The day you conceived you must have noticed some physical body changes during that period. Some of you may recognize easily that you are pregnant, but maybe in doubt. Though the pregnancy period varies with person to person and also from one to next childbearing period.
Fifteen Early Signs of Pregnancy
In this post of A to Z Guide to pregnancy, we’re discussing, Fifteen Early Signs of Pregnancy that you may come across. If you encounter with most of them. Rush to your doctor for confirmation.
Changes in your breast.
Your breast may become swollen, tender and sore. You may have the feeling of the fuller breast.
The circles around nipples become wide and dark in color. Shows that your breast are preparing for breastfeeding
Increase in pressure on urinary bladder caused by uterus causes frequent urination.
You may notice light spotting, in the beginning.
Don’t worry if you see spots, in the beginning, this is only the sign of implantation of the embryo in the uterus.
You may get tired early, one of the common sign of pregnancy.
The feeling of nausea is one of the common signs of pregnancy: It’s caused due to the change in hormones level, commonly known as morning sickness.
Increase in smell sensitivity: Your nose will become sensitive to smells.
Increase basal body temperature, due to ovulation.
The metallic taste of mouth is observed throughout pregnancy.
Mood swings: Due to change in hormones level and it’s absolutely normal.
Increase in intensity of headaches or a migraine
Unusual hunger or cravings for women: As extra calories are needed for the growth of the fetus.
Feeling of Dizziness due to change in blood pressure.
These are the only Fifteen Early Signs of Pregnancy. However, You may have more or less of them. Hope you have a healthy normal delivery. If you come across different experience or have any queries then share with us in the comment section below.
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