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Answered 2009-03-05 21:04:36

Considering you ovulate about two weeks after your period, if your last period was in fact a period there is only a microscopic chance that you would even BE pregnant, much less be experiencing symptoms.

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when in doubt, assume you are pregnant. then take a urine pregnancy test, and if that is negative. then you can also check by getting a blood pregnancy test.

Yes, the symptoms of getting your period or ovulating can be similar to pregnancy symptoms.

No getting a cold is not the sign of 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.

As soon as you get pregnant. I started getting symptoms when i was a month I was always sick i guess it really depends on the person.

If tubes were tied correctly, you shouldn't get pregnant at all. That's the point of getting them tied. If something went wrong and you still got pregnant, then symptoms would be the same as any other pregnancy.

Yes you can. If you get it into your head that you think you're pregnant then you feel like you're getting the symptoms... Several times I've had a very late period and i convinced myself i was pregnant; feeling sick etc until i took a test. It came out negative and as soon as i'd seen that result i no longer had symptoms!

It is more likely for you ro get a false negative than a false positive. In other words, if you get a negative on a test, you could still be pregnant, if you get a positive test, you are almost 100% pregnant. Positive pregnancies are rarely wrong.

You can visit a doctor, or have a pregnancy test (be sure to read the instructions). Remember, a false negative is common, and a false positive is rare. A week after would be good, or whenever you feel you are getting symptoms of pregnancy, like vomiting.

It could be a 'phantom pregnancy' or the real thing. It's certainly possible to get a negative result and still be pregnant. If you're getting negative self-test results but you're sure you are - go see your doctor and ask him to do a blood test. He'll be able to do a far more accurate test.

No. They are just pre-mentrual symptoms that you are getting before your period. However, if you miss your period, take a pregnancy test

If you are pregnant you usually get some menstrual symptoms. As you are not getting these it is possible you didn't ovulate this month. Take another test in a week as you may be pregnant, not everyone has symptoms.

most people start getting pregnancy symptoms at 2 weeks.

have you been eating lots lately?????? that might be the answer there, just prue fat. if you still feel that you could be pregnant check with the doctor

Yes, you can have a full-term pregnancy after getting pregnant with Mirena.

A bad headache could be a sign of pregnancy depending on if you have other symptoms along with it. If you think your pregnant, that consult your doctor.

It is possible to get a false negative on a at home pregnancy test but it is not common. Go to your doctor and have a blood test done.

4 wks sounds a lil early to already start getting symptoms of pregnancy

By the time your period is a week late (sometimes sooner) you should be getting positive pregnancy tests. Consistently negative pregnancy tests most likely mean you are not pregnant. See your medical care provider if you have any concerns.

It is not common to get a false negative on a pregnancy test but is possible. It is best to go to your doctor in these instances.

I suggest getting the book "What to expect when expecting" you can get it cheap (.75 cents) on Every woman is different so it is hard to say what symptoms you will have and when.

If the woman has recently had sex and is no longer getting her period and has pregnancy-like symptoms, she should see a doctor to see if she is pregnant. It is definitely a possibility.

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