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Pregnancy is the time during which one or more foetus develops in the womb of a woman. It occurs when a sperm fertilizes an egg after it is released from the ovary during ovulation.The fertilized egg travels down into the uterus, where implantation occurs. A full term pregnancy lasts 40 weeks

 

Early pregnancy symptom

1 Implantation bleeding

2 Missed period

3 Temperature

4 Fatigue

5 increased heart rate

6 Breast changes

7 Mood swings

8 Frequent urination

9 Bloating

10 Morning sickness

11 High blood pressure

12 Smell sensitivity

13 Weight gain

14 Heartburn

15 Pregnancy glow

1 Implantation bleeding

This occurs 10 to 14 days after conception. A small amount of light spotting or blood is seen, it happens when the fertilized egg attached to the lining of the uterus.

2 Missed period

This is one of the first signs of Pregnancy. The best time to take a Pregnancy test is from the day that the period is missed,The fastest and easiest way to find out if Pregnancy is the cause of your missed period is to take an at the home Pregnancy test.These detect the HCG ( Human Chlorine Gonadotropin) released during Pregnancy in your urine.

 

3 Temperature

  Higher body temperature may also be a sign of Pregnancy. During this time,make sure you drink more water to avoid dehydration.

4 Fatigue

This develops anytime during Pregnancy .You may feel exhausted and sleepy because your progesterone level is high. Always make an effort to rest when you are tired.

 

5 Increased heart rate

Increased blood flow due to the foetus,your heart may begin pumping faster and harder that sometimes you experience breathlessness when you talk,exercise or engage in activities that will trigger your heartbeat. Limit most activities you do now and always rest when you feel exhausted.

 

6 Breast changes

Your breasts may become tender and swollen,this is due to the hormones which make your breast grow. For many women the areolas circles around nipples begin to widen and darken as the body prepares itself for breastfeeding.

 

7 Mood swings

You become either emotional or reactive than usual. It may cause feelings of anxiety, depression and irritability

 

8 Frequent urination

Your kidney process more fluid than usual,this is because your body increases the amount of blood it pumps and your uterus directly presses your bladder.You may find yourself visiting the bathroom more often now.

 

9 Bloating

You may feel constipated more often now and this slows your digestive system which is the cause of abdominal bloating.

 

10 Morning sickness

This occurs anytime during the day or night,constant nausea and vomiting because you find it hard to keep food or fluids down. Always stay hydrated by drinking lots of water and also talk to your doctor for better options.

 

11 High blood pressure

High or Normal blood pressure will drop in the early stages of Pregnancy. This may cause dizziness because your blood vessels are dilated. Your first visit to the hospital,the doctor will take your blood pressure to establish a monitor for normal blood pressure reading.

 

12 Smell sensitivity

Smell sensitivity may trigger nausea and vomiting. Pregnant women have a heightened sense of smell during pregnancy and it may cause a strong distaste for certain food.

 

13 Weight gain

You may find yourself gaining weight in the first months of Pregnancy . You will have cravings for foods you didn't have a liking for and will eat more often now.

 

14 Heartburn

Hormones can cause the valve between your stomach and allow stomach acid to leak causing heartburn. Make sure you sit upright for at least an hour to allow your food to digest,you can also talk to your doctor about antacids that will be safe for you and the baby.

 

15 Pregnancy glow

The combination of increased blood and higher hormones level pushes more blood through your vessels. This causes the body oil glands to work overtime,this increased activity of your body oil glands gives your skin a flushed, glossy appearance.

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