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Dr. Thomas Namey
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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

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Dr. Tonga Nfor
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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


Dr. Stephen Pappachen
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Having pregnancy symptoms but never been able to get pregnant. When can I test?

Having pregnancy symptoms but never been able to get pregnant. When can I test?

1-2 weeks: Most standard pregnancy tests should be positive by then. Request a blood test if there are any doubts. ...Read more

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Dr. Scott Musinski
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I've been having fainting symptoms through out the day what does that mean I don't know if it has to do with a UTI that I have that i no is very bad but i haven't been able to get fixed because I have no insurance or maybe can I be pregnant?

In : In early times before the development of pregnancy tests fainting was a symptom that lead to the consideration of pregnancy. Pregnancy tests are available nowadays in the supermarket and if you have any suspicion, get a test. This either confirms pregnancy or removes it and pregnancy associated complications from the decision making. For medical care, planned parent hood and community clinics offer free or low cost care in addition to family planning. ...Read more

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Dr. Wendy Askew
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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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Dr. George Klauber
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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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Dr. Christopher Smith
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Dr. Jeff Livingston
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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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Dr. Ronald Krauser
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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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Dr. Jane van Dis
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Can u get pregnant while you ovualting ? Then see blood days after u ovualting cause i feel symptoms and i'm very worried cause i'm seeing blood

Can u get pregnant while you ovualting ? Then see blood days after u ovualting cause i feel symptoms and i'm very worried  cause i'm seeing blood

Yes: In fact, that is exactly when you get pregnant, when you are ovulating. Bleeding after ovulation sounds like a breakthrough period. If you don't want to be pregnant, consider birth control as it prevents pregnancy and also helps prevent breakthrough bleeding. ...Read more

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