What are all the signs of pregnacy?

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June 18, 2019 / By Airlea
Question: What are all the signs of pregnacy and how many of the signs do you need to me expierincing to know your pregnant?
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Trace Trace | 6 days ago
Usually the very first one apart from a missed period of course, is sore breasts - sore breasts at the beginning of pregnancy are more tender than if u were menstruating. others are - nausea - fatigue (not just tiredness - but when your normal everyday stuff completely wipes u out) - frequent urination - headaches - sensitivity to smells - constipation - a "glow" about you that people often comment on! if in doubt do a test -
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Trace Originally Answered: what are the signs your diabetic?
Top Warning Signs of Diabetes Look For These Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes: Many of the signs of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are similar. In both, there is too much glucose in the blood and not enough in the cells of your body. High glucose levels in Type I are due to a lack of insulin because the insulin producing cells have been destroyed. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body's cells become resistant to insulin that is being produced. Either way, your cells aren't getting the glucose that they need, and your body lets you know by giving you these signs and symptoms. 1. Frequent trips to the bathroom: Are you visiting the bathroom much more lately? Does it seem like you urinate all day long? Urination becomes more frequent when there is too much glucose in the blood. If insulin is nonexistent or ineffective, the kidneys can't filter glucose back to the blood. They become overwhelmed and try to draw extra water out of the blood to dilute the glucose. This keeps your bladder full and it keeps you running to the bathroom. 2. Unquenchable Thirst: If it feels like you can't get enough water and you're drinking much more than usual, it could be a sign of diabetes, especially if it seems to go hand in hand with frequent urination. If your body is pulling extra water out of your blood and you're running to the bathroom more, you will become dehydrated and feel the need to drink more to replace the water that you are losing. 3. Losing Weight Without Trying: This symptom is more noticeable with Type 1 diabetes. In Type 1, the pancreas stops making insulin, possibly due to a viral attack on pancreas cells or because an autoimmune response makes the body attack the insulin producing cells. The body desperately looks for an energy source because the cells aren't getting glucose. It starts to break down muscle tissue and fat for energy. Type 2 happens gradually with increasing insulin resistance so weight loss is not as noticeable. 4. Weakness and Fatigue: It's that bad boy glucose again. Glucose from the food we eat travels into the bloodstream where insulin is supposed to help it transition into the cells of our body. The cells use it to produce the energy we need to live. When the insulin isn't there or if the cells don't react to it anymore, then the glucose stays outside the cells in the bloodstream. The cells become energy starved and you feel tired and run down. 5. Tingling or Numbness in Your Hands, Legs or Feet: This symptom is called neuropathy. It occurs gradually over time as consistently high glucose in the blood damages the nervous system, particularly in the extremities. Type 2 diabetes is a gradual onset, and people are often not aware that they have it. Therefore, blood sugar might have been high for more than a few years before a diagnosis is made. Nerve damage can creep up without our knowledge. Neuropathy can very often improve when tighter blood glucose control is achieved. 6. Other Signs and Symptoms That Can Occur: Blurred vision, skin that is dry or itchy, frequent infections or cuts and bruises that take a long time to heal are also signs that something is amiss. Again, when these signs are associated with diabetes, they are the result of high glucose levels in the body. If you notice any of the above signs, schedule an appointment with your doctor. He or she will be able to tell you if you have reason to be concerned about a diagnosis of diabetes. Source: http://diabetes.about.com/od/symptomsdia... For more information or to get an accurate diagnose, just visit your local GP Good luck
Trace Originally Answered: what are the signs your diabetic?
My father was a type 2 diabetic which means he developed the disease later in life. You would be a Type 1 or juvenile diabetic were you to get this disease now. One of the first signs is excessive thirst and frequent urination. By "frequent urination" it is meant that you would feel the need to use the bathroom even during the night, when you would ordinarily not have to get up to urinate. Another sign is itchy skin along with drier skin than usual. Good luck; I hope you do not have diabetes. As far as I know, high blood pressure does not necessarily mean you have a higher risk than anyone else for getting diabetes. Probably a bigger risk factor for the disease is if you are overweight. Diabetes is not the rare disease it once was among younger people due to the recent numbers of overweight children and youth. If you want to make sure you don't get disease, drink less soda, cut down on eating foods with lots of fat and empty calories, exercise more and don't worry so much. Best wishes to you!

Rearden Rearden
Well there's several different ones There's implantation bleeding, delay or difference in menstruation(yes you can still bleed during your normal period time, although its called spotting, its not uncommon), swollen or tender breasts, morning sickness/nausea, bloating, constipation, fatigue, backaches or abdominal aches, headaches, frequent urination, darkening of the areolas, or even tiny bumps or white pigmentation around them. food cravings, maybe even a couple more...BUT some woman may not experience any of these symptoms in early pregnancy, so it really just depends on your body.
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Matthias Matthias
Of course a missed period is the #1 sign, but when I was pregnant the signs I had were extremily sore boobs and craving OJ.
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Matthias Originally Answered: Signs of my second period? Plz help!?
Everybody's different... It will take a few months (if not longer) for you to figure out your body's way of getting ready to menstrate. PMS Symptoms CAN include: Mood swings Irritability Anxiety and tension Bloating Breast tenderness and swelling Water retention Acne Tiredness Weight gain Headaches/migraines Crying Spells Depression Sugar and food cravings Constipation Dizziness ...BUT each person tends to get different signs. You'll have to notice what you're experiencing and watch for it each month. Also, though 28-days is the average between periods, you can get periods anywhere from 21-35 days apart... a lot of it can depend upon stress and diet. If you are noticing the same symptoms as last month and it has been somewhere around 28 days, then just start wearing a pad for the next few days until you get it. That way you won't be caught with stained pants! There's nothing wrong with wearing a pad just incase... that's what they're for! You'll likely feel it when it comes... or just check whenever you go to the bathroom. And DON'T WORRY... you'll get used to it! We all do... BTW: If you ever get caught at school without a pad or anything and you get your period, just go to the nurse (don't be embarassed!) and she will give you something to use. I'm a nurse and it's just what we do! :)

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