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What are the symptoms of you not being able to get pregnant && what can I do to change that?

What are the symptoms of you not being able to get pregnant && what can I do to change that?

There are none!: Infertility has no symptoms, except not being able to get pregnant. Your past history of sexually transmitted diseases is important, and your total medical condition, ie. Prolactin level, the presence of pcos, etc. Also, it could be the male partner, not you. ...Read more

Dr. Gary Sandler
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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


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How fast can you get pregnant? Is it possible to not have any symptoms?

How fast can you get pregnant? Is it possible to not have any symptoms?

See details: The question is a little confusing. You can get pregnant any time you have unprotected sex when you are ovulating. It is certainly possible to have no symptoms early in pregnancy other than the absence of periods. ...Read more

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How far along does it have to be before you get symptoms from being pregnant ?

How far along does it have to be before you get symptoms from being pregnant ?

Varies: Some have symptoms really early and some coast right through and never really have symptoms. If you are wondering whether or not you are pregnant then check a home pregnancy test. You will know your answer right away. ...Read more

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What symptoms do you get if you're 2 months pregnant, would you even know without taking a test?

What symptoms do you get if you're 2 months pregnant, would you even know without taking a test?

Usual symptoms: Common early pregnancy symptoms include: fatigue, nausea, breast swelling, lower pelvic cramping. You could not be 100% certain wthout taking a test because these symptoms are 'non-specific', meaning they are common to many different conditions.. ...Read more

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I'm trying to get pregnant and I have all the symptoms but negative on the test. What could be wrong?

I'm trying to get pregnant and I have all the symptoms but negative on the test. What could be wrong?

False pregnancy?: Some women can develop signs & symptoms of pregnancy just by having a verty intense desire to be pregnant. Brain can 'misfire' & behave as if ur pregnant & stimulte ovaries to produce xs estrogen which can cause such signs as swollen bally, enlarging breasts, menstrual periods stopping, nausea & vomiting & even feeling of fetal movements have been reported. Blood test will confirm real pregnancy. ...Read more

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Do you get pregnant symptoms while on depo?

Do you get pregnant symptoms while on depo?

Pregnancy- like sx's: Depo -provera can cause cramps, abdominal pain, breast pain,chest pain, headache, changes in appetite, feeling tired or weak & drowsiness. ...Read more

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What is the earliest you can get pregnancy symptoms?

What is the earliest you can get pregnancy symptoms?

Depends: Well, the data seems to state that it takes weeks, but my wife (a family medicine/women's health physician) states with sincerity that she was able to tell by the next day with all 3 of our children. If in doubt, I would move to a pregnancy test next.... Take care and stay healthy! ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of pregnancy? How do we get pregnancy?

What are the symptoms of pregnancy?
How do we get pregnancy?

Sperm to egg: Pregnancy occurs when a man puts his penis inside a womans vagina and ejaculates semen. Sperm travel to an egg inside a woman a causes pregnancy. Sympoms include missing period, feeling tired, peeing a lot, tender breasts, nausea and others. ...Read more

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What are symptoms you get during pregnancy implantion?

What are symptoms you get during pregnancy implantion?

Usually none: Most women do not experience any symptoms at the time of implantation. Some women may experience vaginal spotting which is termed implantation bleeding. ...Read more

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How early can you get pregnancy symptoms?

How early can you get pregnancy symptoms?

About 5-6 weeks: Most people start experiencing symptoms around 5-6 weeks of pregnancy. That's about 3-4 weeks after your missed period. ...Read more

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How quickly can you get pregnancy symproms?

How quickly can you get pregnancy symproms?

They may occur: around time of missed period - but many don't start until 6 to 8 weeks out (or longer for other sxs). ...Read more

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How early can you get symptoms of pregnancy?

How early can you get symptoms of pregnancy?

Missed period: The very earliest time for classic pregnancy symptoms would be when the period is missed (or later). ...Read more

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Do all women get the same pregnancy symptoms?

Do all women get the same pregnancy symptoms?

No: There are many symptoms associated with pregnancy, and some are more common than others. The number and severity of symptoms can be quite different both from woman to woman, and from one pregnancy to another in the same woman. ...Read more

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Can you get pregnancy symptoms after 5 days ?

Can you get pregnancy symptoms after 5 days ?

Not usually: Symptoms of early morning nausea, vomiting, breast fullness/tenderness, weight gain and missed cycles usually occur during the first trimester ( first 3 months of pregnancy). ...Read more

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How soon can you start get pregnancy symptoms?

How soon can you start get pregnancy symptoms?

Variable: It is possible to experience symptoms before you miss your period. Some women never have symptoms as well ...Read more

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When can you get symptoms of pregnancy (in months)?

When can you get symptoms of pregnancy (in months)?

Early: Women can develop symptoms of pregnancy as early as the time the missed their period which is usually a month after the last menstrual period. ...Read more