Most common early pregnancy symptoms are:
Fatigue, dull cramps, flatulence / gas, bloating, backache, tender breasts, nausea, breasts feel full or heavy, sensitive nipples, increased cervical fluid.
Pregnancy symptoms, especially those early is not always easy to recognize. There are some early symptoms that could refer to the conclusion that it’s a pregnancy. The classic pregnancy is absence of menstruation, nausea, vomiting, general fatigue and breast tenderness.
Do all women have early pregnancy symptoms?
Early signs and symptoms of pregnancy are often similar to what happens before and during menstruation, so the symptoms are not easy to recognize. Every woman is different so therefore such is her pregnancy experience. Not every pregnant woman have the same symptoms as in the previous pregnancy. Every pregnancy is specific on its own way.
Also early signs and pregnancy symptoms are often similar to what happens before and during menstruation, so the symptoms are not easy to recognize. You need to know that these symptoms can be caused by other conditions other than pregnancy. So if you notice these symptoms it doesn’t necessarily mean that you are pregnant. The only certain confirmation of a pregnancy is the pregnancy test from the blood. A few days after conception fertilized egg attaches to the cling in the lining of the uterus. This may cause early signs of pregnancy.
Early signs of pregnancy
The main early signs of pregnancy:
Bleeding is also called implantation and can occur 6-12 days after fertilization. Cramps are similar to menstrual ones so women such bleeding often replace for the start of regular menstruation. Bleeding and cramps are weaker character.
The white milky liquid from the vagina which is the result of epithelialization wall of the vagina is also enhanced; that liquid continues throughout pregnancy is harmless and requires no treatment. Changes in your beasts are another sign of early pregnancy. After conception, the female hormones grow up rapidly and because of these hormonal changes the breasts may become hard, fuller, and swell and may be sensitive to touch. The area around the nipple can become darker.
Nausea (morning) with or without vomiting. Morning sickness is known pregnancy symptom, however not every woman get it. “Morning” sickness can occur at any time of the day or night, sometimes it occur earlier than three weeks after conception. The exact cause is not known although nausea pregnancy hormones plays a major role. Pregnant women can be disturbed with different smells and cause vomit. It’s possible that nausea, cravings and aversion to some food can last throughout the pregnancy. Most pregnant women can reduce these symptoms after 13 weeks of pregnancy.
Fatigue and drowsiness. It’s normal at the start of the pregnancy to feel tired even after 1 week of conception. Most often, fatigue is associated with high levels of the hormone progesterone, although there are other causes of fatigue as low blood sugar, low blood pressure and sharp rise in production levels.
The absence of menstruation is the most noticeable sign of early pregnancy and the one that most women wants to do a pregnancy test. But all of lost and delayed menstruations are not caused by pregnancy. In addition to pregnancy there are other causes that cause lack of menstruation. A variation of body weight, hormonal imbalance, fatigue or stress and various infections and medication can cause a delay period.
Other signs of early pregnancy
- Mood swings
- headache and back pain
- dizziness and fainting
- frequent urination
- constipation or constipation
- Increase of the body temperature