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How many days after intercourse signs of pregnancy starts appearing - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms
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Doctor :   Hi
User : many days after intercourse pregmancy signs are noticed?
Doctor :   it is the time of intercourse which is important
Doctor :   the first sign is absence of the mensus
Doctor :   called as missed period
Doctor :   after the missed period if a urine pregnancy test is done than it will be positive if she is pregnancy
User :   tenttively how many days after signs starts appearing..
Doctor :   meaning ?
User :   meaning early she will felt becoming pregnant..
Doctor :   did you follow
Doctor :   it is the missed period the first sign or symptom that appears
User :   ok
User :   and ?
Doctor :   what ?
User :   other signs?
Doctor :   they are
Doctor :   nausea, vomiting
Doctor :   frequent urination
Doctor :   abdominal bloating
Doctor :   fatigue
Doctor :   tender swollen breast
User :   this r early signs?
Doctor :   yes they are
User :   within 1 month or so?
Doctor :   yes
User :   ok..
User :   thaks
User :   thanks.
Doctor :   thanks for consulting health care magic
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