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nausea comes and goes, bloated, achy feeling in lower abdomen, lower mild backache, have increased headaches at night, fatigue, frequent urination. my question is about the breast tenderness; my nipples itch some but they are heavy feeling and they hurt more on the side and underneath is this normal?
Yes its very confusing lol Well ive had the frequent urination, my boobs are tender but they dont hurt and ive expierenced some cramping through the night and i feel so tired. I guess the pregnancy test is the only way but some times the tests are not so accurate so if you test again and it comes out neg but you still feel prego then you should make a doctor appt. thats what i plan on doing.
Just curious, if the ultrasound for an ovarian cyst comes back positive do you know if there is anything that they can do to stop the bladder pressure/frequent urination? Have you talked with your GYN or urologist about what (if any) treatments exist for the cysts? Thanks.
There may also be lack of strength, dizziness, ringing in the ears, pain or weakness in the low back and/or knees, frequent urination, night urination, and possible edema in the ankles and lower legs.
I think you are. Breast tenderness. Hightened sense of smell. Mild fatigue. Always dizzy. Frequent urination.
I felt fine until December 11th when I started noticing breast tenderness, stomach cramps, headaches, fatigue and frequent urination. I thought that I might be overreacting, that it could just be side effects of stopping birth control or that I was just ovulating for the first time on months. Then I thought, my boyfriend and I were "together" on December 8th and 13th and almost every day since. I have taken home pregnancy tests but they are negative.
My second I had more symptoms and with this one I had symptoms since a week before my period was due. Frequent urination, heart burn, nausea, very very sore breast. This pregnancy seems very exaggerated!
This is followed by morning nausea, sore and tender breast, weight gain, mood swings, fatigue, frequent urination, feeling very hungry, food craving, and sensitivities to smells. Only a small percentage of women experience these symptoms about 4-5 days before the missed periods. Some women have no symptoms except the missed periods. So, you could be falling in this category. Take blood HCG level test at 48 hours intervals. If the levels are rising and doubling, you are doing good.
Can try a sonograph..
I have been experiencing breast tenderness, fatigue, frequent urination and some dizziness. Should I be concerned that I am pregnant?
Hey guys, me and my boyfriend have been trying to have a baby for a fair bit. Started to get symptoms of nausea, with or without vomiting, fatigue, breast changes and breast tenderness, frequent urination, abdominal cramping or PMS cramping, nipple soreness or changes to your nipples, veins appearing on your breasts, and increase in vaginal discharge, but the early pregnancy test i took came back as negative. I've still got the symptoms though.
I'm Due April 5 So Far My Symptoms Have Been Nauseas, Itchy Bloating, Vomiting, Frequently Urination, & Most Of All I Feel Very Tireeddd && Very Emotional & Sensitive
test and it was negative, but I had a lot of the symptoms like breast tenderness, frequent urination, fatigue, etc. Any ideas on what this is and why it is happening to me??
For almost 3 weeks now I have had off and on cramps, lower back pain, shooting pains up my vagina, frequent urination but I drink a lot of water and I usually pee a lot, and I did experience breast tenderness but it has subsided. I feel like I am going to start my period any second. I have never been pregnant so I'm not sure what is going on. I will feel what feels like my period constantly throughout the day but it's only discharge.
I am six days late and I am having breast tenderness, fatigue, frequent urination and abdominal pain. I have taken two pregnancy tests and both came back negative. I am taking birth control but my yearly pap smear came around in Feb. and I did not have the money at the time to get it done so, I had to wait until March to have my pap done and get a new pack of pills. I have not taken the pill for over a month now.
• Missed or altered period • Just a “feeling” you are pregnant • Breast TendernessFatigueFrequent Urination • Nausea and vomiting • Dizziness or fainting • Food cravings • Food aversions • Sensitivity to Aromas • Morning Sickness • Heartburn and constipation • Mood swings and irritability • Higher than normal body temperature • Lower back pain • Discharge • Implantation bleeding • Bloating and weight gain • Positive pregnancy test results
Missed Period (I am currently 9 days late), Tender Breasts (almost everyday all times of the day) Nausea (only for a few days) Fatigue (can hardly keep my eyes open, especially at work and when driving home) Frequent Urination, Headaches (every freaking day) Light Headedness ( only a few times) Constipation (Ugh), & Heartburn (everyday)...Normally the way I tell I am pregnant is the headaches and breast tenderness...I have two children and the last pregnancy that I lost confirmed that.
