Is it normal to feel like you are getting your period when you are first pregnant
It is possible, especially, if you have been on birth control! ChaCha again soon! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/is-it-normal-to-feel-like-you-are-getting-your-period-when-you-are-first-pregnant ]
More Answers to “Is it normal to feel like you are getting your period when you are first pregnant“
- Is it normal to feel like you are getting your period when you ar…?
- It is possible, especially, if you have been on birth control! ChaCha again soon!
Related Questions Answered on Y!Answers
- If you are about pregnant what does your stomach feel like when you touch it?
- Q: I might be about 14 weeks pregnant.my first period in jan. was light but not spotting, my second in feb. was light and then really heavy, both normal lenght. this month march it still not here. Hpts- all 6 have been neg.,1 blood test neg., No preg symptoms. I have no insurance, went to planned parenthood for the blood test, they couldnt tell me anything else……Main thing happening is Im getting a bump and gaining a little weight, but im not sure how the “pregnancy bump” is supposed to feel at this stage (about 14 weeks), is it hard? Is soft with hard underneath? Is there even a bump this early?has anyone experienced anything like this?, anything will help right now, while I just wait……. thanx =)
- A: If you had a heavy period in February and your blood test was negative, you aren’t pregnant. Or if you are, you’re no more than a couple weeks along, in which that case you would not feel a bump at all. With a first baby, most women don’t start to show until the 4th month.
- This is for the ladies with more than one child, did you start feeling your second pregnancy sooner?
- Q: I’m currently 5 weeks pregnant with my second baby and already I’m feeling “sensations” in my uterus. At night, when I’m laying still, it almost feels as if I can feel something going on in there. I don’t remember feeling anything like this this early in my first pregnancy. What I do remember feeling was a pulling sensation which I learned was the ligaments that surround my uterus stretching. I don’t think that I’m further along than 5 weeks because my last period was quite normal. What do you think? Someone mentioned to me that perhaps I could be pregnant with twins, I won’t get to see my OB for another couple of weeks so I’m just wanting to know a bit sooner. Thanks ladies!
- A: With the second pregnancy you feel the baby sooner because you know what it feels like from the first. Also the uterine lining is thinner since you already had a baby. I am actually not giving this info totally first hand, b/c I have had only one full term pregnancy, and it was twins! I could not start feeling them until after 25 weeks, and then it was only one baby the whole time. The subsequent pregnancy info I gave is from some friends who have had more than one. Do not worry about twins until someone gives you reason too, trust me, if you are having them you will find out soon enough.
- HELP PLEASE DONT KNOW IF IM PREGNANT OR NOT?
- Q: The last time I had sex was 11/25/05. In Dec I got my period and it was very light at first and heavy towards the end and it lasted 6days. During my period my breasts where very sore. Now breasts are not sore anymore but they feel a little swollen. I also feel a pressure on my lower stomach it doesnt hurt there is no pain but it just feels like a pressure…like if I’m very bloated. Is this how your stomach feels when your pregnant? Can you have a normal period and still be pregnant? Do your breasts feel swollen and sore throughout the whole pregnancy? Need to know if I could be pregnant or are they these symptoms of something else?
- A: If you want to be sure, make an appointment with your doctor for a blood test. Those are much more accurrate than home pregnancy test when taken this early. It is pretty early for you to find out if you are pregnant, so wait a week or so, depending on when your last period was, then make an appointment. Also, when the embryo is implanting itself in the uterus, there may be some bleeding, which you may mistake for a period. Checking with your doctor is your best bet.