I think that white discharge and cramping are symptoms of pregnancy. I had really bad cramps in the beginning of my pregnancy and very white discharge. I think that white discharge and cramping are symptoms of pregnancy. I had really bad cramps in the beginning of my pregnancy and very white discharge.
Yes it is, i have cramping and backache right now, i do get really hot aswell. try and keep the feveres down though. xoxo
There is such a wide range of normal that I would not worry unless the cramps are really bad and/or you have bleeding.
Yes its very possible. Cramping is a common symptoms in pregnancy and so is some minor bleeding, but if both have lasted more than 3 days you should go see your doctor. Just to be safe
Passing tissue early in pregnancy is not really normal, but it is common. It is usually a sign of a miscarriage. Generally there are cramping pains and blood loss as well. See a doctor to see if what you have seen is a miscarriage.
You can have cramping during implantation, but many, many things can cause cramping. If you think you might be pregnant, you should see a doctor as soon as possible. If you're trying to see of you're pregnant earlier than a test will show, well, there's really no way to tell. Everyone has different symptoms which each pregnancy. Hope this helps!
I have had three children and each pregnancy symptoms was different so to your answer yes and no so really no one can really tell you that answer because everyone is different.
Not really. Pregnancy symptoms generally consist of a missed period, implantation bleeding, sore/swollen nipples, color change in nipples, nausea, fatigue, etc. Although not all women have all or any of these pregnancy symptoms. The sharp pain could be gas, menstrual cramping, ovulation or other reasons as well.
Hello - It sounds like you need to do a pregnancy test hun. The symptoms you have described are associated with pregnancy. If you do a test now it should be accurate. Take care. :-)
Yes, it is very normal not to have any symptoms during pregnancy. Most women don't find out that they're pregnant until they have missed a period. And most of the time women will not experience any symptoms until later in the pregnancy. But I strongly recommend to you to wait and see if your period comes, and if not, go take a test. (At times if you're really stressed out about it you can miss a period, or it may come later.)
it's normal to have cramping in pregnancy. most of the time it's from the uterus stretching. but if it gets really painful or you start to spot and or bleed than i would call your doctor cause it could be something bad and or pre term labor.
It really depends on the length of your cycle? As well if you have a chance of pregnancy. If there is i would take a pregnancy test when AF is due. If not it could be PMS symptoms, every now and again your hormones change and symptoms of PMS change with it. Endometriosis may be the culprit. It can cause abdominal cramping much earlier than your period. It could also be implantation cramping as the result of pregnancy. You may want to pay special attention each month to see if you have cramping around that same day and talk to your OB/GYN about endometriosis.
It has been known to happen that women have their periods while being pregnant. If the cramping and bleeding is heavier than a normal period, it's also possible you are having a miscarriage. See a doctor.
That all depends on the symptoms and the person. If you're really concerned, your absolute best bet will always be to talk to your OB/GYN.
Hi, You will sometimes receive pregnancy symptoms when taking BCP because of the hormones contained in BCP. This is very normal and the symptoms usually decrease after 3 months. In regard to real pregnancy symptoms, the only difference is you will not be on BCP when you're having pregnancy symptoms. If you're taking BCP and you experience pregnancy symptoms, the only think you can do if you suspect pregnancy is to see your Doctor for a blood test to confirm or rule out pregnancy. Missed period Positive pregnancy test Feeling sick/actually being sick Really tired/exhausted Hungrier or loss of appetite Food cravings Food/smell aversions Headaches
Pregnancy symptoms are a lot like PMS symptoms so maybe you are pregnant. 18 days late.... if your cycles are normal its time for a test. Good luck!
because you might be really sick, or dying.IDK
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.
Get to a doctor. Everything might be okay, but do you really want to take a chance?
Yes. The early symptoms of pregnancy, breast tenderness, nausea, lack of a period etc. All have many, many other potential causes. If you're past the normal start of your period, then your best bet is to go get a home pregnancy test and find out.
It's possible ... but none of these are reliable symptoms. Try a pregnancy test, they are fairly reliable.
If I am correct, men can get what they think are symptoms of pregnancy, but really they are just worried about there pregnant girlfriend or wife or partner... But literally, men can not get real symptoms of being pregnant because they are not female. hope this helped!!
*Pregnancy is pregnancy, teen or not. The symptoms are the same. Nausea, fatigue, missed period, tender/swollen breasts, food adversions or cravings, mood swings. *Teenage pregnancy is easier to identify because it's harder to stay normal and healthy. Your belly inflates heaps, it's really hard to drive, and your clothes stretch and my buttons have popped off my new jeans, so I had to get a larger size. *Not really, it's the same general set of symptoms for every female, though each particular one will have their own symptoms depending on their body, but regardless of age. I put a link into Related Links that lists many symptoms of early pregnancy.
Usually a false pregnancy means that you have taken a pregnancy test and it gives you a positive reading when you are not pregnancy (which is very rare) or a negative reading when you really are pregnant.