No, you can never feel it but at the ultrasound you can see and hear it.
Nausea during pregnancy is caused by changes in the hormone levels in the body during the early stages of pregnancy. It usually happens early on in the pregnancy.
In the early stages of pregnancy she will have nausea, cramps, backache.
In early stages of pregnancy your hormones are going crazy, it is possible to feel softer down there with the change in your body, or it is all in your head.
No. Although many people do feel very tired during early pregnancy (or at other stages during pregnancy) others do not feel this. This is fine, as symptoms vary from person to person and is not a sign that anything is wrong
No, exercising is good for you and very important when pregnant and as long as you feel good things are fine.
In my experience, my belly button did not feel different during early pregnancy.
By the time you'd "feel" anything there you would be VERY pregnant. Take a test.
I think that you should take a pregnancy test when you think you are pregnant, or when you feel something in your tummy.
It is normal to feel bloated in early pregnancy.
Accompanying other symptoms yes it can be your insides making room for the baby. You will feel this more at the early stages.
In the later stages of pregnancy, it can yes.
Yes, you definitely can feel light-headed in early pregnancy. Many people have dizzy spells. If you've already missed your period, you should take a pregnancy test.
I'm preGnant and my bottom part of my tummy is hard
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Yes early on it does.
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It means that your placenta is in the front of your uterus. This is not an issue in early pregnancy as the placenta usually moves as pregnancy progresses. If it is still anterior near end of pregnancy it can make you have to have a C-section. Also, it will be harder to feel the baby's kicks and movement as an anterior placenta cushions the baby from the tummy.
One to two weeks. You will feel nausea, swollen and/or tender breasts, and missed period are the most obvious early symptoms of pregnancy.
You may be having uterine cramps, but the most likely explanation is gas, it can be very painful in the early stages of pregnancy.
Yes. Your uterus is growing and stretching rapidly to accomodate the new life growing inside you. These first pains you feel in early pregnancy feel much like regular period cramps, and are often mistaken for such. However, you need to call your doctor immediately if you have cramping with dizziness, light-headedness, fainting or shortness of breath, as these could be signs of ectopic pregnancy.
In my both my pregnacies if I bent over too far too quick I got a bad cramp in my tummy, in bed twistin around I sometimes got pinching in my stomach, sitting doing laundry gave me tummy aches(backaches too) early on