what i mean is, have those symptoms before and during period, but not all the time.
Typically your first symptom is missing your period. Sore breasts, bloating, nausea show up later.
You are pregnant more then likely
Everyone is different. Women who have bloating, tender breasts, will find that they go on for longer than usual and the period will not arrive. Other women will have no symptoms of either. I used to have no pre-menstrual symptoms at all then when I became pregnant and my period was a day late my breasts became very sore and hard.
The first symptom is a missed period. Then sore breasts, bloating, and nausea.
Yes - you could be pregnant. Unfortunately it is too soon to know for sure - as these symptoms could be something else. My first symptoms were sore breasts and bloating - and this started about 10 days after ovulation.
My first symptoms were sore breasts.
Yes you could be pregnant. See your Doctor for a blood test.
Honestly if you have had sex anything is possible but pregnancy symptoms can be like your period bloating,cramping,breasts being sore. i suggest you wait and see what happens if you have more symptoms or miss your period or have an abnormal one and still think that you might be pregnant get a test and see it never hurts to get a test.
You could be pregnant. You should go to the Doctor and receive a pregnant test.
Not necessarily. You can have tender breasts as part of PMS symptoms or for other reasons.
It is probably just the symptoms you get before a period. If your period doesn't come, take a test
Some of the symptoms pf perimenopause are: irregular menstrual periods, bloating, mood swings, hot flashes, sore breasts, and and erratic sleep patterns.
Pregnant women usually will first realize they are pregnant when they miss their period. Other symptoms include tenderness in the breasts and morning sickness.
Missed Period Headaches Tender Breasts Nausea Lower Backaches
the symptoms are -brown gunky discharge -cramps -tender breasts -mood swings -bloating/feeling bloated -pubes and armpit hair hope i helped
Well, the symptoms could happen anyway (especially if you fear you are pregnant), but take a pregnancy test to be sure.
Yes, all women have different symptoms. Some women even have different symptoms with each pregnancy.
yes,you still COULD be pregnant. Not every woman has the same symptoms but nausea and tiredness are most definitely symptoms.
Yes. Typically symptoms may not show until 8 wks or later. Some women get no symptoms.
Yes.It is common for this to happen after stopping birth control. The change in hormones causes this to happen. Eventually your hormones will become balanced again and your period will be regular and these symptoms will subside. If you are having difficulty regulating your body's hormones, speak with your doctor.
Missing periods, nausea and tender breasts are a few early symptoms of pregnancy.