There is no definitive way to determine pregnancy without some kind of test, with or without symptoms. But the home pregnancy tests are quite accurate and inexpensive, so if you feel you may be pregnant, I advise you to take the test. If the test shows you are not pregnant, you need to be examined by a doctor to see what is causing the discomfort you're having. Also, depending on your age, if you are still in your early teens, these symptoms can sometimes be caused by your body still developing, and they can also be pre-menstrual symptoms.
No, I pee all the time after eating popcorn. I'm not pregnant. If you want to know if your pregnant go get a pregnancy test.
Take a pregnancy test, no menstrual period, fatigue, sleepiness, breast changes, nausea, vomiting, frequent urination,fullness, aching in the abdominal area, mood swings or irritability. There are many things that can be symptoms/signs that your pregnant. But the best thing to do it take the pregnancy test!
It is possible. Frequent urination is a symptom of pregnancy. If your period is late, take a HPT.
The symptoms of pregnancy - fatigue, nausea, frequent urination - are nonspecific, and women (and men) may feel them quite often without being pregnant. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
In early pregnancy most of the women will have morning sickness, drowsiness and frequent urination. Later some women will have back pain and lack of sleep. But these are all different for every women and every pregnancy.
With all these possible symptoms of pregnancy, if the girl is sexually active it would be wise for her to take a pregnancy test. Not everyone suffers nausea with pregnancy.
Could be - some people feel effects immediately. You need to do a pregnancy test.
Yes. You might be pregnant.
== == You might mistake frequent urination or slightly worse eyesight for pregnancy, but those are symptoms that usually start after you've already missed your period, which would be one of the first signs of pregnancy. As far as I have always known (being a diabetic), I have never had any symptoms of being pregnant.
Probably not pregnant. Pregnancy rarely happens after tubal. You might have a couple of different ailments that happened to come up at the same time. Your symptoms most likely aren't from being pregnant. You might have a bladder or urinary infection. That can cause frequent urination, cramps & lower back pain. These aren't symptoms of pregnancy. Missed period could be early menopause. Sore nipples are just something that happens once in a while.
It depends on how frequent,like if every five to ten minutes you have to urinate then it is probably a bladder infection or kiddney/gaul stones.
Tired, moody, cravings for foods, frequent urination, headaches, sorebreast & the list goes on & on.