How does your stomach have to feel in 1 month of pregnancy?
At one month of pregnancy, you stomach does not usually feel any different. For some people it starts to look different around 12 weeks pregnant, others not until 4 months pregnant, others never! The average it starts to feel different is around 4 months of pregnancy and that is when it is obvious that you are pregnant
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Yes, or possibly gas.
full but quizzy
Yes ... Go to the dr it might be a baby or tape werms
It depends what you were like before you became pregnant, if it was soft then it will stay soft, if you were hard it will stay hard. Some women get bad gas at the begiinning o…f pregnancy and that may make a soft stomach firmer.
hi my name is kelly and i am 13 and i want to get pregant but im just scared to tell my parents
To counteract the baby's shifting, movement, and pushing against the skin to try to get out.
The same, you don't have the baby bump until you're 4months, but remember every pregnancy is different.
Nope at least 8-9 weeks
Normally, the stomach doesn't feel like much. However, when it is full (or distended), then the feeling of fullness ensues. If it is too full, stimulation of the vagus nerve c…an occur in such a manner as to produce a feeling of nausea. In the case of pregnancy, the expanding uterus pushes up on the stomach, often necessitating smaller, more frequent meals, in order to minimize nausea from occurring.
The doctor doesn't examine your stomach for pregnancy, he examines your cervix and uterus. Your medical care provider (Doctor, NurseMidWife, PA) is feeling for normal changes …in and the position of the cervix. She/he may check for the size of the uterus (depending how far along you are) and the size of your pelvis.
Like a hangover and a sore vagina from the random guy that you had unprotected sex with the night before
Normal. With very very very little to no gain. you won't be able to notice you are pregnant until around 16-20 weeks but it also depends on your body; everyone is different bu…t six weeks is way to early to see any change in your size of belly but fbreasts is a different story they are probably noticable larger!!
Your stomach really doesn't feel that much different the first week of pregnancy. You don't really start to feel something until 4-8 weeks of pregnancy. During this time, wome…n sometimes feel period-like cramping when the embryo implants itself in the uterus. If you are prone to morning sickness, this is also when you will start to have nausea.
You tend to bload , and feel like crap. You get depressed the most the 1st month.well I have.
No it will take about a month or two