No i dont think so ive always felt them about 14 days from conception.Obviously i can only speak of my experiences but i would say definately not its the hcg hormone that creates the symptoms and this hormone only starts rising once the egg is inside the womb which takes about 6 days to travel down the tube into the womb
No, I don't think so because technically, you aren't pregnany until implantation...of course that's debatable, but for symptoms to occur, implantation has to occur, which is usually 5-14 days after conception. Most women don't have symptoms until after their missed period, but some women are earlier and some are later. I think you can have cramping etc around ovulation though, and premenstraul symptoms are almost the same as pregnancy symptoms
i have a question is anyone is able to answer it. about 10 days ago, I was with this guy and we were messing around and he has his penis by my vagina without a condom, but it didn't go in at all. He then went and put on a condom and we tried, but then stopeed before he put it all the way in. It is possible that the time when he didn't have a condom on, he could have had cum? Because now, 10 days later, i feel like i put on weight like on my lower stomach/uterus area. I also got dizzy today and felt a little hot. Also a couple days ago, I went pee alot. It definitely seemed too frequent. I'm really freaking out because I don't know what to do or what to think. Could I be pregnant? Are these symptoms?
It is possible to get pregnant without actually having sex, sperm travels pretty well...however, it's not like it is an easy thing to happen either. Those symptoms are pregnancy symptoms BUT they are also pre-mentraul symptoms. I always get really bloated in my low abdomen, sometimes get weird hot flases, headaches, and so on. Also, the peeing frequently I seem to get always after having sex.....it could be a urinary tract infection as well, which causes some cramping and usually frequent urge to pee and sometimes pain when peeing. You could see your doctor, get a urinary test for UTI and pregnancy and talk to him/her about your symptoms!
Last month I had my period about the third week of the month, and I feel like I should have gotten it by now, if not in the next few days. I'm very athletic and I heard you could always be late with that. I have missed a month before, without any sexual contact earlier this year. Why could this be?
Its normal to miss periods or be late on them from time to time. Stress, weight loss/low body fat content, diet change etc can cause a delay with your period.
Two months ago, my husband got laid off, and I skipped my period that month. If you are on birth control they are usually more regular than if you are not, but that doesn't mean it's abnormal for it to be late from time to time. Try not to stress, that wont help with how you feel and your period delay!