Absolutely! Lots of people go through a pregnancy and with the exception of weight gain, have no symptoms or discomfort.pregnancy with out symptomsYes it is very possible. I have heard of someone going to a hospital for stomache pains and the doctor saying "you're in labor!" The woman never even knew she was pregnant. She was very much over wait to begain with, so she didn't notice the extra pounds.But, if you are expecting to be pregnant, you should watch for symptoms. - Sore breast should happen most of the time, but may not always. - Breast will definatly enlarge and harden as they fill with milk. - The need to urinate more often will happen. As the baby grows it lays over your bladder. - Morning sickness is not always a symptom. I've been pregnant three times with no morning sickness. - Being tired more often with less energy happens in most pregnancy.
Those are a few of the first symptoms. If you know what they are and watch for them, they should be expected. But for someone that didn't think they were pregnant may not notice the symptoms. If you experience any of them you should definatly get tested.
being pregnant is a symtom of being pregnant
Yes, It is normal to be 7 weeks pregnant and not have any symptoms I am almost 8 weeks pregnant and i have only had minor cramping so I never suspected anything except that I was 3 weeks late.
Don't mean to scare you, but I was 5 1/2 months pregnant before I knew.
No, you can have the symptoms and not be pregnant and not have any symptoms but still be pregnant. The only way to be sure is to take a test.
Yes. YES, one can be pregnant and not have any symptoms . I was two months when I found out I was pregnant and didn't have any symptoms not even a missed period. One day I went to the doctor for a regular checkup and the doctor told me I was pregnant.
No, you dont have to have any set of symptoms to be pregnant. Some women have no symptoms at all! Some women's only symptom is that they do not have a monthly period. Some women have all the major symptoms of pregnancy. Both are completely normal. If you are unsure if you are pregnant though, please see your doctor for a test.
No. You will get pregnancy symptoms. It is impossible not to get pregnancy symptoms. Yes, you can be pregnant and have no symptoms at all. Haven't you seen that tv show "Pregnant and didn't know it?"
Yes, it is possible.
It is possible to be pregnant. Symptoms can appear at any time.
If you had two normal periods , the chances of you getting pregnant are very little.
Same as any other. It doesn't have any special signs. If someone is pregnant that has an IUD then it would be a statistic just like if the pill failed.the symptoms are those of normal pregnancy.
No. Two normal heavy periods and no symptoms of pregnancy sound like your definitely not pregnant.
You definitely are pregnant
It is normal not to feel any symptoms, I started feeling pregnancy symptoms when I was 6 weeks!
You don't have to be pregnant with all of these symptoms, I have these symptoms a lot and I am not pregnant. It's very normal for me but I have some other problems. Consult your doctor if you think your pregnant.
I did not have any symptoms for the first fourth months of pregnancy. I still had my normal menstrual cycle, no morning sickness or fatigue. I thought that the true way to determine if you are pregnant is no period. Why I am hearing so many women say that they had regular periods and were in FACT PREGNANT. How is that possible.
That is completely normal. I did not have any symptoms until I was around 11 weeks pregnant. I agree, with my first I had really sore breasts and bone-aching tiredness, second time around even chasing after a hyperactive two year old I had no symptoms whatsoever, (and that was a twin pregnancy)
You are fine. Dont worry some people dont have any symptoms at all. I have all the symptoms and im 9 weeks so you are lucky lol so relax.
No, some go without any symptoms.
Yes. Many women never see any implantation bleeding. This is perfectly normal.
If you had normal period (not short! not light!) - your chances for pregnancy are about 1%. If you had unusual period + pregnancy symptoms - you chances or pregnancy are 50%-60%.
Pregnancy symptoms are not a normal side effect of Mirena removal. Take a pregnancy test.
Yes. The symptoms can be due to normal illnesses or to hormone fluctuation.