It’s Been 2 Days Lack Of Appetite, Back Pain And Breast, Is Pregnant?
Hey, I was on feb 9 2019 yesterday and yesterday had sex before my wife complained about having breast pain and waist, why is that? Then it’s been 2 days my wife lacked appetite, why did it happen yes what are the signs of pregnancy? Then if I get my period when after intercourse? Please answer, thank you.
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Although pregnancy is usually characterized by several symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite, abdominal pain / cramps, low back pain, and sensitivity to the breasts, these symptoms alone cannot be concluded. Pregnancy is more certain with menstrual delays, infant movements, and some examinations such as physical examination, test packs (pregnancy tests), and gynecological ultrasound.
Keep in mind that menstrual cycles in women are normally regular with cycles every 21-35 days. If your wife's menstrual cycle is regular, then the distance should be the same as the previous menstruation. If pregnancy occurs (the egg is fertilized by sperm cells), then the menstrual cycle does not occur. Therefore, to find out when the next menstrual period is estimated, it is not affected by when you have sex with your wife, but based on when your wife's last menstruation was calculated 21-35 after that (depending on your wife's normal cycle for how many days). For example, if your wife's last period is February 1, 2019, then even if you have sex on February 9, 2019, your next period should remain around the beginning of March 2019, unless your wife is pregnant, then the next period will not be during pregnancy.
If you and your wife are in a pregnancy program, you can begin to suspect a pregnancy if your wife starts menstruating late in the next menstrual cycle, and by doing a pregnancy test. However, during that period try to maintain personal health, ensure adequate nutritional needs (especially nutrients and folic acid), and avoid infection.
Thus information from me, hopefully can help. If you are in doubt, do not hesitate to consult a general practitioner or obstetrician and gynecologist.