70 early signs of pregnancy

70 Early Signs of Pregnancy Cramping you should note:No one said that the most difficult thing about pregnancy is to give up bubble baths and sushi for nine months. We all know that carrying a baby can come with all kinds of annoying symptoms, such as bloating and back pain. And although there are some good things that tend to happen when they are pregnant – the elusive glow! thick hair! no period! – there are more discomforts than joy, especially due to raging hormones, increased blood flow and weight gain.

Like most things in life, the pregnancy symptoms vary from person to person. There are a few happy mothers who are sweating through the pregnancy with a minor discomfort or two. Many of us are plagued by a lot of strange body changes that are somewhat freaky but generally manageable. And some have to deal with at least one particularly nagging thing that makes it almost impossible to function (hello to severe morning sickness and sciatica!).

Some of these symptoms are notorious (such as fatigue and cravings), but others are there that we do not always hear (vision differences, and what about that discharge? Whoa!).

It is important for expectant mothers to keep an eye on their doctor about any symptoms they have. There are many that are just as good for the pregnancy course – such as swelling – but it can also be a sign of a complication, so monitoring the situation is the key.

70 Early Signs of Pregnancy Cramping

Read the most common physical changes that can occur during pregnancy. And stay in there – everything is worth it when baby arrives!

Sore or Tender Breasts

Sore or Tender Breasts

One of the most common signs of pregnancy in early pregnancy is breasts that feel painful or soft. Yes, the body can prepare for breastfeeding after a week or two after conception, before she even misses her period. But some mothers do not necessarily have to notice this, because PMS breasts can feel similar.

Mood swings

Crying at cheap commercials. Suddenly lashing out to a husband for something silly. Pregnant woman who is moody is not a stereotype – it is often a reality. Pregnancy mood swings are usually attributed to the hormonal changes that are going on during the making of a baby, but stress, fatigue and dealing with a number of other symptoms can certainly also make a clumsy mother.

Implantation Cramps
Implantation Bleeding

Super-fast biology lesson: once a human egg has been fertilized, it must implant itself into the mother’s uterine wall, where it will hang around and continue to grow and develop for the rest of the pregnancy. When the implant – about six to 12 days after fertilization – it can cause mild cramps that last for a day or two.

Implantation Bleeding
Implantation Cramps

Implantation can also cause light spots. This is a perfectly normal pregnancy symptom and is often regarded as the first sign of pregnancy – but many pregnant women do not experience it or do not notice it.

Nausea

Nausea

When we are pregnant, nausea may strike at any time of the day, usually starting about two to eight weeks after conception and ending around the end of the first trimester. That is a long time to feel nauseous, let alone to puke our guts.

Fatigue

Fatigue

Who can blame a future mother for feeling exhausted? Making a small person takes a lot of energy! Early in pregnancy, fatigue is probably caused by those hard-on-work hormones. Late in pregnancy, hormones are also a factor; plus a woman who is extra heavy and has trouble sleeping at night.

Increased sense of smell

Heightened Sense of Smell

It is not certain why the sense of smell of some women is emphasized extra during pregnancy, but it is likely that it is related to hormones (like most other symptoms) and nausea. Suddenly the perfume of a colleague or the dinner of a neighbor seems extra smelly.

Diet aversions

diet aversions

Going hand in hand with nausea and a ridiculously sensitive sense of smell are food aversions. This is where a woman is disgusted by food she is normally good at, sometimes even a few of her favorites. Some experts theorize that this is an evolutionary trait that protects the mother and the fetus from eating something that is potentially harmful. Whatever the reason, some mothers have food aversion only in the first trimester and others have rejections that linger long after the pregnancy.

Cravings
craving

On the other hand, there are pregnancy disorders. Stereotypes are ice cream and pickles, but women can crave a variety of foods, from jalapeƱos to pineapples, liver and onions. The cravings are par for the pregnancy course, as long as mama-to-be does not find things craving that are not food. In that case, it is a medical condition called pica, and she must immediately tell her doctor.

Dizziness
Dizziness

Hormones cause the blood vessels of a pregnant woman to relax, increasing blood flow to her baby, but blood pressure drops, which can temporarily cause dizziness or weakness.

Runny nose or stuffy nose

Runny nose or stuffy nose

Of course it can be a cold, but sometimes pregnant women get anxiety or running noses just because they are pregnant. There is even a name for the phenomenon: pregnancy sickness. Chalk it up to that increased blood volume, causing the nasal mucous membranes to swell.

Frequent urination
Frequent Urination

Early in the pregnancy, an increased blood volume causes the kidneys to absorb extra fluids, causing a woman to urinate more than usual. Later in the pregnancy, the growing baby puts pressure on the bladder, reducing the ability to expand and causing additional trips to the bathroom.

