The pregnancy test is the best way to understand whether you are pregnant or not. But if you expect to get pregnant, there are some early symptoms of pregnancy that you should not ignore.
Although symptoms can vary from person to person according to their physical fitness, there are some symptoms of pregnancy which are very common in every pregnant woman. If you’re careful, active and smart, you will able to find out about your pregnancy in time.
Following are the early symptoms of pregnancy if you find any such signs, consider taking an appointment with a gynaecologist.
Your periods will stop
For women, periods or menstruation has always been a monthly trend. If there is a delay or your period stopped suddenly, it can be early symptoms of pregnancy. If your menstrual cycle is normal and you have regular sex, you may still get pregnant even if you take birth control pills or take other contraceptive measures.
A change of appetite
Some women begin to experience appetite changes shortly after the periods (1–2 weeks).
You usually like to eat, and suddenly you don’t like it. You have no appetites for the food you tasted before. Some people feel like vomiting and don’t want to eat anything. If your desire for eating sour things suddenly increases, it is the indication that you are pregnant. Usually, after half a month to a month, these symptoms will naturally disappear.
During the early stage of pregnancy, the breasts will grow and will become large and heavy. The process of breast growth will last throughout your pregnancy. You will see changes in the size and colour of areola and nipple.
Peeing more often is the most common early symptoms of pregnancy. Frequent urination during pregnancy is a natural phenomenon, and there is no need for treatment.
Lack of energy
During the early stage of pregnancy, many women feel tired, have no strength, and feel like sleeping. However, these symptoms will not last for a too long time. The gynaecologist is the perfect person to determine whether you are pregnant or not. He will use different diagnostic tools. For example, the urine test is most common.