Am going to be 50 years and Hv not seen period for two ..?

Am going to be 50 years and Hv not seen period for two months , feel funny and stomach movement ,funny taste in my mouth too, frequent toilet

Belynda asked on 07 Jan '16 at 23:35


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Krish g answer on 26 May '12 at 03:56

 Pregnancy cause a number of 'symptoms' to become present in the mother. It is important to remember that some of these symptoms may be caused by other factors, and are not an immediate indication of pregnancy. Symptoms include;

  1. Breast Tenderness: Many women report increased sensitivity, fullness, or heaviness within a few days. By two weeks after conception, your areolas (the pinkish or brown skin surrounding the nipples) may start to enlarge.
  2. Spotting: Scantier than a period and sometimes mixed with a yellowish discharge, a small amount of bleeding may occur when the developing egg implants itself in your uterine wall. Bleeding should not be to the level of a period.
  3. Fatigue: Some report tiredness, irrespective of the level of sleep acquired the night before. Again, fatigue is more often a result of other factors, so doesn't necessarily indicate pregnancy.
  4. Nausea: The sensation of unease and discomfort in the stomach with an urge to vomit. Commonly referred to as "morning sickness", although this can appear at any time.
  5. Bloating: Many women mistake this early sign of pregnancy for PMS; the tip-off may come when your period doesn't arrive.
  6. Increased urination: pregnant women may need to go to the bathroom more than usual, a symptom that will return strongly during the last trimester.
  7. Stretching of pelvic ligaments: During the course of a normal pregnancy, the uterus will grow to about 1,000 times its prepregnant size. Some women feel their pelvic ligaments stretching to make room for this growth to occur.
  8. Food cravings: Although it isn't totally clear why this occurs, women do have cravings for particular types of foods during their pregnancy. For example, pregnant mothers have liked sour tastes more in the second and third trimesters than in the first trimester or before pregnancy.

Krish singh answer on 04 Jun '12 at 01:30

ormonal changes of pregnancy cause a number of 'symptoms' to become present in the mother. It is important to remember that some of these symptoms may be caused by other factors, and are not an immediate indication of pregnancy. Symptoms include; Breast Tenderness: Many women report increased sensitivity, fullness, or heaviness within a few days. By two weeks after conception, your areolas (the pinkish or brown skin surrounding the nipples) may start to enlarge. Spotting: Scantier than a period and sometimes mixed with a yellowish discharge, a small amount of bleeding may occur when the developing egg implants itself in your uterine wall. Bleeding should not be to the level of a period. Fatigue: Some report tiredness, irrespective of the level of sleep acquired the night before. Again, fatigue is more often a result of other factors, so doesn't necessarily indicate pregnancy. Nausea: The sensation of unease and discomfort in the stomach with an urge to vomit. Commonly referred to as "morning sickness", although this can appear at any time. Bloating: Many women mistake this early sign of pregnancy for PMS; the tip-off may come when your period doesn't arrive. Increased urination: pregnant women may need to go to the bathroom more than usual, a symptom that will return strongly during the last trimester. Stretching of pelvic ligaments: During the course of a normal pregnancy, the uterus will grow to about 1,000 times its prepregnant size. Some women feel their pelvic ligaments stretching to make room for this growth to occur. Food cravings: Although it isn't totally clear why this occurs, women do have cravings for particular types of foods during their pregnancy. For example, pregnant mothers have liked sour tastes more in the second and third trimesters than in the first trimester or before pregnancy.