DEPO side effects will clear up within 2-3 months while pregnancy symptoms will continue. If you suspect you may be pregnant you need to have a blood test. Both cause an absence of menstruation, most women will have no menses the entire time they are on Depo (after the first few months of spotting/irregular bleeding). With pregnancy you will have nausea and breast tenderness, which are not usually present while on Depo.
By taking a pregnancy test. If it's positive, it might be the pregnancy symptoms.
effects are what happens when you have something symptoms are something that makes you think you have something
The hormonal effects from pregnancy can last for weeks or months after post-partum. This is especially true if you breastfeed your baby.
I dont know if you would call them side effects exactly but yes they are annoying symptoms of pregnancy.
yes it is normal. However, the symptoms for pregnancy are also the symptoms of Progesterone side effects. There is no definite and the waiting is excrutiating but the answer will not come earlier than the end of the 2ww.
Hi, Side effects are: * Feeling sick. * Abdominal cramping. * Tender breasts. * Headache. * Dizzyness. Basically, pregnancy like symptoms. BC pills do cause women to experience pregnancy like symptoms but these usually resolve themselves and disappear within 3 months.
Yes, however not very likely. Blood tests are 99.9% acurate. Blood tests are less acurate before pregnancy effects the body, but at that point there wouldn't be "symptoms" either.
The effects of teen pregnancy are the same as any other pregnancy. But keep in mind not all have the same effects.
All women are different, some claim to have symptoms a few days after. Typically around a week after you can experience symptoms such as cramping. This is due to implantation of the egg occurring. Other symptoms of early pregnancy include headaches, bloating, fatigue and nausea. I hope this helps :)
what are the cuases and effects of teenage pregnancy in ghana
you wont have any. i am 13 and pregnant and the effects didnt come till 8 weeks. not 5 days.
The father will not have any pregnancy symptoms because he is not the one who is physiologically capable of being pregnant. Only the mother will have pregnancy symptoms. Unless he is in proximity to the mother, he may not even be aware of the pregnancy. That being said, when fathers and mothers are experiencing a pregnancy together, the father will experience the secondary effects of the mother's pregnancy symptoms. He will be a witness to the pregnancy and therefore is a natural recipient of some indications that the mother is pregnant. For instance, he may detect mood swings and/or increased breast sensitivity. He should be extremely delicate in his response to these symptoms and acknowledge privately that the mother is being unduly influenced by irregular hormones and thus outwardly cautious, gentle, understanding, and patient. Becoming angry or reactionary to these changes in the mother will not reverse the symptoms but may only exacerbate them, particularly in terms of mood swings.
If your on any BC that's problem the side effects you feel
You are correct that stress can cause disruptions in her cycle. The symptoms that you describe are the same as is seen in pregnancy, but they are also side effects of the morning after pill. I think your best course is to get a pregnancy test and put your mind at ease.
The effects of teenage pregnancy on the academic performance of pupils will vary between specific individuals. These include lack of interest and poor neurological function due to tiredness.
The main risk of gestational diabetes is rapid weight gain in the fetus. The extra blood sugar running through the mother's bloodstream can cause the baby to pack on the pounds quickly. Symptoms of gestational diabetes include: fatigue, frequent urination, yeast infections and extreme thirst. A lot of these symptoms are difficult to distinguish from regular pregnancy symptoms. Your doctor will test you for gestational diabetes between week 24 and 28 of your pregnancy. You will drink a sugar drink and your blood will be evaluated for how it reacts to the sugar.
mass is how much matter or "stuff" is in an object but weight is how much matter is in an object with the effects of gravity
You are having these pregnancy symptoms because you're using DEPO. DEPO is notorious for hormonal imbalances, menustration problems & side effects. Your having the side effects. Change your birth control to tablets or use a condom.
There are no effects on your hair when you are pregnant.
In the first three months of use, NuvaRing may cause breast tenderness and nausea, which can remind some women of pregnancy symptoms. In addition, the NuvaRing can sometimes cause a missed period. If you think you may be pregnant, take a pregnancy test. If you're having side effects, contact your health care provider to discuss options.
Sometimes it can yes as birth control will remain in your system for 3 months & you can continue to have occassional side effects during this time. But I would recommend you perform a pregnancy test.
Yes it can be. It could also be a sign of being pregnant. See your doctor about your symptoms and have a pregnancy blood test performed.
Being on an IUD and getting symptoms such as cramps and spotting is not your period, nor is it likely a pregnancy. These are common side effects of having an IUD.
They combat pregnancy.