Could I Feel Pregnancy Symptoms Early?

Could I Feel Pregnancy Symptoms Early?


I’ve felt really off lately. Could I feel
pregnancy symptoms early? Some women start suffering from morning sickness
before the pregnancy test is positive. They go in reporting a flu bug only to be told
it is a nine month ordeal. So my queasiness could be an early sign of
a pregnancy. Or it could be last night’s leftovers. I
can’t tell without a pregnancy test. What else could I feel early, before a pregnancy
test would be positive? A lot of women feel tired when they get pregnant,
because the baby is consuming resources. A literal, little parasite, though they’re
so darn cute. But if I’m sick, I’d feel tired, too. You have to pee a lot more when pregnant.
You’re eating for two, and you’re peeing for two. I can’t say if that’s true or not. I don’t
really count the number of times I rush to the bathroom, or how often I go for the toilet
or the mirror. How early can you feel pregnancy symptoms? Well, certainly not until after conception. I really ought to just take a pregnancy test. The problem is that the test may not come
back positive until you miss your period. And stress could make you skip your period. While worrying about being pregnant could
make me stressed and queasy. If in doubt, talk to your doctor. I’ll know if I’m pregnant by the time
I get an appointment. Lots of pregnancy crisis centers offer free
pregnancy tests. They’re not that much at the pharmacy, either. Could I feel pregnant just a day or two after
conception? No, but you could feel pregnant if you conceived
the last time you had sex. I wish I knew what to do. If you wait long enough, you’ll know for
sure. In nine months, there will be no doubt.

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