You only have symptoms for a few weeks, not for the entire pregnancy.
It depends if you have had sex during the past 5 wks.
You might be pregnant - take a test These are menstrual symptoms, it takes a while for your breasts to dry up, not pregnant.
it's possible. depends on if you've stopped having your menstrual cycle or not. as long as your having a period, your ovulating. As long as your ovulating, you can get pregnant!
you could be but most likely not. pregnancy symptoms are so common and sometimes mock pre menstrual symptoms (pms). you should get a positive result on a pregnancy test by now if you are.
If you stopped taking pills halfway there are chances that your periods have delayed or you are pregnant. I advice you to take a pregnancy test to clear your doubts.
Chances are Good. In fact you may already be pregnant, which is why you aren't having a period.
If you have unprotected sex, there is always a chance of pregnancy. For a lot of women, they are the most fertile right after they stop taking birth control. If you had intercourse around the time of ovulation, your chances will be higher of getting pregnant.
Not necessarily. I had no early pregnancy symptoms at all in my second pregnancy, and most women have stopped them by about 12 weeks, you may just be stopping them a bit sooner than average. Asyou are worried talk to your doctor for reassurance.
Yes you could be pregnant still. Do a pregnancy test.
Either you are two weeks pregnant, or the hormones of a normal pregnancy stopped dividing - usually indicating the pregnancy has been miscarried.
If you have literally just finished your period and your period was normal for you; amount of blood flow, duration of period etc, then you will not be pregnant. If you have recently stopped/started taking birth control pills, this can cause some women to experience pregnancy like symptoms but this will resolve. However, if for any reason you do suspect that you may be pregnant, perform a urine pregnancy test 3-4 weeks after you last had intercourse and the result will be accurate.
If you haven't stopped your period, and you aren't getting morning sickness, Then WHAT are these pregnancy symptoms you say you are experiencing?
It sounds like you're saying that you had sex during your period and your period then stopped and now you're having pregnancy symptoms. If that's what happened, the likelihood that you are pregnant is not very high. Most women ovulate somewhere around two weeks prior to the onset of menses, but there is always a slim chance that you ovulated late. You can take a pregnancy test, but it's always best to see a health care professional if you continue to have concerns. Good luck.
Yes. You might be pregnant.
My period stopped after my 4th month of pregnancy
A negative pregnancy test, followed by a repeat test in a week, means you're not pregnant. Many women who are stopping depo attribute all kinds of symptoms to pregnancy. These symptoms may be due to your cycle restarting, or may be unrelated to your reproductive system. If you're trying to get pregnant, see your health care provider, start prenatal vitamins, and stay healthy. If you're trying to avoid pregnancy, find another method of birth control.
very good...i had a friend that still bleed for 4 days and then found out she was pregnant
I do not fully understand your question but you can not have your peirod and be pregnant, though some of those symptoms can come because of harmones alone. not necassarally because you are pregnate. Mallory
That's a classic sign. You could be. A lot of time people think that it there period and months later find out ther months pregnant that why the doctor always ask when was your last normal period
You can become pregneant anytime of the month day or year.
No you cannot. When you are pregnant your menstrual cycle is stopped until after birth
No not necessarily there are such things as phantom pregnancies where you will have all the same symptoms of being pregnant but you wont be. your period may have also stopped if you have had hormonal changes or depression. The best idea i can suggest is to see a doctor. they are able to determine for certain if you are pregnant and if not they can look into why you have missed periods.