It is all your hormones being out of whack. The levels are all off during your pregnancy
-Morning sickness -No period -Nausea -Cravings
Period: Cramps Headaches Nausea Diarrohea Tired Emotional and moody Pregnancy: Missed period Headaches Dizziness Feeling sick and actually being sick Exhausted Positive pregnancy test Emotional and moody Needing to pee more
I'm not positive about that but you might wanna take a pregnancy test. Those are signs of pregnancy.
Yes, they are. You should take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Quite often the second pregnancy is completely different. I had really sore breasts, nausea and tiredness with my first, with the second I had none of these symptoms despite it being a twin pregnancy.
Just the same as if it was not in place. Absence of periods, breast tenderness, nausea and tiredness.If the IUD is still in place then there should not be a chance of getting pregnant.Positive pregnancy testThey are the same as any pregnancy, breast tenderness, nausea, vomiting, period stopping, headaches and fatigue.Positive pregnancy testSame as normal: Headaches Dizziness Light cramping Light spotting around when period should be Feeling sick/actually being sick Exhausted Sore/tender breasts Needing to pee more Emotional and moodyThey're the same as any pregnancy symptoms.
There are various signs of early pregnancy with the most famous one being shortness of breath. Other signs include sore breasts, fatigue, nausea and frequent urination.
The cramps and enlarged breasts are signs of period, but with nausea it is more a sign of pregnancy
Usually one of the very first signs in being very tired and needing to take naps, later tenderness in the brest and nausea.
I HAVE NEVER HEARD OF NUMB HANDS BEING A SIGN OF PREGNANCY (POSSIBLY FROSTBITE) BUT THERE ARE MANY OTHER SIGNS OF PREGNANCY, FIRST BEING THE STOPPING OF YOUR MENSTRAL CYCLE AND SECOND NAUSEA UPON RISING IN THE MORNING SOMETIMES LASTING ALL DAY...YOU SHOULD TAKE A PREGNANCY TEST IF YOU THINK YOU MAY BE PREGNANT..THEN SEE YOUR DOCTOR.
This was actually the 1st thing (apart from being late) that I actually noticed before I even knew I was pregnant.