10 common symptoms among pregnant

These signs are the most common among women.

Do you feel being pregnant? Following are some common symptoms in women:

1. Rejection of certain foods

When you’re pregnant, you might find yourself turning up your nose at certain foods. Food
cravings are common, too. Like most other symptoms of pregnancy, these food preferences can be
chalked up to hormonal changes.

2. Mood

It is normal to have mood swings during pregnancy. In part this is due to hormonal changes that
the body goes through affects the level of neurotransmitters (chemical messengers in the

3. Abdominal swelling

Hormonal changes that occur in early pregnancy may leave you feeling bloated, as sometimes
happens shortly before the arrival of your period.

4. Frequent urination

Shortly after becoming pregnant can you spend the day running to the bathroom. This is because
during pregnancy increases the amount of blood and other fluids that circulate in your body,
which means that your kidneys are working more and more fluids are collecting in your bladder.

5. Fatigue

We do not know specifically what the cause of the typical early pregnancy fatigue, but it is
possible that sleepiness due to the rapid increase in levels of the hormone progesterone.

6. Tender, swollen breasts
One of the first signs of pregnancy is swollen and tender breasts, caused by increased hormone
levels. This sensitivity or pain can be like an exaggerated version of what you feel before
your periods. From the first quarter this discomfort will diminish significantly, as your body
adjusts to the hormonal changes.

7. Nausea
Some women start to feel sick one month after conception, approximately. But some women are
beginning to feel the discomfort a little earlier. Nausea and vomiting typical of pregnancy can
occur at any time of day: morning, afternoon or evening.

8. Delayed menstruation
If your menstrual cycle is usually pretty regular and suddenly your period is late, you’ll
probably do a pregnancy test long before you start to have any of the above symptoms.

9. Your basal body temperature stays high
If you regularly write down your basal body temperature (your temperature upon waking) and
notes that this remains elevated for 18 days in a row, chances are you are pregnant.

10. The evidence: positive pregnancy test result

Whatever he says on the box, many home pregnancy tests are unable to detect most pregnancies
until about a week after the delay period. So, if you decide to get tested before that date,
and the result is negative, give you the test again a few days later.