Vaginal discharge
Vaginal discharge

That skinny, milky secretion has a name: leukorrhea. And some women are shocked by how much of their body produces during pregnancy.It is important to let a doctor know if the discharge is green or yellow or comes with itching or redness; these are signs of infection.

Bloated feeling
Bloating feeling

Usually bloating can be one of the earliest pregnancy symptoms. Just another nice side effect of those new pregnancy hormones.

Backache
Backache

It is no wonder that a pregnant woman gets back pain: our center of gravity changes and influences our attitude. Hormones make ligaments and joints more relaxed. And we arrive by the week!

Nosebleeds

nosebleeds
Nasal cavities can become extra dry during pregnancy and the blood vessels are more prone to breakage, and cause a number of pretty nose bleeds. We recommend using a humidifier and gently wiping and blowing it.

Constipation

Constipation
The digestive system of some women slows down as their levels of pregnancy hormone increase. In addition, taking vitamins with iron can cause constipation. Eating high-fiber foods, drinking a lot of water and getting a lot of physical activity can help to get things moving and keep them moving.

Hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoids

As if constipation was not bad enough, all tensions on the toilet can cause uncomfortable (and even painful) hemorrhoids. These swollen rectal veins can also be the result of all the pressure that the baby-in-progress puts on the lower half of mommy. Clearing out constipation problems can certainly help, just like OTC drugs and a nice bath in sitz bath.

Hair changes

Hair changes

Have you ever noticed how many pregnant women seem to have a thicker, healthier hair? This is one of the few benefits of pregnancy! Hair usually falls away gradually, but during pregnancy high levels of estrogen cause hair to linger longer, so there are actually more at the same time. The bad news is that after the pregnancy the body will have an adjustment period in which many women notice that their hair is much more than normal.

Some women swear their hair texture changes completely during or after pregnancy: straight to wavy, tame or frizzy or even curled to straight.

Unusual hair growth

Chin, back and even … ass … are just a few of the weird places that women have told us they suddenly started to grow during pregnancy. Tell the hormones!

Excessive sweat

Excessive sweat

Hormone bursts, increased circulation and racemetabolism can give a pregnant woman a warm feeling. Can someone blame her body for trying to cool her with a lot of dripping sweat?

Visible veins

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Some pregnant women notice that their veins are so dark, they can see them through the skin. Those veins carry extra blood through the body, so it’s no wonder they become so prominent. At least it is easy for the nurse to find a vein for blood tests!

Feeling Hot
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As we said before (with sweating), it is normal to feel warm during pregnancy. But it is important that a pregnant woman makes an effort to continue to be well hydrated and to keep cooling as much as possible (switching on the air conditioner!), As overheating can be harmful to babies in early pregnancy. Later in pregnancy, dehydration can cause premature delivery.

Round pain of the ligament
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Some pregnant women are surprised to find all stretching while the baby is growing, can even hurt. The round ligament, supported by the uterus, makes a lot of stretching, which can cause discomfort in the abdomen and even in the groin. Ouch.

Leaking urine
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As the baby grows and the belly of his mother comes into the crowd, she may notice that she pee a little when she coughs or sneezes. We would like to see this clear after the pregnancy.

Excess slobber
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Here is an unexpected! Increased levels of pregnancy hormone can also lead to an increase in saliva production, giving some mothers the same feeling as the family dog. Some think it helps (at least temporarily) to chew chewing gum, suck ice and … um … spit a lot.

Sensitive or bleeding gums
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Expectant women everywhere have extra blood – even their gums – so that swelling or bleeding gums is common during pregnancy. Women with sensitive gums may want to switch to a toothbrush with soft hair. And every future mother should adhere to regular dental checks.

Acne
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Looking back at the teenage years! The skin of a pregnant woman can break out due to hormonal changes. Medications for acne should be disposed of before use with the doctor of a pregnant woman.

Nipple changes
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Whoa! The nipples of a pregnant woman can become larger and darker. It is probably due to hormones – and some people believe it is to make it easier for a newborn to recognize those first breastfeeding sessions.

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Pregnancy Brain
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Over the years, several studies have convinced women to become more forgetful during pregnancy and ‘proven’. But whether science says it is true, it is certainly normal to be more absent. From planning for maternity leave, to setting up a day care center, to learning how life will be with a newborn baby, expectant mothers certainly have a lot in their heads, making it understandable that they can lose their keys or forget to call or two .

Vision changes
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Blurry sight? Fluid changes in the cornea can affect a mother’s vision, in which case her vision returns to normal after her baby is born. It is important that a pregnant woman’s doctor is aware of any visual changes, as some pregnancy complications may also affect vision.

Leaking breasts
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She might not expect it until after the pregnancy, but already in the second trimester her breasts make the first food for the baby: colostrum. It is normal for this nutritious milk to leak a little before babies arrive.

