signs of pregnancy
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eirich - September 8

is it possible to feel pregnancy immediately after you conceive?if yes, which sign did you noticed first?


beverly - September 10

-it may sound crazy but i knew it the next day. food craving, nausea and breast tenderness. the next morning i started throwing up and felt really tired. week after pregnancy test came out positive.


jussica - January 26

I have been trying to get pregnant for 6 years of been married. My husband and I have been seeing fertility specialist. We have done our best but no luck. My husband has a sperm count which goes up and down, the doctor has recommended him taking the Proceed supplement which he is doing over 3 years with no change in the situation .. I am was so confused until i contacted this powerful spiritual woman advised by my friend, so I contacted her and I told her all about my problem, so she agreed to help me, she prayed for me and she sent me some native herbal medicine, which i use, she told me to meet with my husband.. within a 2 weeks i used the medicine she sent me i was uneasy with my self, i started having morning sickness and hormonal changes. I immediately went to the my doctor and it was confirm that I was pregnant.. all thanks to Dr natasha for helping me and my family, i am now a proud mum of a baby boy... Do you need help of such kind then contact Dr natasha, she can definitely help you. this her email address'' pregnancyherbs AT pregnancyherbs AT


priyaangel2587 - September 21

Hello my dear friend, thank you for sharing your issue with us and I hope you are doing well. I know that every lady wants to get happiness to become a mother and wants to face the beautiful and amazing time of pregnancy. Pregnancy is very beautiful as well as very complex process for your body. Your body will go through many physical and hormonal changes in this situation. When it comes to finding the signs and symptoms of pregnancy, it will always depend on your current physical condition and health. It can be different in different ladies and no one can tell you perfectly that when you will feel the early signs and symptoms of pregnancy. When it comes to finding any good and effective advice come I will suggest you visit any professional health expert. I am not any health expert show I am unable to provide you such proper information about it. When it comes to finding the primary Signs and symptoms of pregnancy, you will feel the situation of late periods and sore breasts. Due to the physical and hormonal changes and your body, you can also feel the problems of joint pain, back pain and body pain. Many ladies also face the issue of morning sickness and food cravings in pregnancy. You may also know with vomiting in this period. Some ladies also face the issues of a headache and mood swing due to pregnancy. So, all these symptoms can be observed to know about pregnancy and successful conceiving. When it comes to getting the confirm and final results, I will suggest you to use any pregnancy testing kit because it will help you in perfect way.


Anjlina - September 22

I knew about 8-12 days after impregnation something wasn't normal, sure enough, I was expecting I think 2 days is very early as its really just a group of cells reproducing so no real effort on the body this comes when it implants and hormones start being produced. I'd say that maybe all the missing pills etc may have upset your hormones a little and causing some issues but keep an eye on it and a few days before your period is due to take a test they say the early ones are pretty accurate x good luck!


Neha5 - October 15

Pregnancy symptoms at 4 weeks. Normally you get your period about 4 weeks from the start of your last period, but if you're pregnant, the clearest sign at this point is a missed period. Many women still feel fine at 4 weeks, but others may notice sore breasts, fatigue, frequent urination, and nausea.


Diana2018 - February 2

Hi eirich
It is possible to conceive the same month you delivered my dear. What matters here is when you start ovulating. In my career as a nurse, I have seen mothers return to our facility exactly nine months after delivery. This prompted me to do some research that unearthed some critical information I never thought it existed. However, I observed something common among these mothers. Most of them chose to feed their children on powdered milk other than breastfeeding. I went a step further and sought more information on the role of breastfeeding the baby. I discovered that when you breastfeed the baby, it prolongs the return of the menstrual cycle. This was specifically true in the first six months. However, it is important to remember that how long breastfeeding delays return of fertility varies from one person to another. Disturbance, stress, sickness, and how long the baby sleeps before it is breastfed are all critical factors. Studies show that this method can only be relied on in the first six months and the mother must nurse the baby for at least 6 times per night. Changing your nursing routine can also affect the results of this method. However, for ladies who are not breastfeeding, ovulation will return within the first six weeks postpartum. Typically, a woman will ovulate before her period returns. So she may miss the signs that she is ovulating and so she will end up conceiving. Usually, a woman should weight for at least 12 months before she conceives. Those who conceive within 6 months end up giving birth to underweight babies. Also, those who conceive after 60 months may have to fathom with some side effect.


wellspringivf - June 18

Pregnancy signs vary woman to woman, Period stops are the most common sign of any pregnant woman. Other pregnancy signs are feeling nausea, dizziness, food cravings, mood swings, constipation and also breast changes. If you see any 2-3 signs you can be pregnant, it's always better to detect and confirm pregnancy by visiting fertility expert and take all essential pregnancy tests for a healthy baby and mother.



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