Watch out these early signs to see whether you are pregnant or not!
Headaches: blood pressure levels change and that fluctuation can cause headaches.
Nausea: it can begin as soon as three weeks after conception. It is due to the rise in levels of progesterone and estrogen.
Spotting: it is also known as implantation bleeding. It can happen after the eggs are fertilized, between 6 and 12 days.
Cramping: similar to period cramps, but definitely not the same.
Low appetite: women who experience nausea and vomiting have a reduced appetite.
Milky white discharge: if it doesn’t itch or burn, it’s normal. It happens because there is an increased growth of cells because the walls of the vagina are thickening. It may happen occasionally through the whole pregnancy.
#3 Frequent Urination
Frequent urination: the uterus puts pressure on the bladder, leaving less space for urine.
Tender breasts:you may feel a tickly when you touch them, or swelling. Your mammary glands are preparing to feed the baby.
Areolas turning darker: just like the tenderness, your nipples are getting ready to feed. They may get bigger, or darker.
#4 Aversion Towards Smells
Aversion towards smells: sometimes, even smells you used to like can make you sick.
Cravings: if you don’t feel sick, you may be hungrier than usual. And you may crave something specific, you may even wake up in the middle of the night craving something in particular.
Tiredness:the rise in progesterone can cause tiredeness. You should rest properly.
#5 Mood Swings
Mood swings: pregnancy mood swings are similar to PMS swings.
Husband aversion: hormonal changes can make you want to be alone, even if you love your husband. You may be disgusted by his perfume, or just want to be left on your own.
Constipation: it doesn’t always happen, but it could be a sign too.
For sure, take a pregnant test!
If you think you might be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test. But it may give a false negative if it’s too early on. A blood test is very accurate as much as six days after conception. You have to start taking care of your body as early into the pregnancy as you can, for the well-being of your baby. Check with your doctor what you should do.