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.
* head * fatigue (everywhere) * lower back * legs * sometimes cramping
Fatigue, nausea, vomiting, dizzy spells, breast tenderness, headaches and cramping can all be signs of an early pregnancy.
Many early pregnancy symptoms can appear similar to routine pre-menstrual discomforts. Fatigue. Slight bleeding or cramping. Nausea with or without vomiting. Food aversions or cravings. Headaches. Constipation. Mood swings.
A missed period, implantation bleeding, morning sickness and cramping are all common pregnancy symptoms. Many women also experience back pains, sore breasts and fatigue. Morning sickness, or feeling nauseous, is often one of the first symptoms a woman will experience.
there are more than 3 signs of pregnancy. There's nausea, fatigue, late period, breast soreness, cramping, a metallic taste in the mouth etc
Not really. Pregnancy symptoms generally consist of a missed period, implantation bleeding, sore/swollen nipples, color change in nipples, nausea, fatigue, etc. Although not all women have all or any of these pregnancy symptoms. The sharp pain could be gas, menstrual cramping, ovulation or other reasons as well.
Sounds like pregnancy. Take a test to check.
It's possible; Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Some women have experienced a "first" period then learns a couple of weeks later that they really are pregnant. It is possible that it could be implantation bleeding caused by the fertilized egg to attach itself to the uterine wall. Or it could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.
Bleeding on Depo Provera is a side effect of the medication, not a sign of pregnancy. If you are having nausea, breast tenderness, and fatigue, take a pregnancy test. If you were late for your last shot, take a pregnancy test. Pregnancy on Depo Provera is possible, but unlikely.
Honestly, it is possible that it might be an early sign of pregnancy, or it could be PMS, some women get it worst than others!
Every woman is different so pregnancy symptoms vary among people. Some things to look out for are spotting, cramping, breast changes, fatigue, and morning sickness.
A missed period is the most common, breast tenderness, fatigue, dizzy spells, nausea & vomiting, cramping, spotting, backache.
Light spotting and cramping, sore breasts, fatigue, morning sickness, a missed period, and mood swings are all signs of pregnancy.
Cramping and fatigue. Possibly sore or tender breasts. It's different in every woman. Nausea also pops up in some women.
Pregnancy, or an STD. Most likely Pregnancy.
Back pain is not a sign of early pregnancy, so would be from another cause. The other symptoms could be signs of a new pregnancy (you could have been fertile two weeks after the miscarriage), but it sometimes happens that what appears to be a miscarriage does not result in the death of the baby (it even is possible for a baby to survive a D&C.) Consult a doctor to find out what the situation is, and do so immediately if you didn't at the time of the suspected miscarriage. Maybe you just experience a bleeding which is very common to pregnant who gone through a lot of stress that's why you think you have miscarriage. Consult your OB GYN for you to know more about it.
Late or missed period, nausea, vomiting, headaches, dizziness, fatigue (very tired), breast and nipple tenderness, some women also have mild cramping.
It is still possible to have bleeding during pregnancy, you should still consult a Doctor because if you are pregnant the bleeding could be symptoms of certain pregnancy complications that could become dangerous, possibly life threatening.
Unless this is being answered by a doctor, a normal person might not be able to give you an accurate answer. You're best bet is to take a pregnancy test, and then see you're physician for sure thing answers. But without doing those things, it's difficult to tell because most of the symptoms of early pregnancy coincide with PMS. Cramping, fatigue, bloating, breast tenderness, and irritability are all symptoms that can be related to either pregnancy or that time of the month. So I would recommend just going to get a pregnancy test.
Tender, swollen breasts.Fatigue.Slight bleeding or cramping.Food aversions or cravings.Headaches. Early in pregnancy, increased blood circulation caused by hormonal changes may trigger frequent, mild headaches.Constipation.Mood swings.Faintness and dizziness.Raised basal body temperature.
it sounds as though you have some problem, not pregnancy. You would not be experiencing pregnancy symptoms a week before your period. See a doctor.
The earliest that pregnancy symptoms usually start is around the 3 to 4 week mark. This is when hormone levels begin to rapidly change and women often begin to experience fatigue, mild cramping, nauseau , and other symptoms.
It is probably just your period coming. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period