Yes this is a very good indication of pregnancy, yet it could also be a sign of something medically wrong. I would take a home pregnancy test and see what the result is. Use your first morning urine, as this is more concentrated with the pregnancy hormone (HCG). If you get a negative and are still having these symptoms, call the doctor. You can get a blood pregnancy test that will show up a lot sooner than the urine test.
i am 3 months pregnant and i am still having morning sickness. is that normal
yes everyone has different symptoms and your lucky for not having morning sickness congrats
No. There is no link between the risk for miscarriage and morning sickness.
YES!! Every pregnancy is different and comes with different symptoms. (My mom only had morning sickness with her son, and felt great with all of her daughters!) =]
No, you can get morning sickness when expecting a boy or a girl. It is a myth that you only experience it with one or the other. It's the hormones that are released during pregnancy that cause morning sickness, and these are the same when the baby is a boy and when the baby is a girl
No, it could be a sign of something else and every pregnancy does not involve morning sickness (75% do). The best ways to tell if you are pregnant are missed periods, home pregnancy tests, and physician exams and laboratory tests.
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This question should go unanswered, because it makes no sense to believe that you could be pregnant after eating and feeling stomach pain. You may just have food poisoning or gas, maybe even heartburn, but pregnancy, I believe not. you are obviously referring to "morning sickness" which can occur anytime of the day most likely during the first trimester. if you think you are having morning sickness you need to have a pregnancy test done as you need to be seeking prenatal care if you are indeed pregnant. ~pawsalmighty
Not everyone gets morning sickness. If you do, it's not necessarily in the morning, either. (I had morning sickness with one child, but not the other. Both are boys.)
Pregnancy test... Most of the symptoms are: Random cravings, Moodswings, Morning sickness, Missing/not having your period, ETC...
can a close grandma get morning sickness if granddaughter is having it?
Yes. Feeling bloated and having minor pains is a sign of pregnancy. It usually occurs the second month along with morning sickness.
Well usually, the cramps will feel like period cramps, but it will be in your uterus. If you feel nauseated or queasy, just sick to your stomach, that's morning sickness. Kinda feels like the flu. Some women throw up with it, but not all women. I have 3 children and I haven't thrown up with either one. I just always felt like I had a stomach flu. And it doesn't have to be just in the morning. It can be anytime of day. But if your cramps are in the stomach part, and not the uterus, and it feels flu like, it may be morning sickness. I think it is unlikely to be morning sickness if you are just having cramps in the absence of any other symptoms like nausea vomiting or food aversion. the bowel slows down when you are pregnant to increase absorption of essential nutrients - sometimes this causes constipation and irritable bowel type symptoms. Some cramping in early pregnancy is normal but I would get it checked out to be sure
It depends on whether you had sex, if you were at your most fertile time and if you vomited because you had a sickness or if you were having morning sickness.
Not everyone gets morning sickness. Count yourself lucky.
Not necessarily. I was severely sick my entire pregnancy. I had to take a prescription medication because I was vomiting so much. I had a boy.
Eating a lot of healthy fats and proteins daily can help someone who has morning sickness problem.
Some people believe that intense morning sickness is a sign that they're pregnant with a boy, while mild morning sickness means a girl. Other people believe that getting sick in the morning is another sign of a boy, and morning sickness at night a girl.
Many women experience "morning sickness" during the first trimester of their pregnancy and other women don't. However, women sometimes don't experience morning sickness until they are 6 weeks pregnant. If you do experience morning sickness you should have some relief by 14 weeks. Some women have a greater chance of having morning sickness - migraine sufferers, history of motion sickness, pregnant with multiples and if your family members experienced morning sickness. Consider yourself lucky if you are feeling well and don't worry about it! You won't be able to feel the baby move until 16 - 22 weeks even though the baby starts to move around week 7. You will be able to see the baby move when you get an ultrasound. The baby's movement feels like butterflies in your stomach and will get stronger as your pregnancy progresses.
You might want to take a pregnancy test to find out or make a doctors appointment? you could have morning sickness or night sickness you get it when your pregnant
The chances are high with morning sicknes. Do a test and see your doctor for a ultrasound and blood test.
Even a faint positive is a positive. And false positives are very rare. You are pregnant.
In early pregnancy it is possible, but it would not be a real common thing. But every woman is different, as are her pregnancies. It might be a one day thing if your body has just detected you are pregnant and are producing high or fluctuating levels of HCG (human chorionic gonadotopin), which is a pregnancy hormone that is believed to be one of the main causes of morning sickness. Sometimes morning sickness will come only once or twice, then nothing for a few weeks, but then it really kicks in. Like the calm before the storm, so to speak. With my first pregnancy I had exactly two little waves of nausea a few days apart during the third or fourth week. That was it! Why not just take a home pregnancy test and get it over with so you will know whether to watch for more symptoms or not? Some people experience no morning sickness ever. if you really feel that you are having morning sickness, then just take a test and find out for sure if you are pregnant and that could be what is causing your symptoms. Take a test. Not everyone gets morning sickness.
No, it is not caused by an infectious organism, it is caused by your body's response to the pregnancy. If someone else is having morning sickness symptoms, and they are not pregnant, then you might want to avoid close contact with them until it is clear what is causing their nausea and vomiting. However, if it is your husband who is having "morning sickness", then that is a condition that can be "caught", in a manner of speaking. Many husbands do get a psychosomatic illness ("sympathy" illness) along with their wives who have morning sickness. They may also have nausea and vomiting along with the pregnant wife if they are hyper-sensitive to the sight, sounds, and smells of someone vomiting. But it is not at all infectious in the usual sense.
Yes. Some women do not even have morning sickness at all. Having it for a couple of days is perfectly normal.