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Is it normal to have a fever during the first six weeks of pregnancy?

No. You might have a cold or something that causes a fever.

Is coughing normal in pregnancy?

It's a not a pregnancy sign but just as when you are not pregnant you can get cough or a cold.

Does Dolo-cold have any side effects?

is dolo-cold safe during pregnancy (3 months pregnancy)

Does feeling so cold during normal temperature normal to those who has hypertension?

No. Hypertension has nothing to do with how cold or warm you are.

Can cold sweats be sign of early pregnancy?

One of the most common causes of Night sweats during early pregnancy (first trimester) is the hormonal changes related to pregnancy. But cold sweats are not typically a sign of pregnancy.

Is having a cold during the first two weeks of pregnancy a sign?

Yeah, it's a sign... that you've a cold.

Is it normal that during antibiotics your baby catches a cold?

yes it is quite normal because, it might have been that your baby has caught a cold during going out or maybe from another person.

If you feel sick during your pregnancy and its unusual could you be pregnant?

If you are sick with nausea ,cramps then yes, but a cold or fever are not the sign of pregnancy.

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Is it normal to feel thirsty and cold all the time during early pregnancy?

due to your increase in hormones you do need a lot more fluids in your system. try to have eight glasses of water a day. as for being cold i am not entirely sure, im in my seventh week of pregnancy and have drastic temperature changes throughout the day. hope ive helped a little aleksei

Should your stomach feel cold during pregnancy?

Yes, it is. The baby needs blood also. So where is it going to get it from? Mama. Having a thin flow of blood can cause a person to feel chilly, even if it's 75+ outside. It's worse if you have iron-defiencey anemia. (Went through this already)