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answer on 07 Jun '12 at 04:01
According to the doctors this is the decisive moment when the changes start inside the egg. If you are pregnant this is the time when your body becomes aware of the important changes happening inside it.
answer on 08 Jun '12 at 08:47
I have had gastric problems sine a long time,from your symptoms i guess it can be gas or acidity which is causing discomfort. Try drinking lots of lukewarm water in morning. Even if ur not constipated , eating spicy food can get you a burning feeling in stomach.So to avoid it- Have your last meal at least two to three hours before you hit the sack.Keeping long intervals between meals is another cause for acidity. Have small but regular meals.Try to avoid pickles, spicy chutneys, vinegar, etc.
answer on 09 Jun '12 at 12:12
Most women feel bloated and full of gas, with the skin of their stomach feeling as if it is being stretched and at other times, they feel normal. Others also state that the skin on the stomachs feel itchy while some do not feel anything until the baby starts moving inside their tummy. From the facts above, it is easy to conclude that the way a pregnant woman feels depends on their bodies, thus resulting in different effects, ranging from a queasy feeling to a hard and full tummy. It will also depend with the stage of the pregnancy since the size of the baby will also have impact on the reaction that you will feel when you are pregnant.
answer on 09 Jun '12 at 12:49
new research presented at the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, which looked at more than 16,000 women, suggests that the risk for complications is less than five percent, says Joshua Weiss, M.D., a clinical fellow of maternal-fetal medicine at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, and lead author of the study. Spotting occurs in about 30 percent of women in their first trimesters. "I get calls from women about this all the time," says Isabel Blumberg, M.D., an ob/gyn in private practice in New York City. Bleeding that occurs early on in pregnancy is usually lighter in flow than a menstrual period, and the color varies from red to brown. One common cause, says Dr. Blumberg, is implantation -- when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine lining -- which can trigger a few days of bleeding, often before a woman knows that she's pregnant. Another is a cervical polyp, a harmless growth on the cervix which is more likely to bleed during pregnancy due to higher estrogen levels. And because there are an increased number of blood vessels in the tissue around the cervix during pregnancy, contact with this area (through loveual intercourse or a gynecological exam, for example), can result in bleeding.It's most common for women to experience spotting in early pregnancy, although bleeding can occur later in pregnancy too. It does not however always mean miscarriage although this is undeniably one of the possible causes. Generally, spotting during pregnancy appears as a lighter bleed that can be anything from light pink to brown in colour. It tends to resemble the bleeding experienced at the start or end of a menstrual period.
answer on 12 Jun '12 at 01:55
It is not impossible to have periods and be pregnant. Some pregnant women have regular periods all the time. Home pregnancy tests are 97% accurate. If your test is negative, but you still have pregnancy symptoms, you should check it out with your doctor. PMS can make you feel like you are pregnant. The symptoms are very similar. It is really tricky, especially when you have irregular periods.