Answer: Every pregnancy is different and not all the woman have all the symptoms. Similarly, the time when they experience the symptoms also varies. Some women get it within 2 weeks of conception and some women don’t feel anything till the first month of pregnancy is over. (except obviously missed period) Shortness of Breath The growing baby and placenta is taking up almost all the nutrients, water, air etc. from your body which cause breath less ness. Sore Breasts Do you feel like an urge to just remove your bra due to extra sensitivity of your breast. This is because of an increase in HCG and progesterone, which can increase blood volume and hence soreness of breasts. Fatigue Tiredness is something which most women report during the first trimester and third trimester. Feeling lethargic is completely normal as most of your energy is taken up to protect the baby and also help create a safe environment for him for the next 9 months. Nausea Nausea peaks in as soon as HCG kicks in and increases in line with HCG. HCG has very important functions and is responsible for maintaining the level of hormones and also provide baby with nutrients till the placenta takes over (by the end of first trimester) Frequent Urination Do you have this sudden urge to pee even for the smallest of water you take in? This is because the baby and new amniotic sac puts pressure on the bladder and the body doesn’t have enough space for the baby now. Cramping Implantation Cramping occurs when the fetus attaches itself to the walls of the uterus. This could also result in some bleeding. Keep in mind that severe bleeding and cramping are not NORMAL and should be taken seriously. Cravings or Food Aversions Sudden aversions from at just a mere sight of certain foods and becoming very picky about what you want to eat, your body might want to tell you something. Constipation and Bloating Progesterone not only causes your ligaments to loosen but can also interfere with your digestive muscles, either slowing it down or causing it to speed up. The former is more common in woman and something which goes on during whole pregnancy. Mood Swings The hormonal surge can cause intense mood swings as your brain’s chemical structure gets played with a lot. Mood swings generally go away by the start of first trimester and first half of third trimester. It increases by the end of pregnancy because of the hormonal changes,that are responsible to prepare the body for labor.
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