No its not a sign of puberty but definetly stress.
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...
I would not rely on that alone as a sign of pregnancy. When was your last period? If you are unsure if you are pregnant or not, you should take a pregnancy test! Good luck.
No ,your blood probably needs iron.
Trouble breathing is not a typical sign of pregnancy, however some people experience this as a result of an increase in progesterone levels.
Having these mood swings is the exact sign of pregnancy.
While pregnancy can cause nausea on some women, it should not cause considerable pain. If you think you're pregnant and if you're having abdominal trouble, get to a doctor.
No, it is a sign you are fighting an infection.
If sleeping less is your only symptom, probably not. You may sleep less during pregnancy but your main signs of pregnancy are (in order): * swollen/tender breasts * change in color of breasts * fatigue
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.
Yes, excess creamy discharge could be a sign
Not if you are male.
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.
No. Dark circles under ones eyes mean you haven't been sleeping or are over sleeping and are drained.
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.
Yeah, it's a sign... that you've a cold.
No. You don't ovulate during pregnancy.
Yes. Feeling bloated and having minor pains is a sign of pregnancy. It usually occurs the second month along with morning sickness.