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Dog pregnancy week by week

Dog pregnancy week by week

Dog pregnancy week by week

by Karen on February 18, 2015

So you are pregnant and feeling as if you might possibly get pregnant in the next few days… Is it possible to be pregnant this soon? Well, at this point, it is just a little over a week from when your last period should have come. However, in some cases, there could be pregnancy symptoms that occur within just a few days of your last period.

At this point, the good news is that we do have a pretty good idea of how early you could possibly be pregnant. First, let’s figure out when your last period is going to come and when you are going to get your next period. There are some pretty good clues that can be found out about the timing of your periods. It would be better for you to visit your doctor to get an accurate start on when your period is going to come, but it can be done by looking at some of the clues below.

1. How Many Months Along Are You?

If you are within five months of the expected due date, you can be pretty much be sure that you are pregnant and it is also a good idea to visit your doctor to find out the date your last period is due and make sure that you are really pregnant because you could be, as early as four to six months along. It is really not possible to get pregnant until your period is due, so at this point, you are going to want to talk to your doctor if you think you might be pregnant.

2. Signs That You Are Pregnant

As I mentioned earlier, this is going to be just a few days away from when your last period should be coming and there are actually some early signs that you might be pregnant. In a few cases, you might notice that your breasts begin to change in size and shape and they are no longer firm. This can be a sign that you are pregnant if you do begin to feel them that way. Other than that, though, your symptoms will still be minimal. If you can take a pregnancy test in the next few days or weeks, though, that might be a better way to find out for sure.

3. The Symptoms

The symptoms that you may experience if you are pregnant is going to be very similar to those you might experience when you are not pregnant. The most common symptoms include, but are not limited to:

Bloating

Nausea and morning sickness

Breast tenderness

In this case, your breasts will not necessarily hurt because you are not pregnant, but you might have some discomfort that seems to come and go. If you are feeling any sort of discomfort that is more constant, you should visit your doctor immediately.

4. A Medical Professional

If you are having any symptoms that you know are not from being pregnant, it is time to go to the doctor. Make sure to talk to your doctor right away if you notice any type of discomfort. If you are having any symptoms, don’t wait any longer than you have to.

You should also be aware that there are certain symptoms of pregnancy that are considered normal and nothing to worry about. If your doctor tells you that you are going to have a baby, don’t freak out or think that you will be having a monster baby. As long as your doctor does not tell you that you are having a miscarriage, it is very rare that you will have a massive baby. Talk to your doctor to see what you need to do if you want to continue having a baby.

Conclusion

The symptoms of pregnancy are easy to identify if you know to look for them. If you are pregnant, it is very important to see your doctor immediately. The sooner you can get the symptoms checked, the easier it is to find the problem and correct it. If you are looking to start a family, you will want to talk to your doctor first to see what you need to do.

How to spot the symptoms of pregnancy?

1. Regular Stools

First thing’s first, if you are having regular stools, that is a good indication that you are pregnant. Not all people have regular stools. But if you are noticing regular stools, don’t be surprised. Regular stools are normal during pregnancy. But what you need to keep in mind is if you have more stools than usual. If your stools are very watery, then you should see your doctor immediately.

2. Painful Menstrual Cramps

If you are experiencing painful menstrual cramps that don’t seem to get any better, you should see your doctor right away. If you aren’t experiencing any pain at all during your menstrual cycle, then you should still contact your doctor. Not all people have painful menstrual cramps. But if you are experiencing them, that is a very important indication that you are pregnant. If you are experiencing painful menstrual cramps, you should try to use over the counter pain medication like Tylenol, Advil, or Motrin. However, if that doesn’t work, you should call your doctor right away.

3. Unexplained Fatigue

If you are experiencing unexplained fatigue, you should seek medical attention right away. If you are pregnant, you could be experiencing a condition called pregnancy exhaustion. If you are not experiencing any pain or fatigue, then you should still talk to your doctor. If you are experiencing unexplained fatigue, you should be checked for pregnancy.

4. Nausea

A common symptom of pregnancy is morning sickness, which is nausea. If you are experiencing nausea, that could indicate that you are pregnant. If you are having headaches or heartburn, these are also signs of pregnancy. However, you should still see your doctor to make sure that you aren’t having any of these symptoms.

5. Changes in Breasts

Some women do not notice the beginning of their period. However, some women notice the beginning of their period right away. And some women don’t notice the beginning of their period until they start to get more serious symptoms. If you are experiencing changes in your breasts, that is a very common sign of pregnancy. You should contact your doctor if you are experiencing breast changes. They may be able to find the cause of these changes.

6. Swollen Breasts

If you are experiencing swollen breasts, this is a very common symptom of pregnancy. However, if you are not experiencing any swelling at all, this is a very important symptom of pregnancy. You should talk to your doctor about your breasts if you are experiencing swelling.

7. Unexpected Vaginal Discharge

It is possible for you to have a vaginal discharge even if you are not pregnant. However, if you are experiencing an unexpected vaginal discharge, that is a very important symptom of pregnancy. You should tell your doctor if you are experiencing an unexpected vaginal discharge. They may be able to find the cause of the vaginal discharge.

8. Bloating

If you are experiencing bloat, that is also an important sign of pregnancy. However, you should still check with your doctor to make sure that you are not having any of the other symptoms of pregnancy. You may be able to find the cause of the bloat.

9. Pain in the Lower Abdomen

It is also possible for you to experience pain in your lower abdomen. However, if you are experiencing pain in your lower abdomen, that is a very important symptom of pregnancy. You should tell your doctor if you are experiencing any abdominal pain. They may be able to find the cause of the pain.


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