Pregnancy symptoms first days
Today in online pregnancy test
we will discuss pregnancy symptoms in the first days
that women feel when they are pregnant and that makes us suspect a possible pregnancy.
The first symptoms of pregnancy are confused with premenstrual syndrome: sensitive breasts, tiredness and sleepiness, increased vaginal secretion, olfactory sensitivity, ...
The most important symptom of pregnancy
The most important symptom, and one that, with very specific exceptions, is a symptom of pregnancy is the amenorrhea
or absence of menstruation. As we already know, menstruation is the last part of the menstrual cycle and consists of the blood flow coming from the uterus during some days of each month, when the egg that has not been fertilized is expelled from the woman's body.
When this last phase of the menstrual cycle does not occur, it is a consequence that the egg has been fertilized, at this time, the period stops because there is nothing to expel.
After about 15 days of the absence of menstruation is the time of buy a pregnancy test
or you can also try our online test for know if I am pregnant
Although any blood loss during the first trimester or the rest of the pregnancy may be a sign of a serious problem, and you should see a doctor, but there are times when a small amount of bleeding may occur due to the implantation of the fertilized egg to the uterine wall and it is a darker and less abundant flow than a normal menstruation.
Keep in mind that not only pregnancy can cause the withdrawal or delays of the rule other factors such as stress, certain medication, changes in eating behavior ... could be in your case a pathological amenorrhea, not indicative of pregnancy. Therefore, you should be attentive to other symptoms of pregnancy or take a pregnancy test.
We continue with other symptoms that, although they tend to occur in a high percentage of women, do not always manifest themselves. Keep in mind that every woman, every pregnancy and every birth is unique.
From the first moment, the breasts begin to prepare for breastfeeding. Normally, from the fourth or sixth week, the breasts begin to enlarge, blood flow increases due to the hormonal change, and the breasts become more sensitive. As the skin stretches, this growth also causes discomfort such as itching. It can also cause heaviness and pain that is slightly more intense than that felt during menstruation.
The discharge or leucorrhea, whitish in color and odorless, although similar to that generated without being pregnant, is more abundant as the pregnancy progresses. This is due to placental hormones and the generation of the mucus plug that will protect the uterus from possible infections until the end of pregnancy.
Sleep and fatigue:
A very common symptom throughout pregnancy is tiredness and sleepiness. This is because it is your body and, therefore, you that supports the growth and development of the baby. One way to combat this symptom is to rest as much as you can, eat a balanced diet and take vitamins that your gynecologist will recommend.
Nausea, vomiting, dizziness:
One of the first symptoms that make you wonder if you are pregnant is nausea. Generally, it usually disappears towards the end of the first trimester, although in some cases it can last throughout the pregnancy and, in other cases, it can be caused by hormonal changes, increased sensitivity of the sense of smell and excess stomach acid.
Hormonal changes, increased sensitivity of the sense of smell and excess stomach acid are some of the factors that contribute to nausea in pregnant women.
To combat this symptom, it is usually recommended to eat meals in small proportions and at frequent intervals.
At the moment ovulation occurs, there is a significant drop in basal temperature of almost half a degree and then rise almost a degree just after ovulation which is maintained during the following days and then fall and normalize when approaching the time of menstruation. If this temperature, close to 37 degrees, does not drop at the end of the cycle and you do not get your period, it is sign of pregnancy
and it is considered that there is a high probability of pregnancy
Do not forget to discuss all your symptoms with your gynecologist, he is the only one who can guide you correctly and who will tell you if your symptoms are normal or if there is something out of the ordinary that needs to be treated.
And don't forget to take a pregnancy test if you have one or more symptoms to find out for sure!
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