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2007-05-17 03:01:38
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yes try going ot hte doctors for a blood test


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Symptoms of the first trimester of pregnancy are typically nausea, breast tenderness, increased urination, dizziness, tiredness, heartburn and constipation. Other symptoms may occur but those are the most common ones.

Yes you may be pregnant. Wait until your period arrives, if it doesn't arrive then perform a pregnancy test. Alternatively see your DR for a blood test.

Yes, in many women these are common signs of pregnancy.

it can sometimes be one of the first symptoms

Tiredness , tender breasts , backaches

Tiredness, excessive thirst, excessive urination, decrease in visual function. These are some symptoms. There may be different ones depending on the person.

While tiredness is a sign of early pregnancy, the other signs are not. Possibly it would be best to seek a medical opinion. A pregnancy home test can be done as well. Absence of periods is often the first sign of pregnancy along with tiredness.

EXCESSIVE tiredness and breast tenderness are typically the first signs of pregnancy. Not until your atleast 2 months pregnant do you get nauseous, frequent urination and headaches, and its not until late in pregnancy you get cravings. So you may just be coming down with a cold. I would suggest taking a pregnancy test to be sure.

Unless you got pregnant during your last cycle these are not symptoms of pregnancy as you get pregnant 2 weeks before your period.

The main symptoms aremissed period,nausea with or without vomiting,tiredness,dizziness,breast changes and breast tenderness, andfrequent urination.The main symptoms of pregnancy are nausea, dizziness, heartburn, missed period, strange food cravings, bloated stomach, mild cramping, gassy, sore breasts and having light implantation bleeding.

Usually not sleeping for a long period of time, or having insomnia and then the insomnia goes away. Lack of food/bad diet, dehydration, thyriod disorder, anaemia, diabetes, pregnancy, stress, hormonal changes (puberty), excessive heat, excessive exposure to cold, too much exercise and many more.

Missed period , cramping, tiredness, feeling or being sick.

The cramping does not sound like pregnancy. I'd be seeing a doctor to find the cause. Tiredness and nausea can be a sign of pregnancy, but since it is combined with the cramps it does need to be checked.

usually when you move alot or if you're hot and have alof going on.

no but dark urine is a sign of dehydration. the signs of pregnancy are missed periods, Morning sickness,bloating,tiredness,and diarrhea

Only the tiredness is a symptom of early pregnancy, so it is probable that something else is the cause. You could repeat the test as it would be very unusual to get a false negative at this stage. Then you should consult a doctor to find the true cause.

In some women it is yes. When I was carrying twins I had my symptoms very early into the pregnancy. But if your worried then see your doctor. Although I knew I was pregnant as soon as I missed my period I didn't find out I was carrying twins until I was 18 weeks pregnant, and I actually felt better with them than I had with my first singleton pregnancy. However all the later pregnancy things you get like the tiredness and heartburn came earlier than the first time.

Quite often the second pregnancy is completely different. I had really sore breasts, nausea and tiredness with my first, with the second I had none of these symptoms despite it being a twin pregnancy.

Actually, it sounds as though you are anxious about being pregnant. If you miss your next period, you'll know, but given your anxiety, I would suggest a pregnancy test. This can be purchased in a drug store in most countries, or administered by a health practitioner. Most such tests are quite accurate when properly given and interpreted.Whether or not you take a pregnancy test, if your tiredness and/or heartburn continue or worsen, you should check with a health practitioner.

Every pregnancy is somewhat different from not worry that the lack of tiredness will affect your pregnancy.

Yes, but they can also be symptoms of ovulation (releasing an egg). take a pregnancy test if you miss your next period

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