Pregnancy Symptoms after Period
If you believe you are pregnant but had a period, you may just have experienced implantation bleeding and not really an actual period. You will have some cramping, breast tenderness, and an increased vaginal discharge as the only symptoms of pregnancy in these early stages.
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There are usually few pregnancy symptoms when you are about to have a miscarriage. This is because the HCG levels are usually very low in a miscarriage. After the miscarriage, you may have some residual cramping but you won’t have the symptoms of nausea and vomiting that are found in a normal pregnancy. The bleeding will last up to a week or more after the miscarriage and the breast tenderness will return to baseline.
In a tubal ligation, the fallopian tubes are cut, tied and sometimes burned. It is done when a woman is not pregnant and does not desire a pregnancy. The main symptoms after a tubal ligation are some minor vaginal bleeding, abdominal or pelvic pain and a fullness in the abdomen. The tubal ligation is likely to be done using a laparoscope or small tube that is inserted into the pelvis and the surgery is done through the tube. There may be some minor pain from the small incisions used to perform the surgery through.
The primary symptoms you have after conception are breast tenderness, increased vaginal discharge, and cramping pain. There is a missed period followed by ongoing breast tenderness, fatigue and eventually nausea and vomiting, beginning about the sixth-week gestation. By this time, you should know that you are pregnant because you have missed your period.
Ovulation happens on about the fourteenth day following your last period. If you get pregnant at the time of ovulation, you will have no symptoms until you miss your period 14 days later. You will miss your period and will have cramping pain and ongoing breast tenderness. There may be an increase in vaginal discharge and will go on to develop nausea and vomiting at around the sixth week of pregnancy.
After you have missed your period, you will begin to have pregnancy symptoms. You will have breast tenderness, abdominal cramping, and an increase in vaginal discharge. You will begin to feel more fatigue and will begin to have food intolerances. By the sixth week, you may have nausea and vomiting that doesn’t go away until about the twelfth-week gestation.
Symptoms after Implantation
After the embryo implants into the uterine lining, the HCG levels will begin to rise and will double every 48 hours or so. As the HCG levels go up, more symptoms occur. You will have breast tenderness, cramping pelvic pain, and an increase in vaginal discharge. At about 6 days after implantation, you will miss your period and will begin to develop food intolerances and nausea/vomiting that last up until the first trimester is over with.
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After an abortion, you may still have some ongoing cramping pain along with vaginal bleeding. These symptoms tend to pass after about a week. If the symptoms of bleeding persist, you may have retained products of conception that need to be removed through a D and C or dilatation and curettage.
After intrauterine insemination, you may have no symptoms at all. You may have some cramping and a slight amount of bleeding that comes from the catheter used in the procedure scraping the cervix. Most people have few symptoms after IUI and go on to develop pregnancy symptoms if the IUI led to fertilization and implantation of an embryo.
After a cesarean section, there will be pain in the lower abdomen because an incision was made in the lower transverse part of the abdomen in order to get the baby out. You can have soreness in the abdomen and abdominal cramps because the uterus is rapidly shrinking. After a cesarean section, you might have vaginal bleeding that can last a few weeks after you give birth.
If you have just had your tubes tied, you might have some incisional pain from the small incisions used to do the procedure. There may be some vaginal spotting and mild abdominal pain from the surgery. Most people recover very well and have no symptoms after 1-2 weeks.
If you miss your period, you will begin to have symptoms of pregnancy. You will have ongoing breast tenderness and an increase in vaginal discharge. There may be some abdominal cramping pain, indicating that the uterus is stretching.
After IVF, you may have some abdominal cramping. If the embryo or embryos take old, you will begin to have an increase in HCG levels and will begin to have pregnancy symptoms. Early pregnancy symptoms include breast tenderness, a lack of a period, increased vaginal discharge and some abdominal or pelvic cramping. Because you had IVF, you will likely have an early pregnancy test that may be positive. After implantation, the symptoms you will have will be similar to any other pregnancy although you may have an increased risk of twins.
Symptoms after Mirena Removal
After Mirena is removed, you should have some mild spotting and cramping. This tends to last a few days and then should stop completely. If you continue to want to have Mirena after the five-year period is up, a new Mirena can be inserted into the uterus so you can have ongoing protection against pregnancy.
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Plan B is an after sex way of avoiding a pregnancy. It is pills you take about 72 hours or less following unprotected sex. There may be no symptoms, nausea and vomiting or you may begin to bleed and have a period that will be similar to just about any period you have.
You may have symptoms after sex. This can involve mild vaginal pain and sometimes can cause a bit of spotting if the sex irritated the cervix. Most people have no negative symptoms following sex.
After implantation bleeding, you may have some pelvic cramping pain and may have bleeding that makes you think you are having a light period. Most of the time, this is the only time you will have bleeding and you will begin to have symptoms of pregnancy.
After embryo transfer, you may experience some mild cramping and some vaginal spotting. This does not mean that you are going to have a miscarriage. The cramping does not last long and the spotting lasts less than a day.