Your cervix does not grow during pregnancy but the uterus does.
No, it is not necessarily bad. As long as it is long and thick, that's very good. Your cervix will change daily during pregnancy and can take months to thin down enough to start dialating.
No, pregnancy symptoms don't start that early. No, pregnancy symptoms don't start that early. They don't start until you are about about 6-8weeks or more sometimes even later, but not that early, your body hasn't had time to start changing yet.
if you start your period a week early is that a sign of pregnancy?
Not necessarily. You can start dialating early in pregnancy and still carry a baby to term. It can take weeks or even months to fully dialate once you have started.
the night after you had sex!
it really depents how far into the pregnancy you are....
does anyone care
Yes they often appear to be larger and more pronounced quite early in the pregnancy
wondring my self aswell can be the earliest sign of pregnancy.can start as early as two weeks thru pregnancy
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.
no 2 pregnancy are the same there is no solid answer for this question. you may get it you might not. good luck
Breast tenderness is often the earliest sign of pregnancy and can start shortly after implantation.
If you start bleeding during early pregnancy, it is really important to go to your doctor or a local ER to have an ultrasound and a blood test.
The same time as with any other pregnancy - as early as 2 weeks after sex, but typically around 6 weeks after sex
After the first missed period.
As early as 2 weeks
There is no risk from inserting the next NuvaRing early. You may actually lower the risk of pregnancy.
no it means ur just about to start your period :)
One to two weeks. You will feel nausea, swollen and/or tender breasts, and missed period are the most obvious early symptoms of pregnancy.
Cramps can begin as soon as implantation occurs and can go on later in the pregnancy as well. It is completely normal unless heavy bleeding occurs as a result.
Yes, you can start the next pack of pills early without increasing your risk of pregnancy.