeks after the first day of your missed period. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy:

It sometimes burns when I pee and im spotting at times am I 2 weeks pregnant?

Neither of these symptoms sound particularly like pregnancy. If you do not get a period for the next month or so, then you might take a pregnancy test to find out.

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