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 is normal not to feel any symptoms, I started feeling pregnancy symptoms when I was 6 weeks!
No, it is completely normal to not get any pregnancy symptoms during the first trimester. Some women never get any pregnancy symptoms, while others get every symptom known to man.
Early symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy are spotting that does not go away, and pain on the side where the ectopic is. However, these symptoms mimick normal pregnancy symptoms. It is difficult to diagnose an ectopic any earlier than 4 weeks.
Do not worry. Some women have the pleasure of not feeling any symptoms durning pregnancy and it is completely normal, but if you are very conserned, seek your doctor.
no their is not its normal to blead during pregnancy.
Pregnancy is different for everyone. Some women have no symptoms at all, and some have all the symptoms at once, it completely normal.
Every woman is different. We all experience different symtoms and some woman dont experience any symptoms at all.
Pregnancy symptoms are not a normal side effect of Mirena removal. Take a pregnancy test.
Yes you could, you get all the symptoms of a normal pregnancy.
Symptoms of pregnancy include a missing period, breast tenderness, and nausea. These are not symptoms of any STD.
Yes, headaches are very common pregnancy symptoms and are caused by the pregnancy hormones
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?"
A period during pregnancy is not hereditary however it is never a normal period. It's simply a light period or vaginal bleeding. Pregnancy symptoms are not hereditary. Every woman will experience different pregnancy symptoms and the same woman may have different symptoms in different pregnancies. There are things that go on during pregnancy which can be symptomatic and hereditary, but these are separate from the symptoms which indicate pregnancy.
Yes - early pregnancy bleeding is often mistaken for period bleeding. If you don't have any other pregnancy symptoms (e.g. nausea, sensitive breasts) then you shouldn't worry. If you have got other symptoms then you might want to use a pregnancy test kit.
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%.
yes i had a miscarriage and i still had pregnancy signs for another week or so
A missed period and positive pregnancy test are the normal symptoms of pregnancy. A feeling of gas in the stomach is a normal human sensation.
If you have any kind of spotting at any point in your pregnancy it is crucial to go to the doctor (or emergency room). That's untrue you can have spotting during the 1st trimester of your pregnancy it isn't too uncommon, though if it doesn't go away I would suggest seeing the doctor.
It is absolutely normal. If they didn't come and go, they would drive you crazy!
yes it is normal. However, the symptoms for pregnancy are also the symptoms of Progesterone side effects. There is no definite and the waiting is excrutiating but the answer will not come earlier than the end of the 2ww.
go to the hospital it could be an ectopic pregnancy
that depends on your age... you should have a doctor check that out.