|First Symptoms of Pregnancy|
|Posted June 19, 2013 in Blog - News|
|Written by Administrator|
There are women who immediately know that they are pregnant with the changes they experience in their body. These women know instinctively. There is also other woman who still finds it hard to determine whether or not they are pregnant or not. Early pregnancy symptoms are experienced by most women. However, some of these women miss to associate these changes with pregnancy.
Missing Menstrual Period
The first and most obvious early symptom of pregnancy is missing a menstrual cycle. However, missing a menstrual cycle does not always mean you are pregnant. There are other reasons why women miss a menstrual cycle. There are other women who still experience spotting during the early months of pregnancy, while there are others who feel cramps as their uterus increases in size.
Another early symptom for pregnancy is the change of breast size. You may notice that your breast feel fuller compared to its size before your period. You will feel your breast will be more tingly and tender. Before your menstrual cycle, your nipples are the only portion that is tingly, during pregnancy; your entire breast will feel tingly and tender. Your nipples and areola will become darker later on. These sensations in the breast will soon end after the first trimester.
The energy reserves of your body will be directed to the changes that will occur during pregnancy, which is why fatigue is another early symptom of pregnancy. You will have less stamina, and you will feel like you want to take a break all the time. The best way to remedy this fatigue is by taking a rest as much as you can and by having a healthy diet. After the end of the first trimester, you will regain your energy.
Another familiar early symptom for pregnancy is the morning sickness. Even though it is called “morning sickness” this symptom will still affect you any time of the day. You may feel nauseated and you may vomit a number of times a day. This is a symptom called “morning sickness.”
As your uterus grow bigger, your bladder will get the pressure causing you to urinate more. There will also be hormones that will be excreted more during pregnancy which will cause you to urinate more and even make you constipated. But with the proper diet, you can easily remedy these constipations.
Hypersensitive to Smell
You will become hypersensitive to smell during pregnancy. Some of the smell you may smell may cause nausea. You will feel nauseated even as you smell odors that used to be fragrant to you. Even women who likes to drink coffee or smoke will find these smell nauseating. It would be best to avoid this smell to avoid nausea.
Aversion to Food and Beverage
The last early symptom for pregnancy is your aversion to certain food and drinks as you crave for certain food and beverages. Every woman will have their own unique aversions. These aversions will also be unique even from prior pregnancies.