* missed menstrual period * nausea, with or without vomiting * food aversions or food cravings * fatigue * frequent urination * breast changes and breast tenderness * new sensitivity or feelings in your pelvic area * metallic taste in your mouth If you have one or more of these symptoms take an at home test or contact your doctor asap it is important that you find out if you are pregnant earlier on so that you can get prenatal care that helps you have a healthy pregnancy and baby...also if you don't want to keep the baby you have more options the earlier you find out!!!
If you're not taking the pill, it's always possible to get pregnant, fake symptoms or not.
You will miss your period,have pregnancy symptoms, or you could take a home pregnancy test or see your Dr.
This is what you would expect to occur; but there are slight chances to become pregnant even when taking the pill.
if you have had unprotected sex recently even if you are on birth control you could be pregnant. i suggest taking a pregnancy test :)
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.
By taking a pregnancy test.
No, pills do not cause pregnancy. Sex causes pregnancy.
By taking a pregnancy test. If it's positive, it might be the pregnancy symptoms.
You can't tell for sure without taking to a vet. A lot of dogs display false pregnancy symptoms. I hear they can do a test, but the best way is to wait until 21 days in and get an ultrasound. It will also tell you how many you are expecting.
If you are on the pill it is unlikely that you are pregnant. If you did get pregnant you would have the same symptoms as if you were not on the pill. Nausea, fatigue, tender breasts, heartburn, frequent urination. Missing a period COULD be a sign - but would be less reliable because you are taking hormones. At home pregnancy tests will work even if you are on the pill.
the best way to know is by taking a hpt--because the reason i said that cuz pms symptoms and pregnancy symptoms are alike so its hard to tell if you're pregnant or not--
yes no you don't. I've known people who didn't have any symptoms and were pregnant. I've had symptoms and wasn't. the only sure way of knowing is by taking a blood test and/or seeing a ob/gyn. b/c the urine tests can give a false positive. I've had one of those too.