== == * I've heard it said that once a female becomes pregnant then her symptoms will rub off onto the male.
== == * It is not a myth! Some men are quite sensitive to their female counterpart's pregnancy symptoms WHEN she is pregnant. They can get indigestion, pains in their stomach and believe it or not some men feel (but of course aren't) going through labor. I would think it's more out of nervousness. Men generally don't feel pregnancy symptoms when they are dating and their girlfriend isn't pregnant (for sure.) He may be worried (you probably have been worried yourself about getting pregnant) that you are! This can cause indigestion, headaches, stomach pains and plain worry on both of your parts. If he's got anything it's bad nerves. Hopefully you are using condoms at least and of course they are not 100% effective. == == * I think everyone's different, when my mom was pregnant with me she found out because my dad started to get pregnancy symptoms, but then again it didn't happen with my other sisters only with me. so yeah, i just guess everyone's different. * From experience I can say that yes your boyfriend could also get the pregnancy symptoms. In my case my boyfriend had basically all the symptoms. He had the morning sickness, he felt sick most of the time, vomited a couple of times, he had the cravings, and the day before I gave birth he felt really bad pain. I will never forget that day because when he was going through his pain he told me, "watch your going to give birth tomorrow!" And as you know it. I gave birth the very next day. Its really awkward and funny, but it was a great experience.
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Yes, the symptoms of getting your period or ovulating can be similar to pregnancy symptoms.
No getting a cold is not the sign of pregnancy.
Yes; you are going to be the one experiencing pregnancy symptoms, NOT your boyfriend. Your body is the one that is changing not his. Your hormones are changing like crazy, not his. You are going to be carrying a baby, not him. It has nothing to do with him but only one time, and that is during sex if he releases sperm into your vagina to fertilize your eggs. That is the only thing he has to do with YOUR pregnancy.
As it has been done, he has zero chance of getting you pregnant.
Pregnancy symptoms do not start as early as the fourth day after conception. If a couple is trying to conceive or a woman is worried about getting pregnant pseudo pregnancy symptoms can occur at anytime.
As soon as you get pregnant. I started getting symptoms when i was a month I was always sick i guess it really depends on the person.
If tubes were tied correctly, you shouldn't get pregnant at all. That's the point of getting them tied. If something went wrong and you still got pregnant, then symptoms would be the same as any other pregnancy.
One of the symptoms of pregnancy is not getting your period.
when in doubt, assume you are pregnant. then take a urine pregnancy test, and if that is negative. then you can also check by getting a blood pregnancy test.
If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
No. They are just pre-mentrual symptoms that you are getting before your period. However, if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test
most people start getting pregnancy symptoms at 2 weeks.
Yes, you can have a full-term pregnancy after getting pregnant with Mirena.
A bad headache could be a sign of pregnancy depending on if you have other symptoms along with it. If you think your pregnant, that consult your doctor.
4 wks sounds a lil early to already start getting symptoms of pregnancy
Sometimes it is everyday vomiting. Sometimes it is weekly.
Yes - take a test
I suggest getting the book "What to expect when expecting" you can get it cheap (.75 cents) on www.half.ebay.com Every woman is different so it is hard to say what symptoms you will have and when.
If the woman has recently had sex and is no longer getting her period and has pregnancy-like symptoms, she should see a doctor to see if she is pregnant. It is definitely a possibility.
Yes to your first question and pregnancy symptoms can happen at any time but the only true way to tell is waiting a few weeks and getting a blood test. Good luck.
You wouldn't. You wouldn't be getting any symptoms yet and you couldn't get a positive result on a pregnancy test
Yes. If you conceived then you are pregnant. Unless you had a miscarriage but you would probably have noticed this. Get a pregnancy test from a shop and see. Once you have done that, if it turns out you are pregnant, go and see a doctor.
Flu-like symptoms a day after copulation does not signify pregnancy. More or less, your stomach cramps may be due to air entering your system during the sexual act. The flu-like symptoms may be attributed to other things you have done the day before but not to pregnancy.
No, that is a symtom of your period. I know it is wierd. Pregancy symptoms are period symptoms :)