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Is It A Pregnancy Symptom?

Pregnancy symptoms vary among women. In addition, the symptoms you may get may be different from pregnancy to pregnancy. However, the good thing is that the symptoms are easy to recognize even if it's your first pregnancy. Let's take a look at the common symptoms that nudge you at the early stages of pregnancy.

Tender or swollen breasts

This is often the first pregnancy symptom. It happens because your breasts have already started preparing for breastfeeding. There is a gush of estrogen and progesterone hormones, which make your breasts and nipples tender. In the first pregnancy they may be painful.

Unusual Fatigue

This happens because your body has to work double hard to withstand the drastic changes occurring in it. There are raging hormones and a faster pumping heart to deal with, in order to nourish the growing fetus. The chief reason for you to feel extreme tiredness or dizziness in the beginning of pregnancy is the increased production of progesterone. Actually, it is a signal given by your body to indulge in extra hours of beauty sleep before you give birth, as you will requite more energy to take care of your baby after it's born.

Late Or Missed Period

If you have missed your period, then you could be pregnant. However, only a pregnancy test will confirm this. So, you should go to your doctor immediately or carry out a home pregnancy test.

NOTE: If the results are negative, then you should consult your doctor immediately. There might be some other cause for amenorrhea (absence of menstruation).

Morning Sickness

Unlike its name, this pregnancy symptom may occur any time of the day. You feel nausea with or without vomiting. It happens due to high estrogen level. The common foods that trigger morning sickness are coffee, spicy foods, and dairy products. Many times, perfumes, household odors, and smoke may also make you sick.

Mood Swings

The mood swings that you are going to experience at this time would put a pendulum to shame! You may suddenly burst into tears without any reason. Some women get irritated easily. The high levels of hormones are the culprits of your unusual emotions.

Spotting And/Or Cramping

If you notice a spot of blood on your panties, then you might be pregnant. Spotting occurs in the early stage of pregnancy, about 10-14 days after fertilization, due to implantation. The fertilized egg gets implanted in the lining of the uterus. You may also experience cramps that are similar to menstrual cramps. It occurs at a very early stage when the uterus expands to accommodate the embryo.

The other symptoms are frequent urination, headaches, increased basal body temperature, and constipation.

NOTE: If your pregnancy test shows negative results despite the pregnancy symptom, then consult your doctor for the cause of the discussed symptoms. They might be the signs of some disease.

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