ha ha LOVE is very strange. and you are to young...
no, see your doctor
Not during the first few weeks maybe like into the 3rd or 4th month its normal but not a few weeks.See your OB/GYN
It's different for everyone. Some experience it within the first few weeks, others around 6 months of pregnancy and some get no back pain
Yes definitely. Usually you make it back once you aren't sick anymore....
It depends on what the lower stomache pains feel like. If it is a crampy type pain, then yes, this can be a symptom of pregnancy ,as is lower back pain. Within the first 20 weeks.
Well, They didn't see anything from the outside until 9 weeks. My uterus is very far back. My doctor told me that at 7 weeks they can usually see the baby really well from the outside.
My doctor prescribed it to me for my back and i am 22 weeks....
Yes, it can take a few weeks for the hormones to go back to normal. Of course if you know you've had unprotected sex there is a risk for a new pregnancy.
You could do, but it is most likely unrelated to the pregnancy, because back pain in pregnancy normally only occurs in later stages of pregnancy when the baby is heavy and causing a lot of strain on the body
you must go back and they have to extract the pregnancy. that is what i was told when i had an abortion. its not safe to continue the pregnancy. go to the doc asap
Huh wat do you mean after 18 weeks ? Do you mean can a pregnancy turn in to an ectopic if yes the answer is no wer the egg settles in stays it wont mov back in to ur tube and become ectopic
The first recorded, treated case of an ectopic pregnancy was back in the 1970's. This was the first time one was successfully removed.
I think the best answer to that is 'probably.' These things are all caused by the surging hormones that are associated with early stage pregnancy. If you are pregnant, you will only be two or three weeks in, so there is no point doing a pregnancy test - most can't pick anything up until about five weeks along.
I am 5 weeks and 2 days and it just started today.
Sometimes it can take hcg two weeks or more to get back to zero, so if you have hcg above 5, two weeks after cytotec, then you may get a positive hpt but not actually be pregnant.
The first trimester of a pregnancy lasts up until week 12. If you are 11 weeks pregnant and you have a competent sonographer, there is NO WAY you could miss seeing an intrauterine pregnancy (a normal pregnancy inside the uterus). If you had an ultrasound and the sonographer didn't see anything (even as early as 5 or 6 weeks you should see a gestational sac) then you have probably miscarried already. Take another pregnancy test with your doctor's guidance. Another scenario that might come up (if your pregnancy test is still positive) is that you might have an ectopic pregnancy (where the egg implanted OUTSIDE of the uterus). This is fairly common but can be a serious disorder. The egg can implant anywhere in the pelvis or abdomen, but if you're 11 weeks along and you're not in a lot of pain, then that's probably unlikely. Go back and talk to your doctor.
i stopped taking my birth control and now i havent had my period in six weeks, i had sex six weeks ago. i took three pregnancy tests and they came back invalid
Yes it can although 10 weeks sounds a bit early but no pregnancy is exactly like the books. Rhinitis of pregnancy ('wide nose") is common during pregnancy and is caused by elevated estrogen levels which cause the mucus linings to get thicker and excess fluid retention and weight gain. It goes back after birth.
After pregnancy you can bleed any where from 2 weeks to 6 weeks depending on the person and if you are nursing. If you are nursing it will be shorter and your actual period will probably not return until the baby is eating solids and even then it is often very light and non-regular. If you do not nurse it should take you about 4 weeks after you stop bleeding from birth to have your first period. Then your cycle should shift back into what is normal for you.
Do you mean how do they determine how far along you are? Pregnancy is 40 weeks long. It starts the day of conception. When you realize you have missed your period you are already 4 weeks along or maybe further depending on how quickly you realize you are late. Go back to the first day of your last period, and you probably ovulated 10-15 days after that, that is week 1, and that is how they figure how many weeks you are. A good resource is: www.babycenter.com
No. You should see your doctor for any pains or bleeding you have during pregnancy.
The discharges of various colour does not mean you are pregnant at all.
No your hcg levels should have gone back down