10. Aversion to food
9. Mood Swings
8. Abdominal distension
7. frequent urination
5. Softness and swelling of the breasts
3. Absence of the session
2. High body temperature
1. Positive home pregnancy test
-10. Aversion to food
If you are newly pregnant, it is fashionable to feel annoyed by the smell of pancakes or a cup of coffee, although no one knows for sure why, but this may be a side effect of increasing amounts of estrogen in your system. You may also find that some of your favorite foods are suddenly disgusting to you.
9. Mood swings
It is common for the mood to be volatile during pregnancy, in part because of hormonal changes that affect the levels of neurotransmitters. Every woman responds differently to these changes, while some women, especially mothers, have the experience to adapt, but others feel more depressed or anxious.
– 8 flatulence
Hormonal changes in early pregnancy may cause bloating, as with some women before the course. This is why you feel warmer than your usual waistline.
7 – Frequent urination
Shortly after conception, as a result of hormonal changes, an increase in blood flow to the kidneys occurs. Causing the bladder to fill more quickly, so you need to urinate more. These symptoms may start as early as six weeks to the first three months.
The feeling of stress suddenly. No one knows for certain what the relationship between stress and pregnancy is but it is possible that rapidly increasing levels of progesterone contribute to it.
Of course, morning sickness, and waking up to urinate frequently during the night can contribute to the feeling of stress.
– 5. Softness and swelling of the breasts
One of the early signs of pregnancy is that the breasts are more sensitive as well as mastitis and this results from higher levels of hormones. You may also feel pain and swelling in the breast that is similar to your premenstrual but more severe. But discomfort will be greatly reduced after the first trimester, as your body adapts to hormonal changes.
For some women, morning sickness occurs only after about a month of pregnancy, although for other women it may start after two or three weeks of pregnancy. Not only in the morning, pregnancy-related nausea (with or without vomiting) can occur in the morning, at noon or at night.
About half of pregnant women lose their sense of nausea altogether from the beginning of the fourth month of pregnancy. For most others it takes another month or so for them to lose their nausea. A lucky few never feel it.
3. Absence of the course
If your course is regular and occurs on time, you can do a pregnancy test before observing any of the symptoms listed above. But if you are on a regular course or you do not follow your cycle, nausea, breast tenderness and frequent urination may be a sign of pregnancy before you know that your period does not occur.
– 2. High body temperature
If you follow your body temperature and find that your temperature is high and stay for 18 days in one direction, you may be pregnant.
1. Positive home pregnancy test
Despite what you have read on the can, many home pregnancy tests are not sensitive enough to detect pregnancy reliably until about a week after the absence of the course. If you had a test earlier and had a negative result, you should try again in a few days.