You can have mild to moderate cramping (similar to menstural cycle cramping), backache, headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, fluctuations in appetite, constipation, diarrhea, mood swings, breast tenderness and/or frequent urination. However you can also experience none of this. If you don't, it doesn't mean the pregnancy is doomed to fail. Same as having these symptoms - it doesn't mean all is well. How a female feels while pregnant will vary from female to female and pregnancy to pregnancy.
I have taken a good number of pregnancy tests and they all came out negative. I have had morning sickness, fatigue, frequent urination, discharge, well basically everything except for tenderness in my breats. Oh and also, my period came on, but it didn't last for that long. Can anybody please help me? Like give me any information and etc.
Over the last week or so, I have experienced increased urination, lower abdominal cramps, frequent hunger, breast tenderness (especially nipples), fatigue and a white, odorless discharge. Now, and for the last three days, I have pink/red/brown discharge one or twice a day. I checked to see if I could feel my strings about a month ago and I couldn't find them. I checked again yesterday and found them immediately. Has the IUD moved? Are these just side effects?
Hi there, It is not advisable to do a urine test before a missed period.Nausea,bloating,abdominal cramps, breast tenderness,fatigue,tiredness,increased urinary frequency are few early and common symptoms of pregnancy. If a woman is not on any contraception she can conceive anytime. Taking prenatal vitamins and folic acid may enhance the chances of conceiving. There are chances that you could be pregnant. All you can do is wait for your periods.
I would take another test and if that one is also neg. Then I would wait to see if you get your period this month if not take another test if that one comes out neg. But still no period call the doc.
The first signs of pregnancy are fatigue, nausea, frequent urination, and breast tenderness which may be seen before a missed period .The cause is rising hormones levels in early pregnancy. Wait for your periods. If you miss them take up pregnancy test. You can take a card test immediately. Most of the card tests will give accurate results after 7 days of a missed period. For better confirmation it is better to take a blood test for beta HCG.
The first signs of pregnancy are fatigue, nausea, frequent urination, and breast tenderness which may be seen before a missed period .The cause is rising hormones levels in early pregnancy. Wait for your periods. If you miss them take up pregnancy test. You can take a card test immediately. Most of the card tests will give accurate results after 7 days of a missed period. For better confirmation it is better to take a blood test for beta HCG.
I don't have many symptoms other than breast soreness and frequent urination. I have an appointment oct. 29th till then I passed 4 pregnancy tests. I just had back pain that comes and goes. It bothers me and I'm worried if the baby is safe? I don't have nausea like I did thru out the first time. I'm just worried waiting for my first appointment. Should i be feeling worse by now??
I've had all symptoms from headaches, Sore tender breast, cramping, boating, acne, extreme fatigue, frequent urination.
Ive had fatigue, gassy, mood swings, increased appetite, frequent urination, stuffy nose, dizziness and the sides of my breast are sore and I never get wore boobs before period. Yesterday afternoon I had some mild cramping and started bleeding but it was very light and my period isn't due for another three days. Now today it stopped but when I wipe I see blood I don't need a pad or tampon and my period normally starts light with bad cramps for one day and then heavy for the next three days.
Missed Period (I am currently 9 days late), Tender Breasts (almost everyday all times of the day) Nausea (only for a few days) Fatigue (can hardly keep my eyes open, especially at work and when driving home) Frequent Urination, Headaches (every freaking day) Light Headedness ( only a few times) Constipation (Ugh), & Heartburn (everyday)...Normally the way I tell I am pregnant is the headaches and breast tenderness...I have two children and the last pregnancy that I lost confirmed that.
Nausea( constant since 03/25),Breast tenderness (03/29), frequent urination( feels like every 30min),Change in appetite,& Fatigue.
So if you are trying to get pregnant you could test randomly or if you notice the onset of early pregnancy symptoms (e.g., breast tenderness, nausea, fatigue, frequent urination). If your goal is to get pregnant, given your history, I'd suggest you see an ob/gyn to discuss this further. Because you won't get pregnant if you are not ovulating (the ovary producing an egg, also called an ovum) and they can discuss with you (based on your history) how you can maximize your chances of ovulating.
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