Pregnancy Symptoms, the earliest way to know for sure is through a blood test. Four days after fertilization, the egg starts producing a hormone called hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), can be detected in your blood and, a few days later, in a urine sample. Some women see the symptoms even before they do the pregnancy test. Although not conclusive, but you definitely have to do the pregnancy test if you experience any of the signs of pregnancy following:

1. Stains on the briefs: Every now and then and sometimes mixed with dirt yellowish, small amounts of bleeding may occur when the developing egg implants itself in your uterine wall.

2. Breast tense: Many women report increased sensitivity, fullness, or weight in their breasts in a few days. Within two weeks after conception, the areola (pink or brown skin surrounding the nipple) will begin to enlarge.

3. Bloating: Many women are wrong for thinking this is a sign of pregnancy symptoms of PMS.

4. Nausea: Do not think of it as "morning sickness," as nausea can strike at any time day or night. Nausea feels like it might be a little seasick or full stomach.

5. Fatigue: You can not stay awake at work? If you feel tired even after a good night's sleep, your body probably is facing changes in early pregnancy.

6. Many of urination: Frequency you to the bathroom would be more than usual, a symptom that will be repeated again during the last trimester of your pregnancy.

7. Stretching the pelvic ligaments: During normal pregnancy, the uterus will grow to about 1,000 times the size of the pre-pregnant (imagine a pear turned into a basketball). Some pregnant women feel their pelvic ligaments stretching occurs to make room for growth.

8. Food cravings: If you suddenly find yourself starving and want to eat citrus fruits, red meat (even if you are a vegetarian), or potato chips. Fetal development requires additional vitamin C, iron, and salt.


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