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.
there are some symptoms that may be signs of a more dangerous underlying problem. A pregnant woman experiencing any of the following should contact her doctor immediately
Your one week past nine months, and experiencing a variety of symptoms of concern to you. Yes, you should contact your doctor. He will know about your situation, and can advise you as to what - if anything - needs to be done.
Yes, you can. Although, when you think about it, a missed period IS a symptom. I am about 6 months pregnant and have had absolutely NO symptoms. So, you should take a test just to make sure. Good luck.
Having heartburn and being bloated does not necessarily mean that you are pregnant. While these two things are symptoms of pregnancy, they are also symptoms of many other conditions. Most pregnant women don't get heartburn until the second trimester anyways. If you miss a period and start experiencing other symptoms of pregnancy, then you should probably get tested to see if you are pregnant.
Pregnant women do not get periods. If you are experiencing cramping or bleeding you should contact your Dr or go to the ER right away.
Depending on your age, you could be experiencing menopause or you could be pregnant, but you should already notice if you're pregnant. Consult a doctor if none of these are the case.
there may be a very serious problem such as infertility. you should really talk to your doctor if you're experiencing that problem
You shouldn't be having a period while pregnant. If you are experiencing bleeding and/or cramping you should contact your Dr right away or go to the ER.
It is possible, but you should take a test or go see a doctor so you know for sure one way or the other. It doesn't usually happen without any symptoms, but it can. And if you are having a period, then you most likely aren't pregnant.
If a person becomes pregnant while using Implanon, there is a higher risk that they could have an ectopic pregnancy. If you're having pregnancy symptoms, you should call your doctor as soon as possible.
Women who are pregnant do not get periods. If you are pregnant and you are experiencing bleeding and/or cramping you should contact your Dr right away or go to the ER.
No, not every woman experiences pregnancy symptoms.
Take a HPT when your period is late. Sore nipples solely I wouldn't rely on as being a pregnancy symptom unless your experiencing other pregnancy symptoms. But there is a chance you cocneived after you saw the GYN.
If you are having a regular period, you are not pregnant.
You should be 8 months.
You can take a home pregnancy test 14 to 16 days after having unprotected sex or you could see your Dr. The symptoms could be similar as your first pregnancy.
She might express symptoms while not actually being pregnant. But it means something physical might be going on that a doctor should look at.
Yes; if you are pregnant, should start to begin feeling symptoms.
Take a test
Only your Doctor can truly answer this question. Was you definitely pregnant and was it confirmed by pregnancy test or blood test? If you are/was pregnant and you are now experiencing bleeding, abdominal cramping etc, you should go to A & E, Early Pregnancy Unit or contact your Doctor immediately.
No, most people don't get symptoms as early as that
your body can give you signs or symptoms of being pregnant when in actuality you are not pregnant. there have been occurences where an embryonic sac develops in the uterus without the presence of an embryo, and the body will then also give the symptoms of being pregnant. an individual should have an examination done by a physician to determine whether or not they are pregnant. at times there may be other concerns that should be taken care of that also give signs or symptoms of pregnancy.
Your baby should be at least 2.5 to 3 pounds at 7 months.