Symptoms of Pregnancy: First Trimester

Am I pregnant? The uncertainty is reason enough to spend the night in sailing, but if you pay attention to your body signals you can find the answer you are looking for.

Symptoms of Pregnancy First Trimester

These are the most common symptoms in the first trimester of pregnancy:

1. Lack of menstruation

Amenorrhea, or absence of menstruation, is the first sign of pregnancy for many women. If you are regular and have periods of 28 days, this can be a very clear signal. But if delays are common in your menstrual calendar, look for other symptoms that confirm your suspicions.

Remember that stress, drugs and drastic changes in your diet can also affect your menstrual cycle. Before declaring pregnant, analyzes other factors in your life.

2. Nausea

Unlike the common stomach upset, nausea caused by pregnancy appear without any reason, are accompanied by a slight dizziness, usually not related to stomach or intestinal pain, and persist for several days.

They frequently occur in the morning, but the nausea you may at any time and last any time range: since a loss to the whole day. The good news is that in most women this symptom disappears after the first trimester of pregnancy.

The cause of the nausea is not known for certain, although they seem to be linked to hormonal surges, especially the progesterone, which causes your stomach longer in empty. In addition, during pregnancy your blood pressure decreases, which can also contribute to dizziness.

3. Changes in your breasts

During the first weeks of pregnancy your breasts may increase in size, be more sensitive or slightly hurt. In addition, your areola (dark circles surrounding the nipple) become enlarged and darken. Small eruptions, which look like tiny pimples on your nipples may also be.

Some women notice changes in size and sensitivity of the breasts due to your menstrual cycle. The key to distinguishing these symptoms in pregnancy is the variation of what you consider “normal” for you.

4. Changes in your mood

Do you feel you’re going from happy to sad in five seconds? These quick and inexplicable changes of mood are not coincidence, but another possible symptom of pregnancy.

The “pregnancy hormone” calls are actually responsible for this and many of the settings in your body. During your nine months of waiting will hear frequently your physician refer to your levels of estrogen, progesterone, hormone chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG), melanocyte, relaxin, oxytocin, endorphin and many other hormones that Act during your pregnancy.

5. Whims or repulsion toward food

In theory, a craving is the way in which your body expresses the need of some nutrient in particular. This may be a simple failure of power, and that your only desire is to eat carbohydrates that you can quickly process. However, your emotional needs can also interfere with, and so you end up with an irresistible craving for eating chocolate.

Due to hormonal changes and the sense of smell, which tends to be more acute in pregnant women, you can also try repulsion by food and odors.

6. Fatigue

Unlike the fatigue you feel after a day of hard work, when you’re pregnant, fatigue is extreme. After all, form a little person inside your body is not easy work! Also contributing factors such as high levels of progesterone and decrease your blood pressure.

The fatigue caused by a pregnancy can occur from a week after conception. Fortunately, for most women this symptom improvement in the second quarter. Meanwhile you’ll need more sleep and better choose the food you eat, to ensure that you have the nutrients required for optimal pregnancy. Consume foods rich in iron and protein can help with your energy needs.

7. Vaginal bleeding minor

Soon after conception can experience a faint pain in ovaries, and slight bleeding caused by implantation of an egg fertilized in the womb.

The bleeding is very light and pink or light brown tone. Note well that is this appearance. Many women tend to confuse this bleeding with the beginning of your period, since there may be between one and two weeks after conception, date that coincides with your regular menstruation.

8. It confirms your suspicions

All of these symptoms occur during pregnancy, but remember that other conditions can cause similar symptoms. If it is possible that you are pregnant, confirms your suspicions by taking a pregnancy test, whether it is home or laboratory.

 

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