Early Pregnancy Symptoms

Some very early pregnancy symptoms come quite early, even before you miss your period. In this article, you will learn about what to look for in your body if you think you could be pregnant.
Early pregnancy symptoms can be difficult to pin because they are very similar to the symptoms of PMS. You might just think that what you are feeling is normal and means that your period is on it's way.
Not so fast! Many women appear to have a "gut instinct" that tells them that something is different. If you think that your body is trying to tell you something, it may be worth paying attention to.
One of the earliest symptoms of pregnancy is fatigue. Sudden, unusual exhaustion and feeling fatigued at points in the day when you should have energy are all symptoms that some women experience. The fatigue that comes with pregnancy is a result of the pregnancy hormones and their effect on your body. Fatigue can show up almost as soon as you become pregnant.
The next common early pregnancy symptom that you may experience is tender, sore breasts. If you have already had a baby, this can be a more obvious symptom and you may even notice your breasts swelling fairly early on in your pregnancy.
Morning sickness is another early pregnancy symptom and the one that seems to get the most attention. Like everything else in pregnancy, morning sickness varies from woman to woman and pregnancy to pregnancy. Morning sickness can be anything from slight nausea to vomiting and does not just happen in the mornings, despite the name. Many women find that their morning sickness is triggered by smells, including the smells of some food.
OF course, the most obvious early pregnancy symptom is a missed period. If you have any of the symptoms above and your period is late, it may be time to take a home pregnancy test or make an appointment with your doctor.
For more information on early pregnancy symptoms, see Stage of Pregnancy or check out the articles on early pregnancy at Pregnancy IQ - Articles for Expecting Mom's!
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