The chances of being pregnant and still having your period two moths after conception and having no symptoms is slim but not unlikely I just found out that I am a month pregnant and I still had a period or what seemed like my period it was no different from others but I continued having symptoms after my period was over I continued having cramps, my breasts are starting to become more sore they keep getting bigger also I have a creamy/watery discharge which is usually thicker after my period. My advice to you is if you think your pregnant even though you havent missed a period I would go to the doctors to take a test because you never know. good luck!
You always get symptoms at least three weeks after conception (like puking, nausea and hunger)
Pregnancy symptoms do not start as early as the fourth day after conception. If a couple is trying to conceive or a woman is worried about getting pregnant pseudo pregnancy symptoms can occur at anytime.
Not a lot of women are pregnant and experience no pregnancy symptoms. But I would say about 2 months into the pregnancy and beyond they should experience pregnancy symptoms and a LOT of women experience symptoms a few days after conception.
You will notice symptoms one to two weeks after conception (conception usually occurs 5-7 days after intercourse). Remember though, not everyone shows ALL symptoms of pregnancy.
You can definitely feel "different" right after conception. Symptoms usually take a little more time to come up, tender breasts, mood swings, nausea but both times I've been pregnant right after conception I felt al little off.
You don't get symptoms until 2 weeks after conception
A blood test can pick up HCG seven days after conception.
It is very unlikely to have any symptoms on the first day of conception. If you do feel sick or something it is coincidental.
You are not actually pregnant the first 2 weeks and the symptoms starts later. The first week is when conception occur.
for me it was 12-14 days after conception,but I just had a feeling I was pregnant before then and sure enough...
Hi, No this means you are not pregnant. Question: ok, If it was about 5-6 days after conception, what would the Quantitative Blood test have shown if I was pregnant? Is it possible that it just registered low? Should I get tested again now that it is over two weeks since conception? I am 18 days late and have some pregnancy symptoms.
Yes, it is possible to be pregnant and have no symptoms after 6 weeks after conception. Years ago, women didn't even go see their doctors until after two missed periods to confirm the pregnancy. I have had five children and two miscarriages. With my two girls, I never had any symptoms and with one miscarriage, which took place at 6 weeks, I had no idea I was even pregnant, except for suspecting I might be because of a late period. I hope things go the way you want them to!!
No this is impossible because you will not be pregnant 24 hours after intercourse. It takes in total 5 days for fertilization and conception to occur and for the embryo to form. At the earliest, pregnancy symptoms usually occur 14 days after conception but it can be earlier.
Are you trying to conceive? Some people have symptoms because their mind is tricking their body into feeling a certain way but if your hcg levels are zero chances are that you are not pregnant. Pregnancy does raise the levels rather quickly after conception.
it depends on your body
2 weeks after conception
Nausea, vomiting, and breast tenderness.
You can get some such as constipation, mood swings and cravings for foods, also stronger taste buds. Your conception starts from 7-10.
You don't. The earliest you would get symptoms would be 2 weeks after conceiving
Nothing. Men do not have symptoms when a woman is pregnant.
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.
2 weeks after conception at the earliest
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?"