Carpal tunnel syndrome
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Increased swelling during pregnancy can cause carpal tunnel syndrome – squeezing a nerve in the wrist. This can cause pain, tingling and numbness in the fingers and the hand. It can also make it difficult to perform daily tasks such as buttoning a shirt.

Larger feet
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Sorry, but larger feet may not be due solely to pregnancy swelling. Approximately 60 to 70 percent of the women’s feet grow permanently during pregnancy, according to a study. Use it as an excuse to buy some nice new shoes.

headache
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A headache during pregnancy can be a sign of hunger, stress, dehydration, fatigue or caffeine withdrawal. Contact your doctor before taking anything – rest, food and water may be all that is needed to make you feel better – but many consider acetaminophen (Tylenol) as safe for pregnant women.

Dizziness
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Pregnant women may feel faint for various reasons – or may faint. These include low blood sugar levels, anemia and the pressure that the growing uterus exerts on its blood vessels. Dizziness is considered normal if it is not accompanied by abdominal pain, bleeding, blurred vision, headache or other strange symptoms.

Linea Nigra
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Hormones are probably the cause of the dark line that runs vertically through the middle of the belly of many pregnant women. The linea Nigra is Latin for “black line” – it can start a shadow or two darker than the skin tone of the woman and then gradually darken as the pregnancy progresses. It will eventually fade after the birth.

Stretch marks
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Stretch marks are small tears under the skin, caused by all that fast stretching happens when the belly of a pregnant woman expands. It can be genetics that determine whether a woman gets stretch marks – but most of them do! The bad news is that they never really disappear completely, but that they fade pretty well after the pregnancy.

Skin discoloration
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Pregnancy hormones can increase the melanin content, giving the skin its pigment. This can cause dark skin patches called melasma, the mask of pregnancy. Protecting the skin against the sun can help prevent melasma.

Weight gain
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It is clear that pregnant women must arrive! A woman’s doctor will advise her on the ideal amount of weight she can get – it can be somewhere between 11 and 40 pounds, depending on her BMI (body mass index) – and keeps tabs during pregnancy. By being healthy, mother and baby remain healthy and abnormal weight gain can be a sign of a pregnancy complication.

Heartburn
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These damned pregnancy hormones relax a lot of different body parts, including the valve that is intended to prevent the gastric acid from crawling up through the esophagus. The result is naturally uncomfortable stomach acid. Avoiding greasy and spicy food can prevent periods.

Braxton-Hicks Contractions
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Call it a warm-up for the big game. The contractions of Braxton-Hicks are not the same as labor contractions. They are tightening of the uterus that is irregular and rare; they can be so subtle that a woman may not even notice that she has them. Drinking plenty of water, getting enough rest and changing attitudes can help prevent or alleviate uncomfortable Braxton-Hicks.

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PUPPP
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PUPPP (pruritic urticarial papules and pregnancy plaques) is a rash of itchy, small red bumps that can appear on the stomach and spread to other parts of the body.

Spider veins
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Varicose veins – visible red blood vessels – may appear due to hormonal changes and the high amount of blood that passes through a woman’s body during pregnancy. Few blood disorders, varicose veins are considered harmless, although they are sometimes uncomfortable. Getting enough exercise and setting up her feet to promote blood circulation can help to get traffic moving again.

Varicose veins
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Not to be confused with varicose veins, varicose veins are swollen, painful and blue. They happen on the lower half of the body of a pregnant woman – usually legs and sometimes vulva, vagina and rectum (like hemorrhoids, sorry) – because of all the pressure that the uterus exerts there on the veins

Nail changes
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Some women report that their fingernails or toenails grow faster, become stronger or become more brittle during pregnancy. It just shows how unpredictable pregnancy really is!

Swollen ankles
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Women retain more fluid during pregnancy. That, in combination with the extra blood flow, can cause ankles to swell. Slight swelling is considered to be only an additional side effect of pregnancy, but if it is sudden or severe, it can be a sign of pre-eclampsia, a dangerous complication.

Excess gas
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Pregnant women should not be surprised if they become stingy than normal, because digestion can slow down and hormones can relax the muscles that would normally stop. In other words, future mothers will receive a marker in public.

snoring
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In the third trimester the trifecta of weight gain, swelling and stuffy nose can cause a woman to start snoring in her sleep. It is probably only a pregnancy thing that will disappear after delivery, but snoring can cause a few other problems, so it is important that everyone who sees logs informs the doctor.

Hip pain
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The human body is amazing! Hormones naturally relax the hip joints and ligaments to prepare for the birth of the baby. But that tremendous change can open up the possibility of hip discomfort, especially now that the mother-to-be’s womb is heavier and her posture has changed.

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