The first signs of pregnancy for each woman are completely individual, but, of course, the most basic sign is disruptions in the menstrual cycle.
It is considered very important to determine the signs of pregnancy, since each symptom can be not only a symptom of pregnancy, but may also be a sign of the disease. Usually, in expectant mothers, the first signs appear already a week after conception, and in some, they do not appear at all.
Here are some signs of pregnancy that are most common:
Implantation bleeding is the earliest symptom for many. It appears a week after conception. For many, this process takes place with elements of bleeding and spasm.
– violation or delay of the menstrual cycle – the most common and familiar sign of pregnancy, forcing a woman to buy a pregnancy test.
– excessive weight loss or gain, constant fatigue, hormonal imbalance, constant stress,
– increased sensitivity and swelling of the breast – a sign of pregnancy, which appears after 1-2 weeks of conception.
– apathy and fatigue – this symptom begins to appear already a week after conception.
Here are the later signs of pregnancy:
– toxicosis and nausea, as in case of poisoning – a well-known symptom of all pregnant women, usually begins from the 3rd week of conception. About 30% of women throughout pregnancy do not experience nausea at all, and some suffer from toxicosis to the end.
– lower back pain – occurs early and accompanies the entire pregnancy.
– migraine or headache – may appear due to a sharp increase in hormone levels.
– frequent urination – a week and a half after conception, a woman begins to feel that she wants to go to the toilet more often than usual.
– darkening of the halo of the breast – darkening of the skin of the halo in many cases indicates pregnancy, unless the woman has an imbalance.
– Excessive cravings for certain foods and an increase in appetite – it is not at all necessary that the expectant mother will want pickles, she may just want any particular product. Usually this symptom appears 1-2 weeks after conception and accompanies the entire pregnancy.
Other health conditions that can be mistaken for signs of pregnancy: poisoning, stress, gastrointestinal disease.