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Pregnancy Symptoms


The Welcome Symptoms of Pregnancy
Although there are more than one symptoms of Pregnancy, the most relied ones could be as follows:

A missed or a delayed menstruation cycle is the most reliable symptom of pregnancy.

Implantation Bleeding is the earliest symptom of pregnancy. This happens about eight days after the conception resulting in spotting and cramping.

Swollen/Tender Breasts is another early symptom that can be seen after 1 or 2 weeks of conception. Many women may notice that their breasts have become tender to the touch or have turned sore.

Fatigue or a feeling of tiredness that may begin within the first week of conception is also a early pregnancy symptom.

Nausea/Morning Sickness is another well known symptom that may show up after about 2 to 8 weeks after conception.

Lower Backaches is another early symptom of pregnancy.

Frequent Urination occurs after 6 to 8 weeks of pregnancy and is very common symptom of pregnancy.

Darkening of Areolas or the skin around the nipples.

Food Cravings for certain kinds of food indicates a presence of pregnancy and can last throughout the period.

Confirming pregnancy
Of course these are the symptoms of pregnancy and the existence of one or more is not definite indication that you might be pregnant. Just the same, if you do not experience these symptoms, it does not mean that you are not pregnant. The best way to confirm is to take a pregnancy test. Many early pregnancy tests are very accurate and can tell you early if you are pregnant or not. If you suspect you are, you should visit your GP and he/she can confirm it and also start your pre-natal care.

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