Early Symptoms In Pregnancy

Every woman is different, so does her pregnancy experience. Symptoms that arise between women with one another may vary. Even a woman can experience different things from one pregnancy to the next. Early symptoms of pregnancy are similar to those before and during menstruation, therefore, often the symptoms of pregnancy are not realized.In this article will discuss some of the earliest symptoms in most common pregnancies. But these symptoms may also be caused by something other than pregnancy. So if you feel any or some of these symptoms, it does not automatically mean you are pregnant. The only way to know for sure is to do a pregnancy test. The easiest way to do this is to use a test pack.
Spots and Stomach Cramps
A few days after fertilization, the fertilized egg is attached to the uterine wall. This can cause one of the earliest signs of pregnancy: spots and sometimes, cramps. This is called implantation bleeding and generally occurs between 6-12 days after the ovum is fertilized. Cramps that occur resemble menstrual cramps, so some women consider these symptoms to be the beginning of their menstruation. The difference is the blood that comes out and the cramps experienced are not as much as during menstruation.In addition to bleeding, sometimes the vagina will release a milky white liquid, but not whitish. This is related to the thickening of the vaginal wall, which begins immediately after fertilization. The discharge of this milky white liquid may last throughout pregnancy and usually does not need treatment because it is harmless. But if it smells and itchy or burning, inform your doctor. A further examination is necessary to ascertain if there is any fungal or bacterial infection.
Changes to Breasts
Changes in the breast is one of the earliest symptoms of pregnancy. A woman's hormone levels change rapidly after conception. This change causes the breast to become swollen, sore, feels "tickled", or feels heavy / full / soft. The area around the nipple, called the areola, will also darken.Breast changes can also be caused by other factors. But if the change is due to pregnancy, the body will familiarize itself with new hormone levels within a few weeks. After that, the pain felt in the breast will subside.
Feeling very tired is a normal thing during pregnancy. A woman can start feeling exhausted from the first week of pregnancy. This is often related to the level of progesterone in a woman's body. Other things like low blood sugar levels, low blood pressure and increased blood production can also contribute a lot to this fatigue.If fatigue is experienced related to pregnancy, it is important to rest. Eating foods rich in protein and iron can ease these symptoms.
Nausea / Morning Sickness
Morning sickness is the most famous symptom of pregnancy. But some lucky women do not experience it. The cause of morning sickness is the female hormone level that slows down the stomach emptying which results in nausea. Often called morning sickness, it can happen all day long. Some women also become 'cravings' or vice versa, being unable to tolerate certain foods during pregnancy. It is also associated with hormonal changes. Nausea, cravings, and 'can not stand' to certain foods can occur throughout the 9 months of pregnancy. But in general at 13 to 14 weeks of pregnancy, these symptoms begin to decrease.In the meantime, be sure to eat healthy foods so that you and your baby grow well. Consult your obstetrician to make sure you both get enough nutrition.
Late Menstruation / No Menstruation
This is the most obvious early symptom of pregnancy. But late menstruation does not always mean pregnant. Losing too much weight, stress, fatigue can also cause a woman not late / menstruation. During pregnancy, some women may also experience bleeding. Ask your doctor if you experience this, whether the bleeding is normal or harmful.
Other symptoms
Pregnancy carries changes in your hormonal balance which can cause the following :
Frequent urination.For many women, it begins around the 6th or 8th week after conception. Although this can be caused by a urinary tract infection, diabetes, or an overusing diuretic, if you are pregnant, it is most likely caused due to hormone levels.
Constipation. During pregnancy, an increase in the hormone progesterone can make you constipated. Progesterone causes the food to come out slower than the intestine. To reduce constipation, drink lots of water, exercise, foods high in fiber.
Mood swings. This is common, especially during the first trimester. It also deals with hormonal changes.
Headache and back pain.Dizziness and fainting. This is because the blood vessels dilate, decreased pressure and blood sugar.
In pregnancy, a woman may experience all of the above symptoms or some or even just one. If your symptoms are disturbing, consult your obstetrician about ways to make your 9-month pregnancy more enjoyable.

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