well if you are sexually active it could mean you are very possibly pregnant, have you missed your period, when did you start getting these symptoms and how far along would you be nausea comes around th 6 to 8 week of pregnancy those sound like fairly common prego symptoms take a test but there are several other reason for those symptoms too so to be sure take a test but read the instructions and use morning urin, before you drink anything, remember stress cAN CAUSE a HUGE role in how you are feeling
Hi there. Yes these are all signs of pregnancy.
I would go and see your doctor
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.
unless the next month you miss your period and you dont have one no. Cramping and nausea come with your period
no but talk to a doctor your period can be irregular
It gives you nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramping, and diarrhea
Yes - take a pregnancy test
See a doctor!
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, cramping, headache.
Common ovarian pain symptoms are irregular menstrual periods, vomiting/nausea, and bloating. WebMD is an excellent resource for finding out more information about ovarian pain and how to identify it.
menstrual cycle, food poisoning, stomach flu.
What kinds or feelings do you have when you are pregnant? Nausea, abdominal cramping, headache.......
Yes you are very much pregnant.
yes you can. My friend got pregnant twice and had the IUD
may experience dizziness, nausea, a rapid heartbeat, and cramping.
Discharge in the panties, cramping, headaches, nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, bloating, etc.
Feelings of nausea (even vomiting in some women) and cramping can most certainly occur when you are late with your period. Obviously you are stressed out about the possibility of being pregnant and stress can cause late periods. Try to relax, take a warm bath and see if that will bring it on. Meanwhile, if you are not on some type of birth control I suggest you see your doctor and if you are, thistoo can cause you to miss periods, have cramping and feel nauseated. Get your sexual partner to ALWAYS wear a condom to protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. If you haven't started your period by the end of the month then please see your doctor.
The menstrual cycle is a very sensitive thing and can become irregular for a number of reasons. Irregular periods aren't unusual as they affect about 30% of women in their reproductive years. An irregular period is any type of bleeding that is abnormal when compared to your usual menstrual cycle. This can include a late period, an early period or bleeding between periods. It can also appear as particularly heavy bleeding (menorrhagia) or scanty bleeding. Many women also experience irregular periods in the form of a missed period, continuous periods, or periods that occur twice in one cycle. Irregular menstrual periods are usually the result of hormonal signals that have been thrown out of sync. In order to produce a period, your body makes hormones, like estrogen and progesterone. These hormones are kept in the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and ovaries inside your body. In order to trigger ovulation and menstruation, these parts of the body need to send signals to one another. Sometimes, these signals get crossed or skipped, causing irregular periods. But what causes these hormone signals to get out of whack? Well, there are actually a number of things that can easily cause your hormone levels to change. * Pregnancy: If you are pregnant, your body will begin producing different levels of hormones. This will cause numerous pregnancy symptoms, including an end to your period. * Conditions of the reproductive organs giving rise to pain include endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts, fibroids and problems related to the early stages of pregnancy such as miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy. * Stress: Stress is a common cause of irregular periods. If you are fatigued, worried, or anxious this can cause your hormones to become unbalanced. * Diet: A poor diet or extreme weight loss or gain can also affect your hormones. Women with anorexia or bulimia often have no period or irregular periods. * Exercise: Intense exercise can wreak havoc on your body, often causing irregular periods. * Menarche: the cycles after a girl's first period may be irregular for some time. It can take up to 3 years to get regular periods. * Menopause: Menopause causes changes in your hormone levels, and is often signaled by irregular periods. * Hormonal Birth Control: Birth control pills and irregular periods sometimes go hand in hand. It can take a while for your body to adjust to the new levels of hormones delivered by hormonal birth control. For most women, an irregular period is nothing to be worried about as the majority of women will eventually develop a regular cycle with regular periods. Sometimes though, underlying complications can be the cause of these period problems. If you are noticing particularly irregular periods, or have gone a year or more with missed periods, see your doctor. If you experience extreme cramping, heavy period bleeding, dizziness, nausea, or fainting you should also visit with your doctor. I would recommend that if this continues that you see your doctor/gyneacologist to have them evaluate the situation further. I hope this helped answer your question. Good luck :)
PMS- your muscles are workin down there and that gives you cramps
Common symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal cramping.
yes yes yes