Do you find yourself feeling like something is not right with your body? Perhaps, you’ve noticed a change in the size of your breasts or a bit of tenderness. Are your stomachs upset at times when there’s an unusual smell? Do people look at you oddly in public as you’re going to the bathroom too often? Are you experiencing unusual pains and aches that may be unrelated to activities or specific situations/activities? Do you have unexpected menstrual bleeding and are late this month getting your period?
It is true that pregnancy can occur at the time, but it is important to confirm the news by following a pregnancy test. A woman develops different symptoms of being pregnant during early pregnancy. The experience of being pregnant also differs from woman to woman.
Spotting or light bleeding is a sign of early pregnancy, but it can be difficult to detect over your monthly period. If you experience light flow during your normal menstrual periods it can more difficult to tell the difference. The reason behind spotting is because of implantation and the fertilization process which takes place before and after it actually comes to exist. During some cases, bleeding and/or spotting is an inverted sign of conception too. A pregnant women may not know about her pregnancy due to her minor flow.
In the early stages of pregnancy, frequent urination is a common side effect. This symptom won’t go away immediately after the first week of conception. A pregnant woman will have to deal with this problem until the end of her pregnancy because complications can happen during any stage of gestation.
Irritability is a major sign of pregnancy that many people dread. This is the result of sudden hormone changes in the body. Most women become irritable due to bathroom trips, nausea, or heartburn, which can be enough to send anyone over the edge! How can anyone feel good when someone is grumpy at them in such a situation?
To say you would be happy is an understatement but you will be ecstatic to know that the mood swings and irritability that during the first few months of pregnancy can begin to ease off after the second trimester has begun. One of the major contributing factors to this is the woman’s body being able to adjust with changes in hormones and even though she might still experience some hormonal surges, it won’t be nearly as strong as earlier on when her body went through a lot of radical changes.
Some common pregnancy symptoms may seem very challenging to deal with, but some can wait – like developing patience where required. Remember, you are only pregnant for nine months – which is not a long time at all!