First Signs Of Pregnancy: What Will I Feel And When?
5 Early Signs of Pregnancy
Studies show that most women begin to feel Signs of Pregnancy between the fifth and sixth weeks of pregnancy, with 89% of women feeling symptoms by the end of the eighth week. (How many weeks pregnant are you? Since pregnancy is counted from the first day of your last period—five weeks pregnant means one week after your missed period). Here, we’ll take a closer look at:
1-Missed period: first of Signs of Pregnancy
A delayed or missed period is the most common Symptom of Pregnancy leading a woman to test for pregnancy. When you become pregnant, your next period should be missed. Is it possible to be pregnant and still have a period? Some women can bleed while they are pregnant, but typically this bleeding will be shorter or lighter than a normal period. A missed period can be from signs of pregnancy caused by something else.
2-Nausea: second of Signs of Pregnancy
Popular culture means that most of us are familiar with morning sickness. For many women, nausea is a regular feature of the early signs of pregnancy, but it’s not restricted to a particular time of day. Nausea in early pregnancy is likely to be the result of the increase in circulating hormones and may occur at any time of day, but morning is the most common time.
3-Cramping& Spotting during pregnancy
After conception, the fertilized egg attaches itself to the wall of the uterus. This can cause one of the Earliest Signs of Pregnancy -- spotting and, sometimes, cramping. That's called implantation bleeding. It occurs anywhere from six to 12 days after the egg is fertilized. The cramps resemble menstrual cramps, so some women mistake them and the bleeding for the start of their period. The bleeding and cramps, however, are slight. Besides bleeding, a woman may notice a white, milky discharge from her vagina.
That's related to the thickening of the vagina's walls, which starts almost immediately after conception. The increased growth of cells lining the vagina causes the discharge. This discharge, which can continue throughout pregnancy, is typically harmless and doesn't require treatment. But if there is a bad smell related to the discharge or a burning and itching sensation, tell your doctor so they can check on whether you have a yeast or bacterial infection.
4-Changes in your breasts (Sore breasts)
Your breasts might grow larger and feel tender or highly sensitive. The veins on your breasts may become more noticeable and your areola (nipples) may darken. and You may notice that your breasts are:
Breast pain or discomfort can be troubling in the early signs of pregnancy, but once your hormones begin to settle down you can expect most of these symptoms to resolve
Smell sensitivity is a Symptom of Pregnancy that is mostly self-reported. There’s little scientific evidence about smell sensitivity during the first trimester. But it may be important, and It’s a well-known fact that women may experience a change in their taste preferences when pregnant. They may develop an aversion to foods that they previously loved, while simultaneously craving foods that they used to hate. According to the NHS, pregnant women may also notice an increase in the strength of their senses, particularly of smell.