Might be pregnant 토토사이트. How will you know?

Are you pregnant?

Maybe your period is a day or two late, or maybe

it’s just a gut feeling you have, but you think you

might be pregnant. How will you know? A big

clue, obviously, is if you miss your period. But

you may experience certain signs and symptoms

even before then. A home pregnancy test can

give you a more reliable answer, when used

according to directions 먹튀.

Early symptoms For some women, early signs

and symptoms of pregnancy begin in the first

few weeks after conception. Don’t get too hung

up on early symptoms, though. Some can

indicate that you’re getting sick or that your

period is about to start. Likewise, you can be

pregnant without experiencing any of these

symptoms.

Tender, swollen breasts Your breasts may

provide one of the first symptoms of pregnancy.

As early as two weeks after conception,

hormonal changes can make your breasts tender,

tingly or sore. They may also feel fuller and

heavier.

Fatigue Fatigue also ranks high among early

symptoms of pregnancy. During early

pregnancy, soaring levels of the hormone

progesterone can cause you to feel unusually

tired.

Slight bleeding or cramping Sometimes a

small amount of spotting or vaginal bleeding is

one of the first symptoms of pregnancy. Known

as implantation bleeding, it happens when the

fertilized egg attaches to the lining of the uterus,

usually about 10 to 14 days after fertilization.

This type of bleeding is usually a bit earlier,

spottier and lighter in color than a normal period

and doesn’t last as long. Some women also

experience abdominal cramping early in

pregnancy that’s similar to menstrual cramping.

Nausea with or without vomiting Morning

sickness, which can strike at any time of the day

or night, is one of the classic symptoms of

pregnancy. For some women, the queasiness

begins very early - two to three weeks after

conception. Pregnant women also have a

heightened sense of smell, so various odors -

such as foods cooking, perfume or cigarette

smoke - may cause waves of nausea in early

pregnancy.

Increased urination You may find yourself

urinating more often. Early in pregnancy, this is

due to an increase in blood volume, meaning

more fluid going through your kidneys to your

bladder.

Food aversions or cravings You might find

yourself turning up your nose at certain foods,

such as coffee or fried foods. Food cravings are

common, too. Like many other symptoms, they

most likely can be chalked up to hormonal

changes.

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