Some women say they experience symptoms right away other women can go 1-2 or even 3 months without knowing that they have conceived and are pregnant. I just found out I was pregnant with #4 6wks and I just knew I was from the symptoms I was having. all women are different if you think you are pregnant talk to you doctor they will help you find out.
You can have pregnancy symptoms from day one to the last day of your pregnancy.
They can be, but I have always been told that each pregnancy is a completely new and different experience, and will possibly have very different symptoms.
Not always, each pregnancy is different. Having experienced pregnancy before, you might notice symptoms sooner because you might know what to look for.
Yes, we as women always have pregnancy symptoms that's why it's so hard to tell when we are actually pregnant. The only true way to tell is a blood test from the doctor.
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 you're not taking the pill, it's always possible to get pregnant, fake symptoms or not.
Yes it's possible! You can feel tired, have headaches, have sore breasts and many of the symptoms without being pregnant but you always want to double check to see if you are or not for sure!
2nd what is the first? here are some symptoms. Fatigue, Nausea/vomiting, tender and/or swelled breast, Sometimes fainting. Missed period is always a good sign to even rule in or out the pregnancy questions.
Most people will automatically jump to the conclusion that you are pregnant, if you are displaying symptoms of pregnancy! Office gossip always has to have a latest subject!!!! Remember that all of the signs and symptoms of pregnancy, could also have other reasons as to why they are happening to your body. Take a pregnancy test and if it comes back negative, check out your symptoms with your Dr.
No, it isn't possible. Even with a missed period it isn't always a dead given. Even with pregnancy symptoms it isn't always a dead given it could just be a hormonal imbalance. Sorry.
not always as each women experience different symptoms at different stages of there pregnancy. if you are worried then you should speak to your midwife who will be able to check things are ok and talk to you on what to expect out of your pregnancy.
No, most people have no symptoms for chlamydia. Among women, 80-90% don't get symptoms, and about half of men can have it without symptoms.
Nipple discharge and absent periods is a combination of symptoms that always deserves a checkup. Take a pregnancy test first if you are at risk of pregnancy. If that's not the cause, there could be a hormonal imbalance that is causing this combination of symptoms.
== == You might mistake frequent urination or slightly worse eyesight for pregnancy, but those are symptoms that usually start after you've already missed your period, which would be one of the first signs of pregnancy. As far as I have always known (being a diabetic), I have never had any symptoms of being pregnant.
Always possible but it's normal for some girls to have irregular periods.
There is a very slight chance. With pregnancy, there are always exceptions to everything.
Early pregnancy symptoms can include vomiting, not all women will experience this. Others are fine, some may feel some nausea. Each is different and no one pregnancy is the same.
The IUD causes pregnant like symptoms. There are women who experience these same symptoms including me. As for the chocolate craving...thats ideal..your a woman..I crave chocolate everyday of my life. Always have, always will :). Take a pregnancy test...that always relieves any worries of pregnancy.
Absolutely, and some women never do. It is more common to experience symptoms, especially with a boy...but that is not always the case. In fact, if you search the internet, you will find lots of women who swear that they had normal periods all the way through pregnancy. Doctors refuse to acknowledge this, but I believe the women who have been there.
A doctor's pregnancy test would be the most reliable evidence of pregnancy. Home pregnancy tests are helpful, but not always reliable. Even on their packaging they claim 99 or 99.9% accuracy. If you display signs of pregnancy, go see your doctor and see what your immediate future holds.
pregnancy doesn't always happen.
No, pregnancy tests are not always correct.
If you have been having unprotected sex then yes the chance is ALWAYS there. You should always use some form of protection. Although it is unusual to have pregnancy symptoms within two weeks of conception I would advise you to take a test if you go as far as two weeks late.
It is not likely that the lack of breast tenderness would be a symptom of pregnancy just because you usually have it as a PMS symptom. You're symptoms of pregnancy include: missed period, fatigue, swollen and or tender breasts, mood swings, flu like symptoms, nausea, implantation bleeding (slightly different than a period) etc. Not all women will experience pregnancy symptoms so if you do suspect you might be pregnant, you should take a test rather than relying solely on symptoms. Not all women will experience a missed period during the first few weeks of pregnancy, so again, it is important to use other determinations of pregnancy other than symptoms. It is important for you to confirm your pregnancy as soon as possible to ensure the proper care and safety of you and your new baby. Most of these symptoms will start about two weeks after the first day of your missed period.
It is possible....only if sperm reached your vagina. Without you knowing whether or not it did, then you will just have to wait and see. Be on the lookout for pregnancy symptoms anyway. But you should always use condoms for anal sex just for health reasons despite the unnecessary risk of pregnancy (unless sperm touches the vagina) You're symptoms of pregnancy include: missed period, fatigue, swollen and or tender breasts, mood swings, flu like symptoms, nausea, implantation bleeding (slightly different than a period) etc. Not all women will experience pregnancy symptoms so if you do suspect you might be pregnant, you should take a test rather than relying solely on symptoms. Not all women do experience a missed period during the first few weeks of pregnancy, so again, it is important to use other determinations of pregnancy other than symptoms. It is important for you to confirm your pregnancy as soon as possible to ensure the proper care and safety of you and your new baby. Most of these symptoms will start about two weeks after the first day of your missed period. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/