Pregnancy: Signs and Confirmation

Symptoms of pregnancy and confirming through a test


MAR 13

Women who are not actively trying to get pregnant are taken by surprise when they do get pregnant. Which is why it's important to pay attention to the changes that happen in your body.


Missing your period is the classic symptom of pregnancy. Sometimes, missing periods also means health issues like PCOS and uterine fibroids. Consult a gynecologist.


The increased hormone levels in your body will cause vomiting, also known as morning sickness.


If your breasts feel tender, swollen or fuller, it might be because you're pregnant and your body is getting ready for lactation. These are the first noticeable changes.


There may be bleeding or spotting during implantation. Consult a doctor or get a home pregnancy test.


Headaches, heartburn and constipation are common symptoms of early pregnancy caused by changes in hormones.


Acne outbreaks in women is common during pregnancy due to increased hormone levels. This can make skin oily leading to clogged pores and acne.


Weight gain is a way for the body to prepare for the pregnancy. If you gain weight for no reason to gain it, get a test.


Back pain and hip pain  are caused by weight gain and expanding of the uterus to accommodate the growing fetus.


If you suspect you are pregnant due to any of the mentioned symptoms, the best way to confirm is taking a pregnancy test.  All you need to do is pee on the stick and wait for the result.


You can go to a doctor and ask them to administer the test, if you still have any fears.


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