If your period is late or you have missed a period, then yes you could still be pregnant.
The most common pregnancy symptoms at five weeks are missed period, nausea, breast tenderness, and fatigue.
Fatigue,morning sickness and missed period
most likely you are those are symptoms also you can have your period or signs of your period even if your pregnant
late menstrual period, tenderness in breasts, nausea, fatigue, crampy
Yes, it don,t matter if you are or not ( on your perioc) I've heard that is possible, but, it's also possible those those are merely symptoms of your period. Are you bloated as well?
Cramping, nausea, and fatigue can be signs of pregnancy. These symptoms, along with tender, swollen breasts, and frequent urination are the first signs of pregnancy, after a missed period.
The symptoms of pregnancy are the same for a woman who had the IUD removed as they are for a woman who never used the IUD: absent period, fatigue, breast tenderness, nausea, frequent urination. Take a pregnancy test to see if you're pregnant.
There is not for sure way to tell that you are pregnant without a test, especially if you suspect that you are pregnant. Look for symptoms such as swollen/tender breasts, nausea, missed period, and fatigue/tiredness.
YES, it is pregnancy symptoms.
Missed Period Headaches Tender Breasts Nausea Lower Backaches
the first sign is a missed period,Breast tenderness, Nausea and Morning Sickness,Frequent Urination,Spotting,and Fatigue
Some symptoms of being pregnant before a missed period are nausea and dizziness. You may also have some breast tenderness.
Missed period fatigue nausea pelvic pain cravings throwing up bloated
Yes you could be pregnant if you are having unprotected sex. Symptoms are usually nausea, vomiting, and breast tenderness. If you are pregnant, you could be threatening to have a misscarriage, or not pregnant and having a late period.
You can tell you're pregnant by: Tender breasts Missed period Nausea Cramps Fatigue Cravings Headaches/Backaches
well pregnancy symptoms can start prior to period. 1week before your period symptoms may be seen. fatigue,nausea,frequent urination are the signs you can notice.
If you are on the pill it is unlikely that you are pregnant. If you did get pregnant you would have the same symptoms as if you were not on the pill. Nausea, fatigue, tender breasts, heartburn, frequent urination. Missing a period COULD be a sign - but would be less reliable because you are taking hormones. At home pregnancy tests will work even if you are on the pill.
Lol, my GF is 5 months pregnant and they are the symptoms she had before she knew for sure. Good luck darling. NO ABORTION. You step up to your responsibility and look after him/her.
You could be pregnant. Do you have any other symptoms and what do you mean abnormal period?
Missed period, positive pregnancy test, breast tenderness, fatigue -- same symptoms as without the IUD.
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.
missed period, nipples are dark, breasts grow, feeling sick/nausea
symptoms sometimes include abdominal cramps prior or during the period (usually the first few days), nausea, fatigue, bloating, headaches and migraines, loss of appetite, irritability, and sometimes an increase in sexual drive.
missed period sore breast nausea tiredness to name a few