Tummy aches are said to be common in the first few weeks of pregnancy. But, it could also be a stomach thing. If you really think you may be pregnant, take a test.
Urine colour is no indication of pregnancy hon. Stomach cramps can be a sign of pregnancy, diahrrhea, tummy bug, UTI or just wind.
Yes, but not necessarily.
No, it is not. A sign of pregnancy is absence of menarche (your period), increased girth around your waist (your tummy gets bigger), and food sensitivity could be a sign of pregnancy.
No, if you cease having a period then that can be a sign of pregnancy.
no .....it is not a sign of pregnancy do not worry...
Hello - Yes this could be a sign of pregnancy or a sign of a upset tummy. Its difficult to say. Do a test next week if your period doesnt arrive.
no, but you should take a test.
Having these mood swings is the exact sign of pregnancy.
No, it is a sign you are fighting an infection.
Yes, but not likely.
No it is the opposite. Not having one is.
Take a test. There are many signs of pregnancy.
Yes, PMS can also be a sign of pregnancy providing you haven't got your period. Do a pregnancy test.
By the time you'd "feel" anything there you would be VERY pregnant. Take a test.
Yes, excess creamy discharge could be a sign
Not if you are male.
If you know you are pregnant it could be yes, sometimes you feel your uterus as the ligaments stretch and of course the first movements you feel around 20 weeks feel like butterflies. If you have not yet missed a period butterflies are not a sign. Hello. Butterflys in your tummy, in itself as a symptom I wouldn't put down to pregnancy. The main tell tale sign of being pregnant is a missed period or various early pregnancy symptoms. But yes women can experience butterflys in their tummy but this is usually when their two - three months along. Wait till your period arrive hun then do a test if it isn't normal or doesn't arrive. Take care. Actually, although not necessarily common or reliable, having a "fluttery" feeling in your abdomen can be a sign of pregnancy, especially when accompanied by the more common pregnancy symptoms (nausea, headache, backache, frequent urination, breast tenderness, etc..). If your period is late, take a pregnancy test.
Hiya! Yes it is possible this is a sign of pregnancy. Do a test in two weeks.
No, it is a sign of an infection, you may be pregnant as well, but the raised temperature is not a sign.
Swollen toes and fingers is not a definitive symptom of pregnancy, especially early pregnancy! It is far more likely that it is a pre-menstrual sign-- that you are close to having a period.
You may certainly have back pain becasue you are pregnant but it is not a sign of pregnancy as there are just too many causes of back pain.