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2009-05-21 01:17:55
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unless the next month you miss your period and you dont have one no. Cramping and nausea come with your period


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A missed period is the most common, breast tenderness, fatigue, dizzy spells, nausea & vomiting, cramping, spotting, backache.

Cramping, nausea, and fatigue can be signs of pregnancy. These symptoms, along with tender, swollen breasts, and frequent urination are the first signs of pregnancy, after a missed period.

You CAN still get your "period" if your pregnant, but its not a real period. Its just spotting and Its completely normal... Id take the pregnancy test.

yes they could, all those symptoms are those of pregnancy

The cramping does not sound like pregnancy. I'd be seeing a doctor to find the cause. Tiredness and nausea can be a sign of pregnancy, but since it is combined with the cramps it does need to be checked.

Fatigue, nausea, vomiting, dizzy spells, breast tenderness, headaches and cramping can all be signs of an early pregnancy.

some people have no first pregnancy i had none.......others have symptoms like spotting from implantation....cramping....tender breasts.....nausea.....different for of luck!

Just the same as if it was not in place. Absence of periods, breast tenderness, nausea and tiredness.If the IUD is still in place then there should not be a chance of getting pregnant.Positive pregnancy testThey are the same as any pregnancy, breast tenderness, nausea, vomiting, period stopping, headaches and fatigue.Positive pregnancy testSame as normal: Headaches Dizziness Light cramping Light spotting around when period should be Feeling sick/actually being sick Exhausted Sore/tender breasts Needing to pee more Emotional and moodyThey're the same as any pregnancy symptoms.

Check out this website for information on teen pregnancy and symptoms of pregnancy Hello there. The signs of pregnancy at thirteen are the same as they would be at any age. A missed period, tiredness, tummy cramping, spotting blood, breasts tenderness and nipple tenderness, veins on breasts, nausea, over emotional, food adversions and/or cravings.

How you feel is not a sure indicator of pregnancy. The only way to be certain is to have a pregnancy test.

there are more than 3 signs of pregnancy. There's nausea, fatigue, late period, breast soreness, cramping, a metallic taste in the mouth etc

Every woman is different. So are her experiences of pregnancy. Not every woman has the same symptoms or even the same symptoms from one pregnancy to the next.spottingcrampingbreast changesfatiguenausea (morning sickness)missed periodfrequent urinationconstipationmood swingsheadaches & back paindizziness & fainting

Nausea, constipation, fatigue, headache, spotting, cramps, missed period, lower back cramps

Yes. Your uterus is stretching causing a bit of cramping and nausea depends on the levels of hcg in your system. Some women are more sensitive to hcg than others thus they get nauseated sooner in a pregnancy.

Being pregnant can produce many symptoms, but each individual is different as is each pregnancy. Some symptoms are sore or tender breasts, nausea, dizziness, cramping, spotting, cravings or increased appetite. You can take an at home pregnancy test, but to determine for sure you should have a doctor run an HCG test. Your doctor will also be able to estimate how far along you are.

Honestly, it is possible that it might be an early sign of pregnancy, or it could be PMS, some women get it worst than others!

Yes, in fact your symptoms are very common symptoms of pregnancy. You should take a home pregnancy test, and just to be positive you should go to the doctor and have them take a blood test.

Please note that not all women or all pregnancies have any early signs or symptoms! That said, the following can be caused by hormonal changes in early pregnancy: absence of menstruation, breast tenderness, nausea & vomiting, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, mild cramping, spotting, low backache, increase urination and darkening of the areola.

Yes nausea could be a sign of pregnancy

You differentiate pregnancy nausea from non-pregnancy nausea by taking a pregnancy test. And if it comes out negative your "not" pregnant.

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