Pregnancy Symptoms

What are some signs of being pregnant without a missed period and without morning sickness?


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2005-11-12 09:23:05
2005-11-12 09:23:05

If you have not missed a period it is unlikely you are pregnant.

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Fatigue,morning sickness and missed period

Missed period, breast tenderness or swollen nipples, morning sickness, headaches.

morning sickness it can occur 2 - 8 weeks after conception

Missed period, swollen/tender breasts, fatigue, weight gain, morning sickness.

Yes you could. I didn't know I was pregnant till 16 weeks. No morning sickness with any of mine. Congrats if you are!!!

well it depends on if you have like the morning sickness and stuff I think you should just get the pregnancy test.

Light spotting and cramping, sore breasts, fatigue, morning sickness, a missed period, and mood swings are all signs of pregnancy.

i guess that they would notice that they missed periods and had morning sickness, i also heard that they would take your pee and put it in a rabbit and if it died you were pregnant? im not sure......

No, it could be a sign of something else and every pregnancy does not involve morning sickness (75% do). The best ways to tell if you are pregnant are missed periods, home pregnancy tests, and physician exams and laboratory tests.

Many women have no symptoms at all. Nausea, morning sickness and missed period are common. Spotting is another symptom that happens with some women.

Yes. Missing your period is a sign of pregancy. Morning sickness is called that only if you are pregnant. You might just be sick for two weeks. If you had sex, you have the risk of being pregnant. No condom increases that chance GREATLY. Withdraw method isn't that reliable of birth control. Go buy a pregnancy test.

the first sign is a missed period,Breast tenderness, Nausea and Morning Sickness,Frequent Urination,Spotting,and Fatigue

missed periodmorning sicknessheadacheslight headedness(etc.)

Some common signs of pregnancy are a missed period, tender breasts, and morning sickness.

You really need to take a pregnancy test. But sometimes a missed period, morning sickness, breast tenderness and sometimes mood swings. But you should really get a pregnancy test done.

It is possible. I suggest you take a test. Your first sings will be a missed period, swollen tender breasts, weight gain, morning sickness etc.

Missed PeriodJust "Feeling" PregnantBreast TendernessFatigueFrequent UrinationNauseaDizziness and/or FaintingFood Cravings, or Aversions to FoodsMorning SicknessSensitivity to Aromas

Every pregnancy is different, but the most common signs are missed period, sore, tender breasts, fatigue, morning sickness, urinating ALL the time.

Sore breast,Missed period, Tired all the time, Morning sickness which for some its all day sickness, Frequent urination, Sensitivite to smells,

The most common early pregnancy symptoms are a missed menstrual cycle, nausea (or commonly called "morning sickness", although this symptom can occur at any time of day), tender breasts, and tiredness. If you suspect that you are pregnant, you should consult with your health care provider for lab confirmation and begin prenatal care immediately.

Well there are a few ways too no if you're pregnant, Missed periods, gaining weight, eating a lot, tenderness around your breast's, feeling sick, bloating, Nausea, morning sickness, headaches, backaches. The best way is to take a pregnancy test.

Of course that's why most people don't even know their pregnant until their about 4-6 weeks pregnant and that's only because they missed their period, I didn't know until I was 7 weeks. you wont "feel" pregnant until about the 3rd to 4rd month, when you start to get a little bigger. UNLESS you have bad morning sickness then you will feel it a lot sooner.AnswerI felt great until about ten weeks when I started to get morning sickness.

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