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Pregnant, no pregnancy, no? doubt that’s ever occurred to you as a woman. Whether intended or not, the early symptoms of pregnancy is always hard to know with certainty. How does the sign – and the signs of pregnancy? All will be discussed below.

Estimates that pregnancy has occurred, emerged this month when you are not getting your period. However, up to six days missed period is usually not able to describe what you are actually pregnant. Menstruation is not always on time. So, it may come too late in the absence of pregnancy.

Pregnancy tests (that you will get at the pharmacy) detects a hormone produced in the event of pregnancy. This hormone is still low levels in the early stages of pregnancy and increases with time. Therefore, even though these products are always excellent sensitivity, a more definitive results would be obtained if the pregnancy had lasted longer. If the pregnancy test is negative and your period has not come up, try again a week later.

If you suspect that you are pregnant, be sure to visit the nearest doctor or midwife. Remember your first day of your last menstrual period (LMP). With the guidance of this date, the doctor will estimate the gestational age at delivery and when the next forecast.

Signs of pregnancy can also be seen from the physical changes. Among some of the most common symptoms encountered are as follows:

  • Breasts feel bigger, fuller, supple and soft.
  • Approximately 10 days after a missed period or week-6, small lumps in the breast, called Montgomery glands, will appear in the area near the little dark-colored nipple (areola).
  • The blood vessels in the breast will also be more visible than usual.
  • In the first weeks of pregnancy, you will also be more frequent urination, not only during the day but the night. More tired and sometimes accompanied by headaches.
  • Nausea and vomiting are fairly common. This phenomenon is commonly referred to as “morning sickness” and generally appear in the second month of pregnancy. Although the name “morning sickness” symptoms occur not only early days but may be throughout the day.
  • Movements occur in infants, known as “feeling life”. This situation began to occur between the fourth and fifth months of pregnancy.
  • In the last months of pregnancy, enlarged abdomen look more real.

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