The best thing to do to know for sure if to take a pregnancy test, it's the only way you'll know. Nausea could be morning sickness and yes your breasts do go tender when pregnant and you may get headaches, although this could just be an illness that's going around. My advice to you is get the pregnancy test, find out, and if your not pregnant maybe go get checked out by the doctor just to make sure everything is ok
Some women have a harmless, physiologic (normal) discharge early in pregnancy. At the point when you'd expect to notice this, your pregnancy test would be positive.
It is somewhat risky to inhale acetone, and it could cause headaches.
Cervical mucus changes vary from not only woman to woman but also pregnancy to pregnancy. A woman can have one pregnancy where she has a ton of extra cervical discharge and then another pregnancy where she has absolutely none. Typically cervical mucus in pregnancy dries up somewhat but it is not uncommon for a woman to have a lotion-like cervical mucus during her pregnancy or somewhere in between the dry and lotion-like consistencies. There is no one cervical mucus that can determine pregnancy.
As the baby grows during your pregnancy, the uterus is receiving a lot of blood flow in order to deliver all the necesary nutrients & oxygen your baby needs to grow. Often your cervix (which is the entrance to the uterus) is slightly swollen due to the increased blood flow. The blood vessels in the cervix are also somewhat bigger. Pink discharge after intercourse that appears as spotting can be a normal sign. The "trauma" of the penis contacting the cervix during intercourse can cause these blood vessels to rupture and a small amount of bleeding to occur. This is normal. However, pink discharge may be a sign of something more serious. Pink or red discharge is always fresh bleeding. Brown discharge is almost always "old" bleeding. It is always best to check with your healthcare provider in order to know for sure whether pink discharge during pregnancy is normal for you. ANSWER I got pink blood in my discharge can that happen in early pregnancy but the thing is I got my period 2 weeks later
Yes - go to the doctor and ask them to do a test because it's more reliable
In my opinion, a pregnancy test would be the first step. They are fairly cheap and somewhat reliable. However, If you wait the few days and you have what is a somewhat normal menses, then you may not have been pregnant. If you are pregnant and then have bleeding similar to a period,the pregnancy may terminate itself. Just be on the lookout for other signs and symptoms such as excessive cramping, unusual bleeding,and unusual vaginal discharge with foul odor.
When vaginal discharge is brownish it is somewhat normal but still could have something wrong to it. If it is yellow then i would go see a doctor about it. But if your too young to go see a doctor about your vaginal discharge tell your mother or guardian. -BillionQuestions13-
Every pregnancy is somewhat different from another...do not worry that the lack of tiredness will affect your pregnancy.
Most women complain about feeling bloated during pregnancy. Much of the "bloat" is caused by hormones, weight gain and the huge increase in the mothers blood volume. Bloating can be somewhat helped, by reducing your salt intake.However, if you are experiencing extreme swelling of your extremities (hands and feet) that is not better after resting, elevating your legs and feet and cutting back on salt and salty foods, or are experiencing headaches, high blood pressure, visual abnormalities or dizzy spells - this could be a sign of pre-eclampsia and you need to be evaluated by your doctor or midwife ASAP.
Maybe Bacterial Vaginosis which is the result of your vaginal environment being unbalanced. You can have an odor,itching, and or discharge that is somewhat white. Some people just have discharge and no other symptoms. The doctor can treat it with antibiotics. It can reoccur though I am not sre what the treatment is if it is a chronic case.
The short answer is no. If the pregnancy test is negative, you are not pregnant, and therefore you cannot have an ectopic pregnancy. The long answer is somewhat more complex. There have been case reports in the medical literature of women with demonstrated ectopic pregnancy that had negative urine and even blood pregnancy tests. It is uncertain why this occurred in these circumstances, but it should be noted that this is VERY RARE. For the overwhelming majority of women, a negative pregnancy test means ectopic pregnancy is an impossibility.
It is a white somewhat sticky substance that comes out of your vagina. And sticks to the underwear. If that's what you are getting you can be rest assured it's harmless
Menstruation usually starts about two months after childbirth. However, breastfeeding may delay it somewhat.
Yes you can. Go to your doctors, Brown spotting is therefore known as ' Implantation bleeding' Where the egg implants in the womb, Which sheds tissue, Which is produced as brown discharge/Small amount of blood. & It is a possibilty you can still be having regular bleeding throughout pregnancy. It is in somewhat cases normal. Good look x
Somewhat, they have been proven to raise the chances of both participants dying during birth process.
Signs of pregnancy on the implant are lack of bleeding and positive pregnancy test. Irregular bleeding on the implant is a side effect, and not a sign of pregnancy.
Yes and no. When I was pregnant I experienced some discharge. This is just caused by your body collecting stuff for your mucas plug. It is normal. Now the cramping is somewhat normal. Depending upon how severe the cramps are and if you are having any bleeding, you might want to talk to your OB. There is a medical term for some of those craps and it is called braxton hicks. The cramps are similar to the cramps you have when you go into labor. You are probably not in laor but it would be wise to tell your OB that you are havign these cramps. Do not hide anything from them.
CPD is a somewhat uncommon disorder that can affect pregnant women, its characteristics and conditions should be discussed with a doctor or obstetrician or midwife.
Yes, one of the possible side effects of Focalin XR is headaches. I've taken it for over four years now and have somewhat concluded (for me atleast) that stress plays a major role in causing a headache-not a normal headache though, a bit stronger, not too fun at all--this is especially so when you have your concentration broken when trying to complete something (ex:trying to complete a project at work and a fellow co-worker begins to bug you in some way)-small things like that have caused major headaches lasting for hours.Make sure you get proper sleep as well-a lack of sleep causes them from too much stress on the brain. Hope this helped somewhat,-swim
All but a few species of spiders have venom. The venom of the white tailed spider is somewhat painful and may produce nausea, vomiting, headaches, etc. However, their bites are not considered medical problems.
honestly, all families are different. Some accept it, and some will deny you. mine denied me somewhat till i gave birth
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, because the same thing always happens to me, its always right before my period comes, like a week before i get somewhat thick discharge
They'll grow around the middle. Not like a human pregnancy with a bump in the stomach (although the pregnancy will show here at first) but all around; their hips and stomach both will look very bloated and if you touch it GENTLY will feel somewhat firm and bumpy.
When i was pregnant i had extremley similar discharge and quite a lot of it, the only difference being the smell. I know it had a smell but glue does not come to mind, my little girl is 4 now so it was a few years back. Also my friend is 19 weeks pregnant and she has exactly the same discharge, does not smell glue but it has quite a potent smell