Feelings of nausea (even vomiting in some women) and cramping can most certainly occur when you are late with your period. Obviously you are stressed out about the possibility of being pregnant and stress can cause late periods. Try to relax, take a warm bath and see if that will bring it on. Meanwhile, if you are not on some type of Birth Control I suggest you see your doctor and if you are, thistoo can cause you to miss periods, have cramping and feel nauseated. Get your sexual partner to ALWAYS wear a condom to protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. If you haven't started your period by the end of the month then please see your doctor.
What kinds or feelings do you have when you are pregnant? Nausea, abdominal cramping, headache.......
no no your not stop thinking that
In some cases yes you can, But go to a doctor to be sure!
yes you can. My friend got pregnant twice and had the IUD
you might be.wait some time.
yes you could if you are sexually active, check with your local docter.
no if you had your period after unprotected sex you cannot be pregnant
Yes you are very much pregnant.
I would go and see your doctor
Yes. Take a test
yes yes yes
These are all clear signs that you are very much pregnant.
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I do not think so.
Your periods will usually stop.Maybe the feeling of nausea in the mornings,tenderness of breasts and generally feeling more tired.
You differentiate pregnancy nausea from non-pregnancy nausea by taking a pregnancy test. And if it comes out negative your "not" pregnant.
It depends what your feeling, do you feel pregnant etc? Some women known right after conception,from the nausea, cramping, mood swings,tender breast, and fuzzy feeling in the uterus.Some women know right away and some wont know until the first trimester.
As soon as you start getting your nausea feeling in the mornings.
The signs vary from woman to woman. But most women claim to just "feel pregnant". Some signs might be cramping, a brown or reddish tinted discharge, feeling tired, nausea. Unfortunately there is really not an absolute sign to tell if you're pregnant without taking a pregnancy test.
If you're having nausea and fatigue, take a pregnancy test to make sure you're not one of the few who gets pregnant on the IUD. If it's negative, see your primary care provider for evaluation of your symptoms.
missed period, nipples are dark, breasts grow, feeling sick/nausea
If you have nausea in the mornings you very well could be pregnant.