Knowing you’re pregnant is one of the most astonishing feeling in the world and there’s no better news a woman would ever hear. Even if you may be a little confused or baffled in the beginning, pregnancy is such wonderful blessing that will change your life entirely, but for all the good reasons.
There are many symptoms of pregnancy that make it easy for a woman to know she’s in a family way, and it is also important to carefully note the early symptoms of pregnancy so you can take better care of yourself from the very start. Below are a few early pregnancy symptoms that cannot be overlooked:
1. Missed Periods
One of the most important symptoms of pregnancy is a missed period. If you’ve been sexually active during your ovulation days and really missed your period and are not mistaken, chances are you’re pregnant already.
2. Tender, Swollen Breasts
Although it is not unusual to have tender and swollen breasts, but if it is happening when you’ve missed your period too, you might be pregnant. The breasts might get painful and sore, just how they are during puberty. You may also feel tingling and prickling pain on the nipples. It is a sign your body is going through some tremendous change.
3. Nausea And Vomiting
Nausea and giddiness are usual in pregnancy, although it may or may not be accompanied by vomiting. Morning sickness, although can happen any time during the day, is one of the very common pregnancy symptoms before missed period.
4. Frequent Urination
If you’re rushing to the washroom more often and urinating more frequently, chances are your uterus is expanding and leaving less room for your bladder. This is also one of the common symptoms of early pregnancy.
5.Fatigue And Low Energy
Low energy levels and fatigue are the symptoms you may not really notice but are there from the very start. Right after the conception, the body loses a high amount of energy and starts feeling low and tired thereafter. This happens because your body has started getting ready to support your baby and your body’s energy is being utilized in baby’s growth.
6.Change in Vagina
A change you may not notice very commonly, but the pinkish vagina and vulva start turning purplish in colour soon after you conceive. This happens due to increased supply of blood to these tissues to prepare the tissues and muscles for childbirth.