Women carrying a baby in their womb for nine months are the most respected ones and should always be considered as the most powerful women. Because the painful time they go through can not be imagined by anyone else.
But, if you are doubtful of getting pregnant and this is your first time, just go through these five signs and get to know it beforehand at the very first or second week of pregnancy.
Are you missing your periods?
Missing your periods is one of the most initial signs of pregnancy. Although you can’t always guess the lack of menstruation is only due to pregnancy.
Immediate bleeding after conceiving
Most of the women experience light bleeding after one or two weeks of conceiving. Because, as the unfertilized egg embeds in the womb, it comes out through the uterine lining and thus causes bleeding.
Are you facing the problem of brea*st enlargement? And your nipples are getting darker with the increased size and more sensitive, then you are going to get some good news soon. Yes dear, you are pregnant.
As soon as you wake up in the morning, the World around you starts revolving, and immediately you feel like vomiting. Not to worry ladies, go and consult any trusted Gynaecologist, you may get the news of the pregnancy.
Uneasiness / Fatigue
You may know fatigue is a common symptom during pregnancy. Some women may feel exhausted and some may hardly feel tired at all. Nine months of pregnancy is very much tiring and it requires a lot of energy to be fit and healthy in those tough times. If you are going through a lot of tiredness, then you need a checkup. This might lead to a good news incoming your way.
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