No, they can just be signs of a normal pregnant
I am 31 years old and a mother of four. I had a c-section and a tubal ligation after I had my 4th daughter. I feel very bloated on my stomach and look six months pregnant. I feel this has got to do with the tubal ligation that I've had. Anyone who can help me out or who has the same symptoms?
A bloated stomach is one of the pregnancy symptoms yes.
I assume you mean the upper part of your abdomen is "bloated" or swollen. Could someone else who is qualified please try an answer?
During the second or third month of a womans pregnancy it is possible for her abdomen and lower stomach to appear bloated and feel hard. But this symptom alone is not a pregnancy symptom. I would not suspect pregnancy unless you are having other pregnancy symptoms too. Also see your doctor about your hard abdomen in case this is not pregnancy related. Good luck.
Your stomach is mostly on your left side, in the upper part of your abdomen.
You have to have sex to become preg
Trichomoniasis will not cause a bloated stomach, although the treatment may. Contact your health care provider to find out of reexamination is needed.
The abdomen is the name of the cavity that hold organs like the stomach, liver and intestines.
Its abdomen is its stomach so its contents would be the same as any other stomach.
Bloated, full, or pregnant
When you are very full and have to much gas in your stomach. Almost like your about to explode.
The stomach is a muscular organ located on your left side of the upper abdomen.
My stomach feels bloated.The bloated dead body of the fish floated to the top of the fish tank.
Stomach is in the left side of your abdomen next to your liver.
This is necessarily not pregnancy though it might be. It's best you carry out a home pregnancy test as this symptoms might be for something else. Besides, pregnancy symptoms varies in women. All the best dear
Bear in mind that the stomach is an organ, not a region of your body; you are thinking of the abdomen, not the stomach. If the pancreas was in the center of the stomach, the stomach would digest it. And yes, the pancreas is more or less in the center of the abdomen.
This could be a number of things, including enlargement of one of the organs in your abdomen, IBS to name a few. It is impossible to say anything with such a vague description. Consult a medical practitioner.
The difference between the abdomen and the stomach is: The abdomen contains all of the parts between the chest and pelvic region. The stomach is an organ of digestion. It has a saclike shape and is located between the esophagus and the intestines. Almost every animal has a stomach. abdomen -> contains the stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidney, appendix, gallbladder and bladder.
20 years i think