Maybe pregnant? Recognize the signals!Would you be pregnant? Are your children’s wishes fulfilled in a few months? Or is not a child in planning yet, does your body feel different from normal? Would you like to know soon if an accident happened? If you are pregnant, your body will soon release the necessary signals. Read more and learn to recognize them.
As soon as you get pregnant, everything happens in your body. Some pregnancy symptoms are loud and clear, some questions about alertness do you want to notice them. We put them in a row for you. In this blog post we distinguish between the period for your expected period and the following:
Symptoms before you have to become ill
The moment when a fertilization and an implantation of the fertilized egg takes place in your uterine wall, everything is done in your body. Some women get all the signals well. Other women less. However, business is good listening and watching.
Early signs of pregnancy
Internal bleeding. This spotting consists of a mild blood loss that is reddish, bright red or purple in color. Such bleeding takes place a day or eight after the eisprong and usually after two days.
Cramps Such a week before women actually have to menstruate, they sometimes suffer from painful cramps in their lower abdomen. This may be caused by the introduction of a fertilized egg cell;
A drop in basic body temperature. When you keep your body temperature with, for example, an ovulation test, you see that it drops slightly around the setting. During the leap, he rose a bit.
Classical symptoms of a pregnancy
Periods stop- The absence of your anxiety. This is the most reliable signal in a regular menstrual cycle
Less Energy -Difficulty. In the first few weeks of your pregnancy, you can be incredibly tired. This is probably due to the increased level of the hormone progesterone in your body.
Change in your breasts- In the beginning of your pregnancy, your breasts may become bigger and more sensitive. Sometimes your nipples darken and the veins on your breasts become more visible.
Nausea -between the 2nd and8th week of your pregnancy you may suffer from nausea and vomiting. These symptoms are called ‘morning sickness‘, but may occur 24 hours a day. Around half of all pregnant women experience vomiting, and more than 80% of women (80 out of 100) experience nausea in the first 12 weeks.
More peeing-From the 6th to the 8th week after fertilization, you have to pee more often. Also at night. Some pregnant women lose a little urine when sneezing, coughing or laughing
Stress and mood swings.-At the beginning of your pregnancy, your mood can be reversed very quickly. Sometimes you even have to cry without knowing why. Probably this occurs because the hormone levels in your body have changed
Taste buds change-Food tastes different. Some women suddenly have no more drink in certain foods or drinks. Coffee for example. Or fast food. Some suddenly get into things that they never otherwise take.