Does what I just told you point to her being pregnant
Is she urinating more frequently? Light bleeding, nausea, and vomiting are all early signs of pregnancy, so get a test to be sure. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/does-what-i-just-told-you-point-to-her-being-pregnant ]
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- Does what I just told you point to her being pregnant
- Is she urinating more frequently? Light bleeding, nausea, and vomiting are all early signs of pregnancy, so get a test to be sure.
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- A: as i understand your not saying anything for fear of not even being hired, you still should have told her during the interview. if you were on;y a month you could get away with telling her in a few weeks but being as far along as you are that is not an option esp not without being seen as someone who has no honesty or values. you need to go ahead and tell her and explain your position and ask her to give youa chance. she will respect you more if you confront her and lay all your cards on the table.people do hire pregnant women, it happens rarely but it does happen. i was hired at 6 months pregnant and i believe it is because i was open, honest, and told them what an asset i would be.
- How far gone does a pregnant bitch have to be before you can tell she is pregnant?
- Q: My bitch matted about 3/4 weeks ago and was wondering at what point in her pregnancy you can tell that she is pregnant? her breast tissue is swollen but not filled with milk and her belly ain’t really all that hard. could it be that she is not pregnant?I know that its best to see a vet about this and i am next week but i would like any help before hand to try determined if she is?You rhelp is most welcome and appreciated.And yes as I’m sure a lot of people will say this but just thought i would point out that i am not an irresponsible owner. and i will ignore all comments made to me about this.ThanksAnd i would like to add that i have good homes lined up already. i asked friends and family as soon as i found my dogs tied together
- A: I actually just looked up early signs of pregnancy in dogs.Decreased appetite is usually one of the earliest signs that your bitch might be pregnant. Not all females go through this doggie version of “morning sickness”, but a small percentage will eat less during the first few weeks of gestation, usually making up for it later in the pregnancy. A sudden decrease in activity can indicate that your bitch is pregnant. Just like some women, canines may also experience feelings of exhaustion as their hormone levels change to support embryo production. Nipple growth is a good indicator that your bitch’s body is going through pregnancy changes. The nipples of an unbred female are usually quite small, and the area immediately beneath them will feel flat. However, once a pregnancy is in progress, breast material will develop beneath the nipples, which will also increase slightly in preparation for eventual milk production. Behavioral changes may also be noticed, with either an increase in affectionate behavior or an expressed desire to be left alone. As for comments about being irresponsible…people (like me) sometimes have a wonderful dog and want her to reproduce maybe just one litter so they will have a piece of her after she’s gone. My vet and I talked it over, and my female chow/husky will have one litter with her mate, an Alaskan Husky and be fixed. Nothing wrong with breeding your own dogs as long as you take care of the offspring. 🙂 My friends and family are already fighting over who will get the puppies and we don’t even know if she’s pregnant yet!
- When pregnant, does this seem rude?
- Q: When I was pregnant with my daughter, I did not get very big. Also, it would be good to point out, I was not small either, I just didnt gain 60 pounds like most ppl i know. I ate healthy, had a full time job where I walked and got excersize, and took care of myself for my unborn child. I also add that I was a bit skinny when I became pregnant and generally have a small frame. One day, my husband and I were at restaurant and the lady behind the counter asked me how far along I was. At the time, I was about 6 months pregnant. I told her and her reply: ‘Whats wrong with you then” and “Dont you eat” . I was really offended that she thought that because I did not blow up like a balloon, I was starving myself. By then I had gained about 15 lbs, but had lost a lot at first bc of the morning sickness and they dont count losing and then gaining back when they calculate this at the doctor. I just said that there is nothing wrong with me, and obviously I do eat since I am in a dang restaurant ordering food. My husband wasn’t happy about it either. Geez. FYI, when my baby was born, she was almost 3 weeks early bc apparently I was doing too much, being too active, and my family usually gives birth a little bit early. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. She would have been over 10 pounds had I gone all the way. So, my question is this. Does it seem rude to say that to a person? I mean, I think so, it’s none of anyone else’s business. You never know what a person looked like prior to pregnancy, or their family’s genetics. I just dont appreciate rude people and comments.Thanks for all the great comments! It doesnt bother me anymore, but sometimes when we’re talking about back when I was pregnant, I think about it, not out of anger, but I’m just like, what the heck was she thinking. I agree that restaurant staffers are rude a lot these days, like coming up to the register on their cell phones to take your order, and acting like you are bothering them. Ah well. That is society today. By the way, you could tell from the lady, how she was talking, she wasnt worried about my baby, she was upset about me not blowing up. She mentioned that she gained a lot of weight with her kids. I’m not usually a sensitive person, I just can’t tolerate complete stupidity! Again, thanks for all the great answers and reasonings!Oh and I was going to give a best answer to someone, but there are WAY too many to pick just one… I think I have to let yahoo answers do it for me! I’ve gotten 18 replies and just posted this!To old mister happy, as I said, I dont worry about it, just when we think back sometimes it comes up. We have a right to our own memories. I wanted to know if there were other women out there who have recieved the same treatment and wondered how ppl could be so stupid. Now I assume you are male and have never been pregnant, so I have thumbs down’d your reply bc well, you cant expierence pregnancy. This still happens to females often, and I dont think it is nice. If you are one of those ppl who believes that its ok to talk about a woman’s pregnancy as if you own it, shame on you. If not, you just want to rag me for asking a simple question, well, too bad. As I said, I just wanted to see how often this happens to women who did not ask what the person thought about their body. Thanks so much to the people with something helpful to say!Old Mister Happy, I am not needy. I just have a low tolerance for stupidity. And this lady was not speaking with all her wits. You are clearly not capable of understanding that I simply dont think it is right, whether the person is pregnant or not, to insult them. If I were needy myself, I would never have become a parent. There are people who agree with me that it is rude and have experienced this themselves. Maybe we can try to get word out that it is not acceptable? Probably would never work, as there are insensitive people out there who just dont get it…
- A: It’s rude to make a comment on someone’s size, and it’s particularly upsetting when you’re pregnant and maybe not feeling 100% about yourself anyway. If it’s any consolation, the people I work with make continual comments about my weight. One day, someone will say, “ohh look at you!!! You’ve put on weight! You look so healthy!” and then 2 days later, someone will say, “Oh you have lost so much weight!!”My weight has not changed by more than 5 pounds up and down for 20 years. I don’t know why someone would think you sound needy. In my opinion, you are entitled to reflect on an event and ask a question about it at any time in later life.