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After having a physical relationship with your partner, you may know that you will be pregnant soon and have your baby. Pregnancy occurs when the fertilized ovum is attached to the womb wall (uterus), usually occurs within ten days of conception. However, sometimes at the time of copulation (sexual intercourse), you’ve not planned to have a baby; that’s why you’re unaware of the pregnancy symptoms. And you start wondering after your period is missed.
Expecting a baby and growing them inside the womb is an immense responsibility any woman carries on her shoulders for nine months. Here are some early signs of pregnancy which you may or may not have experienced over time.
Sometimes you may feel a very strong craving to eat something - this feeling is so strong that nothing can stop you from eating what you want. If you feel that strong craving, start counting the days from your last menstrual cycle. However, craving are not always a sure sign of pregnancy. For example, cravings for citrus and sweet foods can either just be a normal craving or an early sign of pregnancy. If you are pregnant, the sense of smell gets stronger. Don’t mark it as a sure symptom.
During pregnancy, a woman undergoes hormonal changes in her body, leading to frequent mood swings. A higher level of estrogen and progesterone in the blood can affect your mood. Sometimes you feel both good and bad at the same time, like crying and laughing together. Also, you may experience depression and anxiety at some point during the nine months. You should treat your mood swing during pregnancy because it may affect on your baby.
Morning sickness is the early sign of pregnancy, mostly experienced in the first trimester. Symptoms of morning sickness may make you feel nauseous and even cause vomiting. It’s normal to suffer from vomiting during pregnancy, but if the count is around 10 -12 vomits the entire day; it’s a matter of concern for you and your baby’s health. So, it is mandatory to control vomiting during pregnancy.
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Frequent urination is also one of the pregnancy symptoms a woman can have. You may notice the frequency is more often at night because there is a higher level of blood circulation in your body, so your kidney needs to work harder. If you feel pain while passing the urine, consult with your doctor.
If you normally never miss your montly cycle and suddenly find that you have missed a period, it is a sign that you're pregnant. Without any second thought in your mind, test your pregnancy, it's probably positive. A missed period is the surest sign that you’re pregnant. There are no other signs a woman needs.
You may have noticed that your breast size is changed in the last few days and have seen some blue veins around the breast area. Change in the breast size is expected in the starting days and first trimester. During pregnancy, the blood flow increases in your breast. That’s why you’ve seen the enlargement in the breast size after six weeks or within a week of conception.
These are some early signs of pregnancy that shows that you’re pregnant. If you have experienced any of the above pregnancy symptoms, book an appointment with a doctor and confirm your pregnancy.
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Q1. What are the 10 signs of pregnancy?
These are 10 early signs of pregnancy you might notice:
● Missed period
● Frequent urination
● Tender, swollen breasts
● Food cravings
● Increased sense of smell
● Light spotting and cramping
● Digestive problems
Q2. How early can symptoms of pregnancy start?
Pregnancy symptoms can start as early as 10 days after conception when the fertilized egg first attaches itself to the uterine lining. This can cause light spotting. Other symptoms, like tender breasts and sensitivity to smell, can also occur.
Q3. How can I tell if I'm pregnant after 1 week?
You may notice some light spotting as implantation occurs, or you might have other early signs of pregnancy such as smell sensitivity, fatigue, and breast tenderness.
Q4. Can you feel pregnant after 2 days?
No, it takes at least five days for the pre embryo to be implanted in the uterine lining. You’ll only notice signs of pregnancy after implantation has been completed.
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