Pregnancy Symptoms

Pregnancy tests can give an accurate indication of pregnancy. However, there are also signs and symptoms of pregnancy which can be good indicators. This infographics covers the most common and well known symptoms
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Top Pregnancy Symptoms Swollen Breasts Within two weeks of conception, the breasts begin to change their composition to prepare for the child. Frequent Urination You can visit bathroom more during weeks 6-8 after conception. Craving for Food You might feel craving (or aversion) for certain foods and can last until you give birth. Elevated Basal Body Temperature An elevation in you basal body temperature beyond the expected menstrual period is an early sign of pregnancy. Fatigue Feeling Tired If you feel as if you are tired, even if you seem to be getting enough sleep, this could be an early indication of pregnancy. Lower Back Pain Backache with soreness, stiffness, and pain generally starts early and gets worse until you give birth. Implantation Bleeding The slight bleeding you may experience when the embryo first implants itself into the uterus. This can happen between six and twelve days after the conception occurs. Generally, it does not last long, usually no more than a day or less. Headaches An elevation in your basal body temperature beyond the expected menstrual period is an early sign of pregnancy. Mood Swings and Stress You can experience feelings of heightened emotions or crying spells due to changes in your hormone levels. Morning Sickness Between the first tow and eight weeks of pregnancy, you may notice a feeling of or you may feel as if you are just getting sick. Missed Menstruation Period If you do have a regular cycle, this could be one of the first symptoms of being pregnant.