For the last 3 years I have been on the Yasmin pill, and recently I started suffering from headaches so my doctor took me off them last month and put me on Yaz. With Yasmin, If I accidentally missed a pill, I would continue the next day and never have any issues with my periods coming before the end of the cycle or pregnancy. On tuesday I missed a pill on Yaz and took it normally since. My fiancee and I had unprotected love on tuesday. Today I noticed some blood and thought it was my period, but it was only a bit and it's stopped now, that's never happened before. Was that spotting? Does that mean I'm pregnant? Could a test even detect pregnancy this early?

Akire44 asked on 23 May '11 at 14:29

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Krish g answer on 31 May '12 at 02:49

hysical symptoms of pregnancy vary. Of the symptoms listed, not all will occur for every woman, and individuals may well experience different symptoms during different pregnancies. The following is a list of the most common symptoms. First trimester Breasts may feel swollen, sore, or tender. Pregnancy sickness may cause nausea and vomiting. It is also known as morning sickness, although it may occur at any time of the day or night. The sense of smell may be heightened. Cravings for and aversions to certain foods may be experienced. Food aversions may exacerbate pregnancy symptoms. Fatigue is a common symptom in early pregnancy. It results from increased progesterone and may be compounded by increased blood volume, which can result in lower blood pressure and lower blood sugar. Dizziness and fainting may be experienced, particularly after standing up quickly. These symptoms are caused by lower blood pressure and lower blood sugar. Frequent mild headaches may occur, caused by increased blood circulation Constipation is a common symptom caused by increased progesterone, which slows the activity of the large intestine. Increased urination is caused by pressure of the growing uterus against the urinary bladder. Emotional lability, including dysphoria, crying spells, and mood swings. These mood changes are triggered by the effect of pregnancy hormones on mood regulation in the brain.