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Are There Any Signs Of Pregnancy During The First To To Three Weeks
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
What are some of the first pregnancy signs to look for after conception but before your missed period?
A positive preg test: In today's world the fortunate thing is no one has to stress out wondering if they are pregnant or not. Home pregnancy tests are very accurate and available at low cost at any pharmacy. Prior to missing the first period the bhcg hormone level is not too high so no symptoms would be the most common situation. Some will notice breast tenderness and nausea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: In late 2nd trimester the usual warning signs are related to preterm labor, fetal well-being, and preeclampsia. These include but are not limited to headaches unrelieved by tylenol/rest, upper abdominal pain, (worsening) nausea/vomiting, vaginal bleeding, regular uterine contractions >4-6 per hour, decreased fetal movement, vision changes, concern as to whether your amniotic membranes ruptured. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anything unusual: Anything unusual should be reported to your OB to determine if it's something that's concerning or not. Signs of trouble would include bleeding, pain, severe headaches, swelling, fever, extreme shortness of breath and many others. It's best to discuss anything that you have a question about with your ob. ...Read more
Yes: At pregnancy's end, the usual warning signs are related to labor, fetal well-being, and preeclampsia. These include but are not limited to headaches unrelieved by tylenol/rest, upper abdominal pain, (worsening) nausea/vomiting, vaginal bleeding, decreased fetal movement, vision changes, concern as to whether your amniotic membranes ruptured, or really anything about which you feel concerned. ...Read more
Nausea: Is not uncommon. Usually symptoms take longer than a week to develop. If your period is delayed a week, use a home pregnancy test. Why are you having unprotected sex? In addition to worrying you, it's a great way to have an unwanted pregnancy or acquire hiv/std. Which one do you want? ...Read more
No: Absolutely not, no signs or symptoms that early. Good wishes. ...Read more
What are the earliest symptoms of pregnancy? And when is the earliest time to use a pregnancy test?
Back to School?: True early pregnancy is symptom free. Remember health class where you learned that a fetus is not connected physically or chemically to its mother for the first fourteen or so days after conception? Thus any symptoms before the baby is big enough to be sharing a blood supply in the uterus with the mother are not pregnancy. Testing is best done after this fourteen day window and a missed period. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anxiety, nervousness: Nausea, euphoria, anxiety, nervousness are the main symptoms you should expect - depending on your emotional status and social situation. Take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and check a home pregnancy test to make sure. If pregnancy is not desired, take precautions with contraceptive options. ...Read more
What are the major signs of eutopic pregnancy ? And how soon or fast can one know if they are pregnant before there monthly period comes.
What can be the reason of menstrual pain/cramp 2weeks before period starts! ? and any chance of pregnancy?
Early on in the pregnancy, are there any indications of the sex of the baby from the heart rate? My partner and i are really excited to know the sex of our baby, and we don’t want to have to wait for the ultrasound. We’re going to an early appointment thi
Old : Old wives tales suggest that girl fetuses have heart rates above 140, while boy fetuses tend to have heart rates lower than 140. Unfortunately, as sexy as it sounds to believe that we might predict a babyâ€™s sex by the heart rate, itâ€™s simply not true. Repeated studies have proven that fetal heart rate does not correlate to fetal sex, but it does correlate to gestational age. As fetuses develop, their heart rates tend to drop. As a mother, i know how impatient i was to discover that i was having a little girl, but i can tell you that the thrill i felt when i found out my babyâ€™s gender made it well worth the wait. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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