Yes it still can be. If you are late on your period or had an abnormally light one then yes. I have 2 children and pregnant with the third, and on my second pregnancy, my home pregnancy test didn't show positive until I was like 2 1/2 months along. But if you have had your period and are still showing a negative test then more than likely you are not pregnant. Burning nipples and fatigue can also mean impending menstruation as well.
Yes, you could be. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Yes (for a variety or reasons), carbohydrates can most certainly cause lethargy, lack of energy, fatigue or chronic fatigue if you are carbohydrate sensitive in any way. Not everyone who is carbohydrate sensitive suffers from fatigue, but most do (and not all cases of fatigue are caused by carbohydrate sensitive).
Have your blood tested .. you could be anemic..
The early signs of pregnancy do in fact include morning sickness. However, the early signs of pregnancy may also include such things as nausea, shortness of breath, fatigue, strange cravings, sensitive to certain odors, and physical changes.
I had no fatigue with my first. I was constantly tired for the whole first trimester with my second. Only slight fatigue with my third. It totally depends every pregnancy is different
I'm the one who posted this question me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex last month it's been almost right at a month and I took home pregnancy tests and they were negative. I have all the symptom's though the fatigue, breast tenderness, I had spotting I know it was that because it was brown. So could I be pregnant even with negative results from home pregnancy tests?
Not every pregnancy is alike, because everyone is different. Fatigue is not promised, however it can start as soon as the egg has been fertilized. For me, I was asleep from the third week of pregnancy to the end with my first child. And my third pregnancy, I was never fatigue.
Because of hormonal inballances and the overall fatigue that pregnancy creates.
I got fatigued at around 7 weeks
Pregnancy or flu
Cramping, nausea, and fatigue can be signs of pregnancy. These symptoms, along with tender, swollen breasts, and frequent urination are the first signs of pregnancy, after a missed period.
it sounds as though you have some problem, not pregnancy. You would not be experiencing pregnancy symptoms a week before your period. See a doctor.
Yes- as there are many symptoms of pregnancy- fatigue, loss of appetite, heartburn, etc.
Every one is different but for me it was fatigue.
Possibly but not necessarily.
I know that weakness and fatigue are common problems. My daughter complains about them.
Chances of PregnancyYes, you can be pregnant if your period starts 4 days late and have symptoms like nausea and fatigue. If these symptoms persist I suggest visiting your OBGYN. You could have and ectopic pregnancy. It happend to me. I even took three pregnancy test and they all came back negative. Just to be sure your not pregnant schedule an appointment with your OBGYN.
Yes, they are. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Those are both signs of pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test to find out.
This could be a sign of both! If you took a home pregnancy test, these are not always accurate and/or maybe it was too early to detect the pregnancy hormone in your body. Wait about 2 weeks and take another test or make an appointment to have a professional pregnancy test!
Breast changes,fatigue, nausea and missed periods are theearly symptoms of pregnancy.
Yes. In fact, my second child came about the same way. I missed several periods and still negative on pregnancy test. Be sure! Get a blood test from a doctor! During first weeks of pregnancy, home pregnancy tests don't always work. Also look for other signs, naseau, dizziness, fatigue. With my first pregnancy, I missed three periods and still was negative on test, but I also was unable to run without becoming very tired(strange for me - a 20K a week runner)-The doctor's blood test was positive! Good LUCK:)
Fatigue, nausea, vomiting and frequent urination are all common at any time in the first trimester.