Topic: Is it symptoms of Pregnancy?
October 14, 2019 / By Virginia Question:
I am 18 yrs old, well my Last period was on May 21st, I might have concieved on June 1st, my boyfriend used that "pull out method" but as many know, it isn't a good method, always a possibility of pregnancy. Anywho, I've been throwing up for the past three days, everything I intake upsets my stomach, I seem 2 be constipated everyday now, I feel a sense of sadness, and nothing really bothers me to make me feel this way. I haven't gotten morning sickness, or tender breasts, dark areola, so not quite sure if I NEED those symptoms to see if I am pregnant. I guess I'm just curious atm, and still waiting it out to see if I miss a period.
sorry u feel that way "stiff" but I actually always wanted to be a mother, I do want the baby, if I am pregnant.
Shaniqua | 3 days ago
You have the classic symptoms of someone who is pregnant. You might not be but the unexpected mood swings from here to there and the bowel issues are a good indication of early pregnancy. Or you could be willing yourself into these symptoms by trying to convince your body that you are pregnant.
You have the same if not similar symptoms my wife had... right before the plus sign showed up on the little white stick... so my advice would be to buy a test and take it... some work as early as 5 days before your next period...
and next time... if your bf want to use the pull out method... tell him to pull it out his own hand...
I didnt have any nausea/vomitting with my two pregnancy's until I was at least one month pregnant, but my earliest sign were terrible headaches. Some other early signs to watch out for are....Swollen/Tender breast, Tiredness/Fatigue, Lower Backache, Headaches, darkening of aereolas. You do not have to have all of these to be pregnant....some women have no symptoms. Good luck with however you want the outcome!
Could be pregnancy symptoms or could be stress from worrying about being pregnant. Lots of home tests now that you can do before your missed period. Good luck.
It's a bit early for nausea for most women. I think you are just worried and the stress is causing the symptoms. You're usually most fertile about 14 days before your next cycle is due if that helps...
Good luck- try not to stress and just wait!
Originally Answered: Are these symptoms of pregnancy?
Many women experience bloating, mild cramping and slight backache as a pre-menstrual physical symptom, and the same thing happens in early pregnancy as the uterus grows.
Cramping after conception
Many women worry when they feel mild cramping, tugging and pulling in the early weeks after conception.
Cramps and aches
Aches and pains during pregnancy are common, as are muscle cramps in your feet, thighs or legs. The exact reason for this is not known, although it is suspected that the expansion of the uterus may put pressure on the nerves and blood vessels in the leg, causing leg cramps and some occasional pain.
Constipation and stomach cramps
Constipation can also be common in early pregnancy, brought on by two changes in your body. Increased hormones, whereby your body produces progesterone, which relaxes the smooth muscles of the intestinal wall and stomach, resulting in a slow down of digestion, and your blood volume increasing.
Backache in early pregnancy
Back ache in early pregnancy symptom can be "a real pain," literally. Your posture and torso are thrown out of alignment later in pregnancy, and with the weight mostly in the front of your torso, it pulls on your back. The feeling is quite like you wearing a backpack on your front instead of your back. This changes your posture and puts a strain on your back. In other words, the center of your gravity shifts.