Top 10 Early & Important Pregnancy Symptoms Before You Miss Your Periods

Top 10 Early & Important Pregnancy Symptoms Before You Miss Your Periods

 

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Are you interested in having a baby soon and hoping for the day when you will miss your period to confirm that you are pregnant? In that case, you are in luck, because you no longer have to wait till that time. There are several other symptoms as well which makes it easy to understand that you are pregnant. This article provides a list of 10 early symptoms of pregnancy that you are likely to notice before missing your periods.


1 Hormonal Changes

If you are pregnant, some changes will be occurring not only in your body but also in your mind. This is because estrogen and progesterone hormone level fluctuates a lot during this time. Menstrual bleeding will come to a halt due to increase in progesterone levels. This also helps prepare the body for the coming baby and is a definite sign of pregnancy.

2 Nausea

Often, nausea signifies that your digestive system isn't in proper health mainly due to your unhealthy eating habits. However, morning sickness, or nausea, is often found in pregnant women. The increase in hormonal levels affects the digestion which in turn leads to vomiting. Hence, if you are experiencing this symptom, don't just think that your digestive system is unhealthy; you need to consult a doctor as soon as possible.



3 Milky White Discharge

During pregnancy, thickening of the vaginal wall occurs, which increases cells growth, resulting in a milky white discharge from the vagina. This is an early sign of pregnancy, and you should consult a doctor immediately.

4 Tender Breasts

Breastfeeding is an integral part of childcare, and during pregnancy, the body prepares itself to provide the baby with all nutrients. As a result, your breasts might feel tender which is the result of the various changes in hormone levels. Your breasts might also start increasing in size during this time.

5 Cramps

Cramps in the pelvic area are common during pregnancy, and should not be neglected.

6 Low Appetite

Low appetite is a side effect of nausea, but cravings for sugary items as well as sour items will increase. Gradually towards the later stages of your pregnancy, your appetite will return to its initial state.

7 Frequent Urination

The uterus wall expands during pregnancy to allow the child to develop, hence your capacity to store urine decreases, resulting in frequent urination. This is a definite sign of gestation, especially if you find that your water intake has drastically reduced as well.

8 Tired


Since the body is preparing itself for the baby, it puts immense pressure making you feel tired all the time. Hence it's essential that you rest properly and in the case of any problems don't hesitate to consult a doctor.

9 Constipation

Constipation is quite common during pregnancy due to the lower effectiveness of the digestive system, hence dont neglect it.

10 Cravings

You will find that you are having cravings for sour and sweet food items. Some of these cravings might be so strong, that you might have to wake up at night to eat something. 

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