Once you are pregnant, you will stop having monthly periods until a few weeks after your baby is born. This is one of the first signs of pregnancy many women notice.
Some of your favorite foods may suddenly taste bad, while others you normally don’t like become appealing. Pregnancy triggers hormonal changes that may affect your taste buds.
Hormonal fluctuations caused by pregnancy may cause you to become more emotional than usual.
Early pregnancy may be accompanied by internal abdominal bleeding and pain in some women.
As your growing uterus puts pressure on your bladder, you may find yourself needing more trips to the restroom than usual.
Early pregnancy can cause you to feel more tired. You may need to sleep longer at night or take naps during the day.
During early pregnancy, your breasts may feel fuller and heavier, and your areolas may become darker.
Some women experience light spotting and even mild cramps about 1-2 weeks after conception.
So-called “morning sickness” can actually happen any time of day and usually appears about a month after conception.
If your body temperature stays elevated for more than two weeks, it could be a sign of early pregnancy.
If you’ve recently had sex and you’re experiencing one or more of these pregnancy symptoms, contact Heart to Heart to schedule a free pregnancy test.
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