Have you been checked out for the possibility of an ectopic pregnancy? It just amazes me how many doctors miss out on the diagnosis. If you have pains in your shoulder blades, I suggest you see your doctor pronto!
EXCESSIVE tiredness and breast tenderness are typically the first signs of pregnancy. Not until your atleast 2 months pregnant do you get nauseous, frequent urination and headaches, and its not until late in pregnancy you get cravings. So you may just be coming down with a cold. I would suggest taking a pregnancy test to be sure.
yes,ovulation can occur at any point in your cycle. Headaches are a common symptom of pregnancy. If you feel you may be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see your doctor.
You know you are pregnant if you experience the following early symptoms;breast changes,fatigue and Spotting and Cramping. Above all if you miss your periods it means you are pregnant.
If you're not missing your periods then you're not pregnant.
Depends.Signs of pregnancy are:CrampsLate periodsCravingsHeadachesHormonesMore hungryEtc....If you have most of them contact your doctor.
If you don't get a period with your IUD, you are not likely to get pregnant. If you have breast tenderness, nausea, or fatigue, take a pregnancy test.
Breast changes,fatigue, nausea and missed periods are theearly symptoms of pregnancy.
Frequent urination, food cravings, breast tenderness, bloating, headaches, fatigue, moodiness, backaches, nausea, and most commonly missed periods are major signs of pregnancy. Many of these signs are comparable to P.M.S. so please be sure to take a pregnancy test to confirm that you are pregnant. If you would rather your doctor draw blood to confirm your pregnancy, this may be more accurate.
No. If you are having periods, you are not pregnant.
Not sure headaches relate to the heaviness, but periods very commonly cause severe headaches.
No you can't as when you are pregnant your periods stop for the time you are pregnant
can you get pregnant when your on the implant and still have periods
One can always GET pregnant. You are probably not currently pregnant if you have regular periods.
The heavy periods suggest strongly that you are not pregnant. If they were suddenly lighter, then that would be more of an indication - as would them stopping altogether. The headaches and the heavy periods taken together may indicate that your birth control - if it is oral, intravenous or patch hormonal contraceptive - no longer suits your body. Your GP/HMO, sexual health or family planning practitioner can discuss this with you in confidence and find you a different brand or method that should remove the symptoms. Have this dealt with immediately - there is no reason in a modern world to put up with "severe" headaches.
No there isn't any chance you are pregnant as you've been having regular periods. See your doctor to be certain though and ask for a Quantitative beta HCG blood test. You will need to ask specifically for this test and its 100% accurate.
Some women still have periods while pregnant but it is not common.
First off, endometriosis affects women only. It does this by causing a growth of cells on the lining of the uterus, causing numerous symptoms. Some are pain during periods and intercourse, hip aches, lower back pain, fatigue, irregular periods, headaches, fever, depression, infertility, and more.
rabbits don't have periods.
Hello. Yes you can still get pregnant with irregular periods.
You can't get pregnant. The IUD does cause you to have periods.
While you are pregnant you do not have periods at all.
Yes you can still get pregnant after you periods.
Sounds to me like you've just had a miscarriage. Why didn't you get a pregnant test done dear?