Are you trying to get pregnant and wonder if
something is going on? A pregnancy test or blood test
can give you safe answers, but before that, other signs
and symptoms may show that you are pregnant.
Here are 17 signs and symptoms that you are pregnant:
1. You are out of breath
Do you suddenly feel an d got to go up the stairs?
Then you may be pregnant. The growing fetus needs
oxygen, which makes it a little less left for you.
2. Sore breasts
If it feels like mild torture to wear a bra in the
morning, and you find that the breasts have grown a bit,
it may be an early sign of pregnancy. If you are
actually pregnant, it is not imagination. The breasts
become larger for both mammary glands and tissues become
You can't even read a page of the book clearly before
you fall asleep and your body feels worn out. It is
common in the first trimethyl ester (the first 12 weeks
of pregnancy), but is fortunately over for most.
Most women feel nauseous in the mornings when they
are about six weeks into pregnancy, while others notice
it earlier. You may feel nausea in the afternoon and
evening too, but it will probably subside after a while.
Try eating foods that feel good to your stomach, such as
5. Frequent toa visits
If you suddenly can't sleep all night without waking
up awfully pissed off, then this could be a sign. During
pregnancy, the body produces extra fluid and the growing
uterus presses. Then b usually comes with many toa
Hormonal changes can cause headaches in many when
pregnant. Therefore, having a headache may be a symptom
7. Back pain
Is your back a little sore? Approximately half of all
cancers have back pain or pelvic pain. Early in a
pregnancy, these menstrual-like pains are due to the
growth of the uterus.
8. Menstrual cramps
Is it PMS or pregnancy? It's hard to say, but if it
feels like menstrual pain, it may be your uterus that is
struggling to get ready for a baby.
9. Desire or taste for food
All of a sudden, you may get craze on citrus, or you
may be tempted extra by fish. Some can no longer handle
certain foods at all. If you experience such problems
with the food, your body may be telling you that you are
10. Constipation and bloating
You're pretty sure the pants fit last week. Now you
just feel very bloated. This may be because the
digestive system is working more slowly. Although the
fetus is still tiny - just an embryo - the uterus has
started to grow, which also causes the stomach to grow.
11. Mood swings
Do you get pissed just because your husband misses
throwing the sock in the laundry basket? If you are
feeling hormonal and chubby it may be because your body
has to adapt to the pregnancy hormones. Fortunately, you
can assure your husband that it will bring with him over
12. The hair is different
If the hair feels different than usual, it can be an
early pregnancy sign. Some people find that their hair
is harder to fix than usual, while others get thicker
and glossier hair during pregnancy.
13. Elevated body temperature
Your usual body temperature is the one you wake up in
the morning. It can increase after you have ovulated,
and go down if you get menstruation. If the higher
temperature persists for several weeks, it may be a sign
that you are pregnant.
14. Increased sensitivity to odor
Some become very sensitive to smells. You may no
longer be able to cope with the smell of garbage, which
you have not even noticed before.
15. Dizziness or fainting
Hormone changes, low blood sugar or blood pressure
can help make you dizzy or even faint. Be sure to eat
enough food and make sure you don't get any fluid
16. Small bleeding
Have you got a while? If it is only a little, and a
few days earlier than expected, it may be that the egg
attaches to the uterus and causes a little bleeding.
17. Delayed menstruation
Delayed menstruation is one of the most obvious signs
of pregnancy. If the cycle is normally regular, but you
suddenly go over time then you should take a trip to the
Even safer than early pregnancy signs
If you are trying to get pregnant, it is easy to
interpret all possible changes as signs of pregnancy. If
you are unsure, you should buy a pregnancy test. If the
result is negative and you have not yet received your
period, you may have tested too soon. Wait a few days
and try again. Convenient home mats for pregnancy can be
purchased at the pharmacy or at regular grocery stores.
Rules of thumb for early pregnancy signs:
- Look for important signs to see if you are
- If your body is more worn out than usual, this
may be a sign that you are pregnant.
- Changes in body, hair and mind can also indicate