What are the typical pregnancy symptoms?
Missed period. Nausea or vomiting Cramping Veins on breasts Tender breasts or nipples A line going down your abdomonen from your belly button (not all the time) Headaches Tiredness Excessively urinating Extra or a lot of vaginal discharge similar to ovulation discharge.
Are flu like symptoms such as body aches and aching eyes symptoms of pregnancy because you have heard flu like symptoms can happen in pregnancy?
You may have body aches but aching eyes would not be a typical symptom of pregnancy. Usually when it is said that you might have flu-like symptoms with pregnancy, it is referring more to the malaise, unexplained fatigue, and nausea and vomiting (such as with "stomach flu"), not the upper respiratory symptoms like cough, sneeze, sore throat, runny nose, watery eyes and high fever.
Early pregnancy symptoms can sometimes happen before a missed period and before a positive pregnancy test. Especially the 3, 4, 5, and 6 weeks pregnant signs. Early pregnancy symptoms and signs are usually related to the pregnancy hormone hCG or "Human Chorionic Gonadotropin" which is responsible for pregnancy signs. Even though hCG is usually not detectable in large number until after a missed menstrual period, there are many women who report having typical pregnancy symptoms…
Could you be pregnant if four days after your ovulation you started having cramps and fatigue and lots of milky discharge and sore nipples but your period is not due for about 5 days?
Could you be pregnant if in the past 5 days you have had a pelvic pinching feeling and your pms symptoms came earlier than usual and you have sore breasts bloated tummy food cravings and major bm's?
Ironically, the same symptoms that are common in early pregnancy are the same as when you're pre-menstrual. Some of your symptoms are not typical for early pregnancy symptoms, and yet, some are. One thing that is true about pregnancy is everyone's experience is different. So, just because some may not be typical, it doesn't negate the possibility of pregnancy. The pinching feeling is common during implantation. Only 3 to 5% of women experience implantation bleeding…
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.
You have been feeling hot and cold headaches and really bad constipation trapped wind and bloatedness is this a sign that im pregnant as you only tried 2 days ago?
Those can be some signs of pregnancy (although not the most typical ones), but if you only ovulated two days ago, it is way too early to have pregnancy symptoms. It takes about a week for a fertilized egg to implant in the uterus; until implantation happens, your body is not making the pregnancy hormones that cause pregnancy symptoms. If you are truly experiencing pregnancy symptoms, you must have ovulated and gotten pregnant earlier than…
What if you finish your menstrual but you have pregnancy symptoms a week later and then you take a test and it comes out negativeis it to early could you still be pregnant?
Yes, its possible though its more likely that the symptoms are menstrual related, not pregnancy. In a typical 28 day cycle, ovulation occurs about 14 days after the 1st day of the previous period and a pregnancy test is not very accurate until at least 10 days after that. Pregnancy tests are most accurate when you are sure you have missed your period.
Yes, it is very possible; signs of pregnancy are completely individual. Some women will have all or most of the typical symptoms of pregnancy (morning sickness, breast tenderness, added weight, hormonal imbalances, etc.) while some women will experience little to no symptoms at all. If you have any doubt about being pregnant, take a home pregnancy test and, if positive, follow up with your family practitioner or ObGyn.
They were symptoms of my pregnancy, but just because you're experiencing these symptoms does not mean that you are pregnant. They can also be symptoms of being overly stressed which can also affect your period. Well heartburn is definatley a symptom of pregnancy. As you do not get heartburn from stress! Actually all those symptoms are a symptom of pregnancy.