12 Very Early Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy

12 Very Early Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy
Looking for early pregnancy symptoms? You've come to the right place.

These 12 very early symptoms of pregnancy are the main early pregnancy symptoms. But each pregnancy is unique. So the earliest, first month pregnancy symptoms can be different for each woman with each pregnancy.

Plus, you may have many of the early pregnancy symptoms or only two. And sometimes women just know they're pregnant with no other symptoms of pregnancy.

12 Very Early Symptoms of Pregnancy

1. Breast tenderness – As soon as you get pregnant, hormones begin preparing your body for breastfeeding. Swollen, somewhat sore breasts, which may include extra sensitive nipples, are often the earliest of the early pregnancy symptoms.

2. Darker colored areolas – In addition to breast tenderness, you may notice the area around your nipples darkening in color, occasionally accompanied by tingling.

3. Implantation bleeding – This is one of the lesser-known very early symptoms of pregnancy. When the fertilized egg implants on the uterus wall, some women notice light spotting three to six days after ovulation.

4. Nausea or heartburn – Queasiness, sensitivity to foods and smells, nausea or even vomiting may begin one to four weeks into pregnancy. Although it's called morning sickness, it can happen any time of day or night during the first trimester. Eating smaller, more frequent meals can help.

5. Higher body temperature – Elevated basal body temperature is a common early symptom of pregnancy. Take your temperature and see if it's higher than normal.

6. Missed or very light period – It's possible to not have any of the other early pregnancy symptoms until after your first missed (or very light) period.

7. Frequent urination – Uterus swelling puts extra pressure on your bladder. This lasts for the entire nine months and can even increase during the last trimester.

8. Tiredness – Fatigue can help remind you to get extra rest, eat super healthy foods and take high quality whole food nutritional supplements.

9. Constipation and indigestion – As the uterus swells, it pushes against your stomach and intestines. Eat smaller, more frequent meals. Drink plenty of water. And eat lots of fruits, vegetables and whole grains from the list of high fiber foods with fiber content.

10. Dizziness – A drop in blood sugar or blood pressure or both can cause you to feel light-headed or even faint. Eating frequent, healthy mini-meals can help.

11. A Positive Pregnancy Test – A good home pregnancy test can give you the scientific proof of pregnancy. Wait at least two or three days after your first miss period. If the results are negative, you can take the test again in a few days.

12. Mood Swings – Hormonal changes can take you on a roller coaster ride. Good quality whole food supplements and fish oil capsules have been shown to help balance hormones, improve moods, contribute to a smart, healthy, well-developed baby and dramatically reduce your risk of postpartum depression.

If you're trying to get pregnant or think you might be pregnant, go to Pictures of Pregnancy Stages for inspiration, motivation and to find out more.

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