yes and gets more severe as the pregnancy further develops
No it could be that your period is about to start more like.
The number one most reported sign of VERY early pregnancy is being more tired than usual.
It can be, however it is more likely that the cramps are being caused by the fact that your period is arriving soon. However, if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test
Yes. It depnds on how soon the pregnancy test was done after a 'missed' period. The longer after the missed period, the more accurate the results. Some pregnancy tests are designed to detect pregnancy earliesrthan others. A blood test is the most accurate test for pregnancy.
Swollen toes and fingers is not a definitive symptom of pregnancy, especially early pregnancy! It is far more likely that it is a pre-menstrual sign-- that you are close to having a period.
upto 5 days before your due period, you have more chance with an internet cheapie test to detect really early as they start from detecting 10mul of hCG.
If your period was lighter than normal this could be pregnancy related.
early pregnancy bleeding will probably be more irregular if you are used to a regular cycle, it will be lighter and shortr than a normal period usually, probably a more pinkier or brownish color, none or little clotting, smells different from a normal period, early pregnancy bleeding and periods can be such a pain to tell apart sometimes, and everybody is different most times it can be separated because it has those considerable differences
Those are definitely symptoms of early pregnancy. I would suggest taking and early pregnancy test. More symptoms might include sore breasts,nausea, and aversions to smells and tastes.
There is that many home pregnancy tests these days that determine early pregnancy, test 5 - 10 days before a missed period, blah blah blah, my opinion, as anxious as you may be, is to wait til AFTER your missed period, then test, your pregnancy hormones will be higher, and you will get a more accurate result :) GoodLuck x
Yes you could be pregnant hun. Do a test in a few more days.