Well, if your still having your period, then its unlikely, but anything is possible. Have you seen any weight gain, is your stomache protruding, did you have any morning sickness. Go to your OB/GYN and get a test done there, more accurate then the stores and if you are pregnant you need to start prenatal vitamins, for you and baby.
You may be pregnant.
999 times out of a thousand, if you come on your period you are not pregnant. The 'little kicks' are probably wind caused by hormones as are the itchy breasts.
okk so my sister is pregnant and her stomach still isn't hard and she is five months pregnant and she is showing a little but not much so you never know.
Absolutely. I've known women who were breastfeeding and became pregnant as little as one and a half months after giving birth.
little pain on left side other than that i'm good
Your Pregnant! The burning is from the growth of your little baby!
Yes contact your physician
It is very unlikely that you are pregnant. Many women have lumps on their nipples, they are sebaceous glands.
Lie down for a whilei have little pain in my stomach middle of the overlution did iam pregnant or nit
Unless she is lying, no. She could not be pregnant because sperm cannot survive for that long in a woman's body. She should probably see a doctor though.
The breast size of women generally increases the most within puberty, or from the age of 11-18 for some a little older, others a little younger.They also tend to get bigger when you are pregnant, and may or may not go back to their original size when you stop nursing.
If you look right above the butt. If that little area is black and the stomach is bloated. She will have the eggs in there 1st then if fertilized then she will be pregnant. Then I can't remember how long befor birth
Hello. Some women have naturally bumpy breasts and areolas without being pregnant. But if you think you're pregnant then this could also be a pregnancy symptom. Wheter you are pregnant or not, you are worried, so go to the doctor.
If you come on your period 999 times out of 1000 you are not pregnant. Mood swings are hormonaland the flutterings and bloating are probably a bit of trapped wind/constipation.
No she is not pregnant .. If she was it would show that she has a big stomach and I really don't think she would be on Disney channel for little kids to watch. If she did have a big stomach it would problably mean that shes eating too much chips or something but she is not pregnant. Yes, she is pregnant. She even said it herself that she is pregnant. It happend on Febuary 13, 2012. She said that she is pregnant with their first child. P.S. I crossed the other persons answer cause it is not true.
It is Pregnant and No she isn't ou know famous people are aloud to had a little bump they don't have to have a perfectly straight stomach
You may have a breast infection. Check in with your doctor.
your bunny will growl at you try to bite will run away from you outside and wont let you pick her up and will honestly hate when you touch her stomach and keep felling her stomach carefully if the sides are round then she is and on top of her stomach is like a little lump
little things in your stomach
ok question why are you trying to suck it in are you crazy you hav a baby in there! if you were going to hide the fact you were pregnant why did you have sex and get yourself pregnant then. stop sucking in your stomach!
Try Breast Actives http://www.ordermeds.us/breastgainplus/ You could also try 1: Putting on some weight 2: Massaging the breast into lactation. 3: Hormone therapies 4:Surgery 5: Getting pregnant.
im only 8 weeks pregnant, and i feel little bumps in my stomach, i was wondering if they are just muscle spasms, or if it is the baby It cannot be the baby because the babies limbs have not yet developed to kick and punch your stomach from the inside. Probably, muscle spasms caused by your heightened emotional state :P Good Luck!!
My guess is that the horse will be acting weirder and will look a little bigger around the stomach area than usual! lol! i hoped this helped!
In the FIRST week? Probably not. However, every woman reacts a little differently to pregnancy, and every pregnancy is different.