How do you know when you're pregnant?
Just wanna know what are the signs and when they could be seen.
When u start to gain some weight and have very sharp stomach pains
When your period is late or not coming and for using a pregnancy test.
Late or irregular period, tender breasts, may be accompanied by nausea, change in appetite, and some water retention. Not sure where the sharp stomach pains sabrinaaq refers to...I'm on my second pregnancy and have never experienced those until late pregnancy. When they can be seen depends on the individual, as well as your attentiveness to your own habits...most seem to find out between 4-6 weeks; my husband was able to tell I was pregnant at only three weeks because of changes in my appetite and behavior, but that is not very typical and we weren't able to confirm it for another week after that anyway. When in doubt, get a test.
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